Select areas of Cape Cod have long been the vacation spot for Boston’s wealthy looking for the restorative nature of ocean-front living. It’s no surprise to LandVest that Barnstable is now not only highly regarded for summer vacation homes, but also for a lifestyle of year-round well-being.
The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index averages six factors rating well-being: life evaluation, work environment, physical and emotional health, healthy behaviors, as well as access to basic necessities. The list compiled by Healthways Inc. surveys a minimum of 500 U.S. adults each day and has complied data over the past three years.
If you are interested in the transformative nature of living a life of wellness on Cape Cod, Stewart Young covers the Cape from Bourne to Provincetown and would be happy to assist your search for the perfect property. Stewart has a lifetime of experience on the Cape and Islands and is involved in a wide variety of public service and non-profit organizations. His listing near Barnstable Village is a good example of the restorative power of landscape. Called Views for obvious reasons, this very private 10 acre waterfront property with access to Barnstable Harbor and a dock on Hinckley Pond is just right for a couple or small family or it could be expanded.