222 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Office Phone: 508.563.5100
Office Fax: 508.563.5588
Administrative Manager - Susan Larson
Sales Manager - Edward Kozak
Executive Mortgage Banker - Laila M Freire
Insurance Sales Director - Loren Marozas
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The Town of Falmouth, Massachusetts is located in the southwest corner of Cape Cod Mass and is part of Upper Cape Cod which consists of these towns: Falmouth, Bourne, Mashpee and Sandwich. The Town of Falmouth Massachusetts has the second largest population and is the second largest town on the Cape Cod. Falmouth has one of the longest coastlines in the state of Massachusetts with some 70 miles of shoreline that encompasses the town. There are many beautiful homes for sale in Falmouth with prices ranging from below $100,000 for a cute ranch to a $14,000,000 waterfront in Woods Hole Mass. West and North Falmouth, Mass which are on Buzzards Bay have many wonderful white sand beaches: Old Silver, New Silver, Megansett, Wood Neck and Chapoquoit Beaches. All the western beaches provide view of Marion, Mattapoisett and Fairhaven from the shoreline. East Falmouth is well known for its diverse water ways with several long peninsulas which create many bays, marshes, canals and water access communities that have a multitude of deep water docks. East Falmouth has many beautiful sandy beaches which are: Bristol, Menauhaunt, Falmouth Heights and Surf Drive that have views of Martha's Vineyard a famous island resort just a short ferry ride way. There is a great selection of homes for sale in Falmouth and now is a great time to buy in one of the villages which include: Woods Hole, Mass Sippiwissett, Quisset, Waquoit, Teaticket, East Falmouth, West Falmouth, North Falmouth, Falmouth Village, and Hatchville.
The Falmouth Real Estate market is vibrant and year round. If you're looking for a great vacation, retirement or year round home than, consider buying Falmouth Real Estate. The village of Woods Hole, Massachusetts which is southwest of West Falmouth, Massachusetts features a number of world famous marine science institutions, including Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Marine Biological Laboratory, the Woods Hole Research Center, NOAA's Northeast Fisheries Science Center (which started the Woods Hole scientific community in 1871), a USGS coastal and marine geology center, and the home campus of the Sea Education Association. It is also the site of United States Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England, the Nobska Light lighthouse, and the terminals of the Steamship Authority ferry route between Cape Cod and the island of Martha's Vineyard. Falmouth, East Falmouth, North Falmouth and West Falmouth, Massachusetts are highly attentive to the environmental demands of its coastline. Large tracts of land have been set aside for public conservation, allowing the area's native species to thrive and enhancing the community's natural beauty. The town features 818 acres of freshwater ponds and about 2,209 acres of saltwater bays and harbors lined by dozens of public and private beaches. The community also boasts an active civic life, with annual events including the nationally known Falmouth Road Race, a 7-mile race that draws more than 10,000 runners from around the world each August.