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Rare offering in this iconic Bauhaus style midcentury modern cottage overlooking Wellfleet Harbor. Designed and built in 1948 by architects Nathaniel Saltonstall and Oliver P. Morton and lovingly cared for by one family for almost 6 decades. With sliding glass doors and many windows, this home is in keeping with the mid-century modern intent to have an ''open relationship'' between the home and the natural setting.You will find plenty of period charm in this 2 bedroom, 2 full bath cottage which is being sold Turn Key minus art and personal items. A peaceful throwback of times gone by.....in a modern-day time when this is most desired. Please note: the photos reflect 1 half of this cottage and there are 2 fireplaces.

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Listed by Karen L Arnold of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

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