In recent years there has been a lot of development in Buzzards Bay. Ten years ago I remember driving home from work at night, and seeing Main Street completely empty. Not now. On warm summer evenings there’s always a long line at Mics Main Scoop filling the park with people enjoying delicious ice cream with the amazing Cape Cod sunsets on the Canal. New restaurants such as Mahoney’s on Main, or the Rod and Rail complement long loved establishments like Krua Thai and the Mezza Luna. The Hampton Inn on the Canal is an affordable place to stay where you can watch ships, yachts, fishing trawlers and pleasure boats pass by.
Maybe you like fishing, well Taylor’s Point near the Massachusetts Maritime Academy has some of the best fishing, and of course the Cape Cod Canal is always active from striped bass to lobsters. If you’re lucky you might even see a whale. The recreation area next to the Cape Cod Train Bridge is right next to the train station, and is a destination for cycling and fishing on the Cape Cod Canal.
As a real estate agent I’m lucky to live in such an up and coming town, and to have participated in some of the sales that have helped bring new life to a historic area.