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Talk about literally being on the Cape Cod coast, nestled right at the very tip of Hyannis Harbor surrounded by shopping, restaurants, and the marina.  What a fun and unique home, with its very own lighthouse.  What a showpiece.

107 Channel Point Road in Barnstable, listed by Secino Sexton of William Raveis, is one of the most photographed homes on the Cape, according to the listing.  It's surrounded by 270 feet of water views, giving you a total nautical feel with it's wrap-around deck, sandy beach, and plenty of boats and yachts passing by; that includes the ferries heading to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

Listed for around $4 million, this 2,400 square foot beach house plus the lighthouse has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.  That's right, you can use the the lighthouse itself as its own sleeping quarters for yourself or guests.  Whether you're sleeping in the main house or lighthouse, you're so close to the water that the waves will lull you to sleep and peacefully wake you up each morning.

This feels like such a perfect vacation home, doesn't it?  It's so quaint and perfectly located for summer fun, although with so many people calling Cape Cod home, this contemporary home is great for a couple or small family, too.

The main home has a bedroom on the first floor and the second floor, each with a bathroom. Of course, the second level home has incredible water views as well other homes situated on the harbor with boats bobbing in the water and stunning sunrises.

There's also a large den and office as part of the seven rooms this home comes with, that also includes a dining room, updated kitchen, and a breakfast bar with lawn views and lush plantings.

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