North Falmouth Real Estate
The village of North Falmouth is rich in history and known for its breathtakingly beautiful sandy beaches, bike path and local amenities. The Bourne Bridge or Main Street Falmouth are a 12 minute drive, Mashpee Commons is 15 minutes away and Woods Hole is a 17 minute drive. The most popular town beach is Old Silver, known around the world for its powder soft sand. This beach has sticker and pay-per-day parking. Every home within a mile of this beach has strong seasonal rental potential which makes this a great income property area. Megansett Beach is smaller in size but has great amenities with the boat launch, town docks, swim and Megansett Yacht Club across the street.
North Falmouth is also very popular with the biking community! Residents can bike around the village with ease and the Sea to Shining Sea Bike Path begins in North Falmouth and runs 11.2 miles along old railroad beds to Woods Hole. There is a large parking lot on the side of the bike path for parking which can fill up quickly in the summer. There are also several bike rental shops to choose from, and great local shops nearby to pick up a cold drink!
There are a plethora of neighborhood associations, each with their own distinct character and benefits. Wild Harbor Estates, New Silver Beach, Old Silver Beach Estates and Village, Fiddlers Cove, Seascape, Summerwind, Old Silver Hills, North Hill and Nyes Neck are just a few of the Association neighborhoods. Many of these neighborhoods come with private association beaches, tennis courts and community gatherings. Fiddlers Cove Marina offers boaters a place to gas up and head out on the water for adventures fishing, dockside dining, tubing or lounging on a beautiful summer day. The North Falmouth Village Association meets in the town center across from the Wild Harbor General Store, right down the street from the North Falmouth Congregational Church, the prized North Falmouth Elementary School and North Falmouth Library at Nyes Park with town ballfield, tennis courts and playground.
Walk or bike to the local Yoga Collaborative, explore the bike path, and stop in for ice cream at Holy Cow. Head out for dinner with the family to the infamous Silver Lounge, Bucatino or Epic Oyster. Stop into the Cheese Shop for incredible delicacies, or run by your local farmstand to pick up some fresh vegetables. Little Kids Child Care Center has a great reputation and the YMCA has a child care center at the Congregational Church as well as offering summer camp, before and after care programs for school age kids. The activities for all ages are plentiful and entertainment limitless. Relax and enjoy the beauty of this historic village year-round as each season brings a new look and feel to this quaint little village with a big reputation for family fun and an enjoyable retirement experience.
The median sale price in North Falmouth is $520,000. Homes are listed and sold relatively consistently throughout the year. In 2018 there were 108 homes actively for sale throughout the year. As of early March 2019 only 19 homes are listed for sale, ranging from $329,000-$4,399,999.
Rand Atlantic Cape Cod Realty specializes in buying and selling North Falmouth real estate. Contact us today to find out how our team of experts can help you in your next purchase or sale.