Photo: Putneypics Located off the southern side of Cape Cod, Washburn Island remains a treasured Falmouth spot. The small island sits in Waquoit Bay and is only accessible by water. More than 300-acres in all, Washburn Island is filled with a mix of tall trees, barrier beaches, plus coastal salt ponds and marshes. Once home to a summer estate, followed by a location for military training, developers have had their eye on the island in the past. At one time they hoped to develop luxu... Read More
Waquoit Real Estate
Waquoit is a historic village in southeastern Falmouth, Massachusetts, situated at the head of Waquoit Bay between East Falmouth and Mashpee. The Bay features 2,700 acres of open waters, marshlands and barrier beaches and is fronted by the visitor center which sits atop a 30 foot bluff in a former 1880s mansion. The nearby Waquoit Bay Yacht Club is a mainstay of the community, offering a year-round social program for boaters of all ages.
Extending along Route 28, Waquoit is largely residential and was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. Waquoit combines a serene, private setting dotted with historic homes as well as newer single-family lots with easy access to the beaches, golf, and shopping/dining options at nearby Mashpee Commons.
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Falmouth Yacht Club circa 1960 A big part of the enjoyment of Cape Cod is heading out on the water, and several yacht clubs help cater to those interested in a yachting lifestyle. In Falmouth, in particular, there are several top yacht clubs to choose from, many of which have been in operation for generations. Falmouth Yacht Club The Falmouth Yacht Club has been a staple in the area for decades. First formed in the 1940s, the club hosts an annual regatta, plus has played host to ... Read More
Photo: Ben W Made up of thousands of acres of beaches, marshlands, waters and uplands, Waquoit Bay is the perfect place to explore nature while on Cape Cod. Whether you go out on the water or stay on dry land, you’ll find plenty to see and experience in this unique area. Found on Cape Cod’s southern shore, Waquoit Bay is a popular location for things like kayaking, canoeing and fishing. It’s common to find fish such as the brook trout, golden shiner, rainbow trout and blueback herring... Read More