Route 6A named National Scenic Byway: View homes along the route

Route 6A, commonly known as the Old King’s Highway, has just been named as a National Scenic Byway by the US Department of Transportation. The 34-mile stretch of scenic beauty is one of just four roads to receive the scenic byway distinction in Massachusetts.

Meandering through nine Cape Cod towns, Route 6A offers access to many local shops, restaurants and historic homes. Here are a selection of homes on the market along Route 6A.

Homes along Route 6A

162 Route 6a | Yarmouth PortRoute 6A

A labor of love for its current owner, this 1730’s Georgian Cape and its grounds have been carefully designed and restored to combine 18th century charm with the amenities of today. Unique property with many opportunities for use and income. The property was once home to a Tea Room that was frequented by several performers from the Cape Playhouse, who then went on to become Hollywood icons, such as Bette Davis and Jimmy Stewart.

450 Route 6A | Yarmouth PortRoute 6a

On the National Register of Historic Places, this beautiful spacious antique has been renovated and updated.  The updates are everywhere, with state of the art kitchen, luxury bathrooms, central A/C and new furnace. The home also boasts a beautiful outdoor space with a patio, 5 fireplaces, an old barn (perfect for a painting or pottery studio), and is right next to a wonderful outdoor park and play space.

680 Route 6A | East SandwichRoute 6a

Located directly in front of Scorton Creek, this is a great opportunity to own a business with built-in visibility. The property was being used as a retail space with an office above the retail store. Generous parking area. Use your imagination, this property offers many possibilities.

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Looking to buy or sell along Route 6A? Contact an agent today who can help answer all your questions