PREMIER AUCTIONS : Hedgebound of Cape Cod

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2 Holsberry Rd.
Truro, MA

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Sold for $1.9 million.
Hedgebound of Cape Cod, a Greek Revival-style home in Truro, MA, was purchased by John and Anna Endicott, of Los Angeles for $1.9 million. The sale included the home and a carriage house that sellers Skip and Lynda Dickerson had transformed into an office and exercise area. Hedgebound consists of 3.25+/- acres and is a short stroll from the Cape Cod shoreline.

Luxury home set on 3.25+/- landscaped acres, a short stroll from the Cape Cod shoreline


Before you even set foot inside this historic seven-bedroom Greek Revival style home, you’ll realize you’re in a special place. Its extensive gardens and meticulous landscaping include circulating water, stone walls, rock gardens, and lovely walking trails among such native vegetation as pitch pines, wild blueberries and beach plum, with endless ornamentals such as roses, holly, forsythia and scores of other species.

What’s even more amazing is the location, where an evening walk to the shoreline can be part of every day’s ritual.

•Formal dining room
•Sitting area with fireplace
•Located near Pamet Harbor, Fisher Beach on the Bay and Ballston Beach
•Minutes from Provincetown and Wellfleet
•Extensive use of unique materials such as antique brick, reclaimed oak flooring, and old barn beams
•Large kitchen with hand-built cabinets, soapstone counter, pantry, 6-burner gas Viking stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator and 2 dishwashers
•Exterior and interior trim and wainscoting designed to match Greek Revival Style
•Elegant Master Suite with double sinks, open double shower, heated mirrors, skylights, and motorized awning windows

Carriage House
•Two-car garage
•Office on ground floor with separate entrance
•Full bath on first floor with steam shower
•Two-bedroom apartment, with full bath, kitchen and refrigerator
•Careful use of wood to preserve historic look

A historical treasure

The original house and Carriage House are believed to have been built in the mid-1800s, and the estate has been designated by the Truro Historic Review Board as a historically significant property.


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