Property includes a character-rich, 2.4 story structure, originally built circa 1920, complete with a 2+ story octagon tower on the front, located on the south-west corner of Pleasant Street and South Street. The building has excellent visibility and its own private parking lot; the pull through driveway has curb cuts/ access from both South & Pleasant streets.
According to the Massachusetts Historical Commission, this property was originally the Crowell Homestead. It was built by Orin H. Crowell, circa 1878. At this time, his family owned most of the land on Pleasant Street, south of South Street. Orin Crowell was a member of the masons, who met at the Masonic Hall on Main Street. The Crowell family lived in the home until 1932.
The property underwent significant renovations and improvements, all in line with the Historical Commission, in the nineties, when it was owned by Christi Mihos, and later under the current owner. New Bosch wall mounted boiler, two Mitsubishi Split Systems for heat and AC, and new hot water heater.
First and Second floor space combined measures approx. 2,806 sq. ft., a total of 9 rooms. In addition, there is a walk-up attic, and an unfinished, walk-out basement that houses mechanicals, and has rough plumbing for two baths.
The first floor has a large entry foyer/ reception area, 2 offices, a kitchen/ break room, 2 bathrooms and storage room. There is also a bright outdoor deck. Second floor features an executive office (incorporating the octagon tower) with glorious views of Hyannis Harbor,with ensuite bathroom. Also on the 2nd floor, a large conference room and a bathroom. Combination of wood floors and carpeting. AC splits throughout. Security system. Nicely landscaped.
Less than a half mile to Cape Cod Hospital. 3 miles to the Mid-Cape Highway, Exit 7. Diagonally across the street from Steamship Authority parking.
Directly adjacent to the Pleasant Street brick & stone walkway that leads visitors to and from the park and harbor on Ocean Street. Less than a half mile to Cape Cod Hospital. 3 miles to the Mid-Cape Highway, Exit 7. Diagonally across the street from Steamship Authority parking. Walk to Baxter’ & Chips.