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Single FamilyFor Sale
$1,350,000
74 Doane & Gilbert Road
Harwich, MA 02646
Courtesy of Kinlin Grover Compass - Sandra Tanco
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5Beds
4Baths
2,809Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$7,068/mo

Unique Harwich Port 1.17 acre estate-like property, the backyard was made for entertaining with the park-like setting, beautiful gardens, an outdoor kitchen, a bocce ball court, a shed with a pub room, an outdoor fire pit, and a pizza oven. The barn/garage has a family room, fifth bedroom, and bath. 74 Doane Road is a beautiful Cape Cod home with authentic architecture. Elisha Doane built the house in 1747 and sold out of the Doane family in 1953. In 1983, the home was purchased by Carol O'Brien, a well-known interior designer from Wellesley. Carol commissioned Virginia Pena to paint the mural found in the current living room in 1988. Virginia was a renowned folk artist, a first-generation Cape Verdean Cape Codder. In 2003, the home was purchased by Gayle Kiely and her husband, Max Johnson. Max was a well-respected historic preservationist contractor who painstakingly restored the house to its previous glory. The house was raised for a fully poured foundation, a beautiful new modern ki

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