Schooner Pass BO – Bourne – Cape Cod
Schooner Pass condominiums feature townhouse style units, built in the 1970s, which gives the buildings a charming rustic Cape look. Well established and maintained grounds are looked after by a professional landscaping company and caretakers. Private partial fenced in backyards, shaded patios and sunny balconies offer a wonderful space for all outdoor entertaining and activities. Centrally located within the complex is a stunning in ground association swimming pool, a Clubhouse and tennis courts for all residents. Schooner Pass condos are located in the lively town of Bourne, Massachusetts, the first town once either of the bridges has been crossed, which provides an easy commute or get away travel. These condos are minutes from many attractions, including the famous and beautiful Monument Beach, the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum, Buzzards Bay and the yearly Scallop Festival. A short drive from 280 acres of the Four Ponds conservation area, a wooded wonderland and perfect for any nature lover, the Brookside Golf Club, a great variety of restaurants, shop and nightlife. Conveniently close to house of worship and medical -and school facilities. Schooner Pass condos offer a comfortable year around living or seasonal getaway on beautiful Cape Cod.
Condominium Complex Attributes
|Baths:||1.5 – 2|
|Sq Ft:||1001 – 1292|
|Amenities:||Pool, tennis, clubhouse, landscaping, common area, rubbish and snow removal|
|Monthly Association Fee:||$350 – $440|
|Units in Complex||68|
|Miles To Beach||1 – 2|
|Year Round Occupancy:||Yes|
Ships View Terrace, Bourne MA 02532
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