Robert Paul Properties recently completed the sale of 39 Juniper Point Road, a waterfront Woods Hole Victorian, for 4 million dollars.
Nicknamed the “Summer White House” by the Boston Post in 1920, this home, known locally as the Charles Crane Estate, was where President Woodrow Wilson was scheduled to spend his summer. The trip never did happen (due to objections by the president’s Secret Service).
The home boasts panoramic views, ten bedrooms, and a four-story tower.
“There is nothing like it,” explained Hussey. “A quintessential Cape Cod turn of the century home with commanding views out over Woods Hole waterways makes the house seem like a castle on the hill.”