This beautiful waterfront estate is located at 237 Seapuit Road in Osterville, MA and sits on an 11.2 acre lot that overlooks North Bay. The architect was Doreve Nicholaeff. The 22-room shingle style home was built in 2007 and boasts 11,500 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, library with custom built-ins, elevator, lower level recreational room, home theater, swimming pool, 4 private balconies, a boat dock, and much more. It is listed at $13,500,000.


  • Grrrowler

    I’m a sucker for a shingle house and a waterfront house in MA is the perfect shingle house. This house is timeless, classic, tasteful, and comfortable looking. I really like this house.


  • EastCoastMansions

    I saw this home on the market a few months ago. I have the floor plan on my laptop and I like the layout for the most part, but there are a few things that I did not like or that were a bit odd:

    1) I think that the bathroom in the first master bedroom (there are 3 master suites) seems somewhat small
    2) In the bathrooms of the other 2 master suites, the builder just used plain white tile instead of a more high end material (like granite, marble, or even onyx) that one might expect to find in such an expensive home
    3) This might just be me, but I find it odd that the formal living areas are not separated from the casual living areas at all really; the casual family room is open to the formal dining and living rooms
    4) The floor plan shows that the basement was supposed to have a home theater with tiered seating and a projection screen, but the theater room was built as just a regular room and it looks as if the builder just wanted to finish the basement quickly and did not spend much time with the basement’s interior design

    Other than that, I believe that this is a wonderful home and it is in a great location. The lot itself is amazing and has 1,412 feet of water frontage. And the home is less than 10 minutes from my uncle’s fantastic waterfront home, which is a plus for me.

    This home was originally listed at $16,500,000 (back in the middle of 2008, I believe), but the price was reduced to $13,500,000, which is the current price. Although, I think that this home will still go for much less than the asking price.

    Also, a correction – there are actually 7 total balconies.


  • Barry

    EastCoastMansions…you said in your comment that you have the floorplans on your desktop. Could you tell me where to get a copy of the floorplans for this house? I would like to see them. Thank you.