This Rockport bungalow offers splendid views of nearby Pigeon Cove, a still-active harbor for lobsterman in this North Shore community. Enjoy the views from the home’s wraparound porch, while inside you can find recessed lighting, original fir flooring,an exposed wood beam, and a galley kitchen (you were expecting something else?)
The home has three bedrooms, two full baths, over 1,100 square feet of living space and is listed at $799,000.
Listing broker William Rochford of By the Sea Sotheby’s International Realty in Beverly has scheduled an open house from noon to 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 6.
The front of the home also has five parking spaces.
The home is within walking distance of the Cape Ann Tool Co., a local landmark beloved by photographers. It is also located closet to Halibut Point Park.
One of the recent updates to the home is a gigantic exposed wooden support beam that echoes the structure of a clipper ship.
Enjoy exceptional water views of the ocean from the home’s wraparound porch.
A fully operational harbor — still used by local lobstermen — is visible from the home.
The downstairs open floor plan has a dining room and a living room and a fireplaces with a brick mantel.
The dining room area is surrounded by windows with views of the ocean.
The dining room’s windows invite plenty of light into the home.
The home has many interesting details.
The galley kitchen has granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and a counter that also works in the dining area.
The original fir flooring is still intact. The stairs lead to the second floor which hosts a very bright room.
There is a large, sunny room with a sloped ceiling and two large skylights on the second floor. One of the home’s full baths is located on this floor. Outside is a Juliet balcony large enough for chairs and a small table.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor of the house. The larger one is in the rear of the house and has views of Pigeon Cove.
The home offers exceptional water views from wrap around porch.
The house sits on a 5,787-square-foot lot that stops a few feet short of the shoreline
The deck has some shielding during wet weather days from an overhanging roof which lines the rear of the home. The nearby harbor stretches toward Stratsmouth Island.