This is one of the most spectacular harborfront properties in New England. The site alone is incomparable: a four-acre elevated peninsula with panoramic views of Quissett Harbor and beyond to Buzzards Bay as well as a deep-water dock with a large float suitable for a large yacht and a small sandy beach. The house was built ca. 1908 in an eclectic Cape Cod style with almost 12,000 square feet of living space featuring covered porches, balconies, gambrel roofs with cedar shingles, turrets, and multiple dormers. Inside the spaces are well proportioned with high ceilings, detailed moldings and wainscotting, large windows with decorative divided lights framing extraordinary views of the harbor, bay, and sunsets. The carriage house consists of about 2,300 square feet and includes a large meeting room, opening to a large, covered porch, a half bath, and a maintenance room. The second floor has three bedrooms and a bathroom needing renovation with the potential for a dramatic vaulted space.