Some years ago, Robert Kinlin took us to see a home (long since sold) overlooking Buzzards Bay.
The house was beautiful - and the views took your breath away. As ever when I find myself in locations such as this my mind wanders to what it must have been like when the first Europeans set foot on The Cape and saw a view little changed from today. This after months of travelling in cramped conditions on their journey across the Atlantic to the “New World” these views must have been more than just a tonic.
Back in the 1600s Buzzards Bay was originally named “Gosnold's Hope” by Captain Bartholomew Gosnold (1571 to 1607) then renamed “Buzzards Bay” by the colonists who had spotted what they assumed were buzzards offshore – turns out they were probably turkey vultures or ospreys, but no matter.
Fast forward 400 years and Robert Kinlin is selling another beautiful Buzzards Bay home. 45 Little Neck Bars Road, Falmouth is described as a “truly extraordinary oceanfront oasis” with unrivalled luxury and breathtaking 360-degree views. Designed by renowned architect Jill Neubauer this 2018 built home offers four bedrooms, five bathrooms and amazing living accommodation designed to enjoy those spectacular views. With direct beachfront access and privacy guaranteed with your own nearly 10-acre lot why not pour a glass of wine, sit on one of the many terraces, and see what birds you can spot