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An 18-Acre Waterfront Compound on Cape Cod Asks $15.995 Million

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The waterfront complex, which spans approximately 18 acres on Cape Cod, is asking for $15.995 million.

Located on a peninsula in Red Brook Harbor, the property includes two homes, a boat house, a dock, tennis courts and a private beach, says Marybeth, who owns the property with her husband Stephen Bisson. Bison said. The couple purchased the property in 2007 for $7 million, according to public records.

Mr. Bisson founded Constar International, an electrical contractor, which he sold in 2000. When Bissons first stumbled upon the peninsula, they lived outside Boston full-time and were looking for a summer home with plenty of land and privacy. “There are two beautiful stone pillars at the edge of the property. As he passed between them, he turned to Steve and said, ‘I got goosebumps,'” Bison said.

The couple demolished and rebuilt both houses on the property. The main house now has five bedrooms on approximately 9,000 square feet, and the three-bedroom guest house is approximately 3,400 square feet. We also rebuilt the boathouse and renovated the tennis courts.


The waterfront property has indoor and outdoor swimming pools. JFW (4)

Bison said he designed the main house with large glass windows to take advantage of the ocean views. The house has his two pools, indoor and outdoor. There is also an elevator, games room with bar, gym with sauna and steam shower. The beach is at the far end of the peninsula, with warehouses nearby.

The dock is about 20 feet long, and Bisson said his family enjoyed using the facility for boating to places like Bassett Island and Martha’s Vineyard.

The property has a private sandy beach.



The Bissons spent their summers at the property with their children before selling their Boston-area home in 2019 and moving to the Cape full-time. Bison said he made the decision to sell because he was back in the Boston area on business.

Mr. Bisson is now a commercial real estate investor, and Bisson owns a restaurant in Boston called Wicked Craft.

Paul Glover, listing agent for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services’ Robert Paul Properties, said the slowdown in luxury property sales nationwide has not affected Cape Cod. Earlier this month, his team sold about six acres of land in the Cape for $18.5 million, he said.

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