Plymouth Oceanfront Homes For Sale
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Oceanfront Homes For Sale in Plymouth MA
Plymouth, Massachusetts makes up the entire western shore of Cape Cod Bay on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. As such, one of the most desirable types of home in the area is oceanfront homes featuring sweeping views out over the water. Some of the most luxurious homes in Plymouth are located along the Atlantic, while historic cottages and cozy bungalows line the shoreline.
Plymouth's oceanfront communities feature properties for sale of all types–some priced high, some more moderate, but all worth taking a look at if you're interested in purchasing waterfront real estate. The most popular Plymouth waterfront neighborhoods are:
White Horse Beach: This small neighborhood south of Plymouth features a collection of homes that enjoy spectacular views across the water. Single-family, contemporary homes at White Horst Beach offer 3 or 4 bedrooms plus an office/den and range between 2,000 to 3,700 square feet. Property values in White Horse Beach average about $1 million.
Long Beach: A favorite Plymouth neighborhood for those who love the water, Long Beach is a peninsula situated between Plymouth Bay and Plymouth Harbor. With spectacular views on all sides and access to Long Beach, this luxury community is home to large, upscale homes between 4,000-8,000 square feet. These homes single-family homes are priced anywhere from the high $300,000s to more than $1 million.
Manomet Beach: This quiet, upscale community features a remarkable collection of older beach homes. Most of the real estate in this neighborhood was built in the 1960s and 1970s. The majority of these homes are detached, single-family homes, although there are a few small apartment buildings found along the waterfront. Manomet Beach isn't a main tourist destination in Plymouth, so the oceanfront is rarely crowded by anyone other than local residents. This is perfect for those who want a beachfront lifestyle without the hassle of a constant stream of visitors encroaching on your property.
Plymouth is also home to plenty of lovely neighborhoods that are not waterfront but still provide great access to the ocean and other waterfront amenities.