BOSTON– Colliers International announced that it has been hired as agent in the sale of 586 Shore Road on Bourne’s Monument Beach. The approximate 11 acre parcel borders 20 acres of conservation land, also designated as a protected habitat for a rare wildlife species.
The site can be sub-divided into 7-11 lots and is located in the R-40 Zoning District of Bourne. The Colliers team includes Jim Elcock, Dave Goodhue, Kevin Brawley and Chris Sower.
The property is owned by the Dexter Southfield School of Brookline, MA and has been used for various purposes over its history, including a private estate, a conference center, and a camp for the Episcopal Diocese. The site includes 6 structures, including the Conference Center, which was built in 1900.
Located less than 4 miles from the Bourne Bridge, 586 Shore Road is in close proximity to Toby’s Island, Phinneys Harbor, various golf courses, and the Shore Road Ballfield & Conservation Area. Bourne is known as the ‘first’ town on the Cape and is home to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and Otis Air National Guard Base.
James L. Elcock, Executive Vice President, stated of the opportunity, “586 Shore Road with its spectacular views of Buzzards Bay and its convenient location is a versatile property with an array of use options and possibilities. We anticipate a strong market response to this unique asset in the Upper Cape area.”