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Little Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA (For Sale)

This is a 570 sq. ft. beach cottage on a half acre lot located in Plymouth, MA.


It is listed for sale on Estately for $699,000.

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Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA (For Sale)

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Photos via Estately

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA


Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Beach Plum Cottage in Plymouth, MA

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • Plymouth, MA
  • 2 beds
  • 1 bathroom
  • 570 sq. ft.
  • 1/2 acre lot
  • Built in 1930
  • Beachfront
  • Private beach access
  • Solar for electricity
  • Sleeps 6
  • Listed at $699,000 ( as of 11/10/17)

Quote

Nestled in the dunes of Long Beach smack-dab in the middle of Plymouth Harbor and Massachusetts Bay, there are 360 degree views and water access on both sides of this unique double lot that includes private beach access, two driveways and enough parking for visitors.1

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  • jb November 14, 2017, 8:36 am

    Another water front tiny house that looks OK; but at that kind of money; it totally defeats the tiny house lifestyle of living small to live better. Not even that nice either! Not a secret that the value is in the land. So why show this home on tiny house for sale?

  • James D. November 14, 2017, 3:25 pm

    The range of people looking for alternatives isn’t limited to just those who are primarily looking for something really low cost but also access to options and ways of life that they may otherwise not have easy access to.

    Even people who can normally afford a big house can still find themselves unable to afford something like a property with private beach access, as those sort of properties usually run into the millions.

    Mind, one of the things that attracts people to living tiny is the ability to live a life that allows them to appreciate nature and live a life that can bring them happiness.

    Some places also don’t even let you build anything new by the water and you are limited to grandfathered in properties that were built before the new regulations.

    So while still a high price, it’s lower than many of the alternatives and provides a way of life that can be hard to achieve these days for people even with plenty of money.

    Mind, living a better life includes how you live that life and not just what you live in.

    While living in a small to tiny house is still a more minimalistic way of life, regardless of the entry cost…

    Regardless of the type of house, there will always be options that won’t be for everyone but the movement is as much about having the freedom to live the way you want as it is about living a more efficient life.

  • gmh November 14, 2017, 4:35 pm

    I don’t mind seeing options on both ends of the financial spectrum and everything in between.
    It’s not like anyone is forcing me to buy something expensive and it helps me get a feel for the local economy (and sometimes a good laugh…)
    What makes me wonder about this house is the location. It’s basically built on a sandbar. Great views of nature, but what about nature’s great forces? Wind, waves, erosion…
    I guess if it is built properly, you might end up with a $699,000 boat!

  • Tom Osterdock November 14, 2017, 4:36 pm

    It is nice and would have to make some changes but I definitely would only pay about 500,000 less for it.

    • Rick C November 14, 2017, 5:09 pm

      And you could probably get away with that, if it were far away from the water. 🙂 You’d probably be so far away you’d be in Lowell.

  • Patti H. November 14, 2017, 5:29 pm

    Seriously? $699,000 for this? I live in California and even here that price would be a stretch for what we are looking at.

  • Jaime November 15, 2017, 12:50 pm

    Well, I don’t really care what the thing costs… It’s a quaint little house, but there’s no way you’re gonna get a decent garden in that soil… and more to the point, at the rate things are going, you’ll be lucky to even HAVE any soil in another ten or twenty years.

    gmh is right – that thing’s built on a glorified sand bar – and given sea level rise and the increasing violence of ocean born storms, I’m thinking I’ll give it a miss.

    On the other hand, if you wait long enough, these places will get a lot cheaper. ^_-

  • Susanne November 23, 2017, 1:54 pm

    Two words – global warming

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