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Take a look inside this $15.9 million waterfront compound on Cape Cod

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Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Boston’s Wicked Craft, are selling 18 acres of land in Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and tennis courts. JFWPhotography

This is one of the latest additions to Collection of luxury properties With amazing list prices and exquisite amenities for sale in a beachside community in Massachusetts.

The compound is located on a private peninsula in Red Brook Harbour, Cataumet and is described as follows: in the list As “the one and only trophy estate that offers the best resort style living”.

The property, located at 178-180 Scraggy Neck Rd., went on the market in September. Listings are managed by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Robert Paul Properties.

Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Boston’s Wicked Craft, are selling 18 acres of land in Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and tennis courts. JFWPhotography
Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Boston’s Wicked Craft, are selling 18 acres of land in Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and tennis courts. JFWPhotography

With views overlooking the water, the main house offers over 9,500 square feet of space with five bedrooms. The master bedroom has panoramic views, two large walk-in closets, a wraparound terrace and a private bathroom.

Meanwhile, the property’s separate, approximately 3,400-square-foot guest house According to the listing, it contains 3 bedrooms.

The Bissons purchased the property for $7 million in 2007. wall street journal report. When the couple first stumbled upon the Peninsula, they were full-time residents of the Boston suburb, but were looking for a summer home that offered both “plenty of land and privacy.”

They demolished and rebuilt both houses that were originally there.The boathouse was also rebuilt, and the tennis courts Refurbished.

Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Wicked Craft in Boston, are selling an 18-acre property that includes both a private beach and tennis courts in Red Brook Harbor. JFWPhotography
Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Boston’s Wicked Craft, are selling 18 acres of land in Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and tennis courts. JFWPhotography

From its location in the village of Cataumet, part of Bourne, prospective owners can take boats directly across the harbor to Martha’s Vineyard or Provincetown. The property also has access to several sandy beaches and features a “substantial deepwater dock,” according to the listing.

Other amenities include a gym, sauna, steam showers, locker rooms, kitchen with built-in breakfast banquet and butler’s pantry. The top floor features an observation deck and lounge with panoramic views and a full wet bar.

Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Boston’s Wicked Craft, are selling 18 acres of land in Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and tennis courts. JFWPhotography
Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Boston’s Wicked Craft, are selling 18 acres of land in Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and tennis courts. JFWPhotography

The Bison family moved from the suburbs to the Cape in 2019, living on the Cape year-round, but are now looking to sell their waterfront property after returning to the Boston area for work, the WSJ reports. Stephen is a commercial real estate investor, with the couple who own his Wicked Craft in the North End.

Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Wicked Craft in Boston, are selling an 18-acre property that includes both a private beach and tennis courts in Red Brook Harbor. JFWPhotography

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