What You Should Know About Ballymeade Estates in Falmouth

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For luxury homes and year-round possibilities, you won’t want to pass up the opportunity to get a closer look at Ballymeade Estates in Falmouth. This premiere community is spread out across 1,000 acres, with hundreds of upscale homes, two championship golf courses and more.

The gated community sits near Buzzards Bay, with well more than 200 custom built homes that were mostly constructed in the early 1980s. While the single-family homes of Ballymeade Estates are usually graciously appointed with upscale features and finishes, they are oftentimes just as impressive on the inside as they are on the outside. 

Most of the homes in the community sit on at least one-acre homesites, providing plenty of privacy for homeowners, whether year-round residents or seasonal residents. Centrally located in the hills of Falmouth, the resort-like community features a private golf course, as well as a semi-private course.

Membership options at the club consist of short-term and seasonal membership passes, as well as some full-time memberships, depending on your individual needs. The Cape Club, which was formerly known as Ballymeade Country Club, includes its own restaurant, a swimming pool, and some social space.

Members often get together for parties and gatherings. As for the homes of Ballymeade, they tend to include large open floor plans and some custom features.

The average estate home in Ballymeade is oftentimes priced upwards of one-million. The HOA fees in Ballymeade Estates cover exterior maintenance needs, landscaping and lawn care, street maintenance, and snow removal.

Of course, owning property in Ballymeade Estates also means easy access to some of the best sites and attractions on Cape Cod, from area shopping and dining to local beaches and outdoor recreation. It’s just as easy to catch a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard as it is to visit some of the other neighborhoring communities on Cape Cod.

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