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Realize your dream of owning an existing home with all your own custom finishes in one of the North Shore’s finest seaside communities. Perched on a quiet side street in Pigeon Cove, this solidly built, nearly 1400 s.f. home on a .35 acre lot has been gutted to the studs to allow for full updating of the original 1891 structure. The current floor plan allows for two-story living (formerly two bedrooms, one full bath) with attached 2-car garage, with potential to add onto the existing structure. All town utilities and electric to the home are in place. Borders the countless trails and quarries of Dogtown and moments from Halibut Point State Park and Rockport village with its beaches, lively arts and dining scene, and commuter rail to Boston. A rare opportunity to fashion a basically new home in a wonderful neighborhood of Cape Ann with the costliest parts of construction done for you.

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Listed by Amanda Armstrong Group of Compass

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