Welcome to 15 Oyster Point, an expansive waterfront home with all the conveniences of a condominium. This gracious, 6,000+ square foot, free standing condominium is situated in a club-like setting with a community pool and just steps to the harbor and the East Bay Bike Path. The home sits on over an acre of “limited common area” which would allow this home enough space to add a private pool, tennis court, or patio. There is also a 1,200 square foot, apartment; ideal for in-laws, guests, or a nanny to enjoy their own privacy, while living on the property.
Oyster Point is a special place abutting an Audubon Protected Sanctuary and with western views it has the most dramatic sunsets. Located within an easy commute to Providence and Rt. 128 West of Boston make this an idyllic place to call home.
Awaken to a metallic alarm of a woodpecker pounding on your chimney. Open your blinds, the moon may be setting on the horizon or mist may be hovering over the pond and bay. Go outside for your newspaper and you will be welcomed by finches, jays, red winged black birds, and cardinals. If it's spring a mallard duck may be nesting in your planter. Enjoy morning coffee on the deck and you may find a blue heron, egret, or king fisher on the prowl. Enjoy a bike ride, run, or kayak to wind down after a busy day. Perhaps you may take a trip to the beach where there are oysters and mussels; you may want to collect some for dinner. On a snowy winter day it’s great to cross country ski or snow shoe in the estuary.
The fourth of July is special here: Decorate the railing before your family event and bike with the family to the Bristol parade. That night you can go the end of the Audubon walkway to watch firework displays in all directions.
A sense of peace is always here. From your deck you will see the young learn to sail their Optis, commercial fishing and small cruise boats will pass in front, and sail boats with multicolored spinnakers pass by for their weekly races during the summer. Walk through the neighborhood through mature plantings with flowering trees and shrubs. Pick pears and apples from your orchard in the fall. There is the wonder of nature all around. You will see wild turkeys and pheasants with their chicks. On occasion, you may even sight a fox or coyote walking by. As you look west in the distance, an osprey or bald eagle may hover near their nesting sites. Travel as you will but you will not see better sunsets than what you will see from the deck or hot tub at 15 Oyster Point; each one magical to be enjoyed just once.