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Picturesque New England Colonial in the heart of Historic Sandwich Town Hall Square overlooking Shawme Pond ~ what could be more magical! This elegant home was built 1740 by John Dillingham. The current owners have made many updates in the past twenty years yet retained the beautiful woodwork, built-ins, hardware, wood floors. Formal living and dining rooms with water views. The kitchen wing features cherry cabinets, ss appliances, soapstone counter tops, wood floors with radiant heat, gas fireplace and butler's pantry. The family room boasts a center fireplace and access to the pergola covered brick patio. A first floor bedroom with private bath and home office. Two staircases lead to three bedrooms up, two full baths, walk up attic. One of the most photographed properties on Cape Cod.

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Listed by Beverly A. Comeau of Kinlin Grover Real Estate

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