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This home practically beckons you to the Cape

108 Sachemus Trail, Brewster; $539,000

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The kitchen in this model home features high-end stainless-steel appliances, extensive peacock-green granite counters, solid-maple slow-close cabinets with brushed-nickel hardware, and a three-seat island with storage underneath.

The paint is lighter shades of blue, green, and white. The cabinets are the color of a sun-bleached seashell. The exterior is white-cedar shake with PVC trim. The result is a model home that beckons visitors to enjoy a Cape Cod summer in the Brewster Landing development, which is less than a mile from the beach.

A short paver walkway leads to a composite-decked farmer’s porch with a recessed front door. Exhausted from your day of sun and sand? The master suite is only steps from the front door, off a short hallway. Wash the sand off first in the master bath, which has a single vanity topped by marble (an upgrade from granite) and a tiled shower with a frameless-glass door. The bedroom looks out to the farmer’s porch and the development’s common.

The entire first floor is a study in natural light, compliments of a bevy of windows that starts in that hallway, where a clerestory design composed of a line of small rectangles is built high on the wall, and continues into the living and dining area, which offers a door to a patio. The dining area, sized for a six-person table, sits against a wall with bead-board wainscot topped with chair-rail shelving.

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This space flows into a spacious kitchen with high-end stainless-steel appliances, extensive granite counters, solid-maple slow-close cabinets with brushed-nickel hardware, and a three-seat island with storage underneath. The sink is positioned underneath two windows looking out to conservation land. The kitchen has a pantry, and down a short hallway, there’s a half bath with a pedestal sink and a laundry area.

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A wide set of oak stairs leads to the upper level, terminating at a landing/loft.

The bedrooms are at opposite ends of the hallway, and both feature walk-in closets and ceiling fans. They share a full bathroom with a tile floor and a Carrara marble double vanity.

There is a basement crawl space; a full one is an upgrade. Flooring on the first floor is a prefinished solid MooseWood maple, which is also an upgrade. The standard flooring is oak. The second floor is carpeted.

Brewster Landing is a 40B development on 9.4 acres, and seven of its 28 homes have been awarded through a lottery as affordable housing. The development features seven designs (carriage and town homes) — two- and three-bedroom configurations that range from 1,300 to 1,650 square feet. Prices go from $469,000 to $529,000, but can vary with upgrades. As of press time, eight homes were still available. This model, the Breakwater, has sold.

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The turnaround time is four months, according to Mark Smith, owner of the development firm, Cape View, which holds open houses every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 2 p.m. For more information, go to www.brewsterlanding.com.

$539,000

Style: Freestanding town home

Year built: 2016

Square feet: 1,657

Bedrooms: 3

Baths: 2 full, 1 half

Sewer/water: Private/public

Estimated taxes: $3,000

Fees: $258 per month

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Brewster Landing features seven designs (carriage and town homes) — two- and three-bedroom configurations that range from 1,300 to 1,650 square feet. Prices go from $469,000 to $529,000.
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The living room
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The dining area
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The first-floor master suite
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The loft
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A second-floor bedroom
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Another bedroom on the second floor
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The front hallway
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The backyard patio

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