This charming shingle style estate is located at 122 Pinquickset Cove Circle in Cotuit, MA. Built in 2008, this roughly 8,000 square foot home boasts 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and is situated on over 7.5 acres of land. It is listed at $12,500,000.

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A Work of Art is the only way to describe this masterpiece designed by the renowned Fritz Kreiger. Three years in the making this property exudes warmth and charm with a mix of old world style and distinctive design. Every room in the house features an exceptional chandelier mostly imported from Paris. The master bedroom is magnificent with glass etched doors reminiscent of Lalique styling. The kitchen features a professional eight burner Parisian stove and a two story breakfast area with a dramatic wall of whitewashed Boston brick. The views are outstanding and each looks like a framed work of art. The home is being sold fully furnished with the finest collection of antiques and appointments. The guest house features a turret with an outstanding circular staircase. Don’t miss this treasure on over 7 acres of waterfront privacy. Smart House.

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  • Daniel

    The house seems very feminine. Looks like something Martha Stewart would adore. I do like the wooden bedroom with the curved ceiling…I would need to call the local Salvation Army however and have them take those ghastly and misplaced sofas. A bench in front of the bed or a sitting area next to the window, but for god’s sake not a sitting area in front of the bed.




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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like the outside of this house but the inside…I just don’t know. Whoever did the interior details decided to take what should have been a simple but highly detailed interior and make it way too fancy. Those Ionic columns have no stylistic connection to anything. The brick walls in the interesting but also don’t seem to fit. What are there brick walls in a shingle house?

    The only room I really like is the bedroom with the exposed trusses. Looking closer that appears to be a guest house or space above the garage since there’s a kitchen visible on the back wall.




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    • Daniel

      Hey Grrrowler,

      I know this had nothing to do with this post, but I remember you said you liked Casa Nana. It has been re-listed, price upon request :/

      http://www.lindaagary.com/view_home.php?propertyid=352




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      • Grrrowler

        Oy…now I’m channeling Veruca Salt: I want it now!!!! I don’t love all the soft furnishings but the rest is to die for.

        I’ll find out the price on it and let you know if you’re interested. I do know that taxes for 2009 were $480,942 (not a typo).




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        • Daniel

          A bargain compared to the $1,085,382 had to shell out the same year for Casa Apava (1300 S Ocean) or the $1,030,107 bill for the former Kimmel property (1236 S. Ocean). Or the former Gosman/Trump monstrosity Maison De L’Amitie or however you spell it ($1,431,693).

          Worst is Nelson Peltz next door to Maison…$1,444,440 for the main house, and $116,709 + $307,837 for the guest house (which for some reason is split into two on the property appraiser) for a grand total of: $1,868,986 in 2009.

          Like I said, Casa Nana was a bargain 😉




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  • Tommy Dunaway

    To get $12.5 M there must be $12 M buried in the basement.




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