Dennis Real Estate

Located in the Mid-Cape region of Cape Cod, Dennis combines traditional New England charm with wind-swept beaches and a well-developed business district to attract a mix of vacationers and residents. Dennis comprises five villages, all of which are easily accessible from Route 6, or the Mid-Cape highway, including: East Dennis, Dennis Village, West Dennis, Dennisport, and South Dennis.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 50
Average Price: $951,770
Highest Listing Price: $5,500,000
Lowest Listing Price: $314,900

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Dennis Active Real Estate Listings

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35 Properties Found.
Photo of Listing #21711948
  • MLS® #: 21711948
  • 61 Old Wharf 22
  • Dennis Port, MA 02639
  • $1,460,000
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1513 SqFt
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21408350
  • MLS® #: 21408350
  • 47 Farrington Road
  • East Dennis, MA 02641
  • $998,000
  • 22216 SqFt, 0.51 Acres
  • Lots and Land
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Photo of Listing #21602682
  • MLS® #: 21602682
  • 56 Uncle Stephens Road D
  • West Dennis, MA 02670
  • $996,000
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 948 SqFt
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21202599
  • MLS® #: 21202599
  • 87 Coles Pond Drive
  • East Dennis, MA 02641
  • $895,000
  • 57935 SqFt, 1.33 Acres
  • Lots and Land
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Photo of Listing #21605168
  • MLS® #: 21605168
  • 61 Old Wharf Road 31
  • Dennis Port, MA 02639
  • $875,000
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1197 SqFt, 0.07 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21605166
  • MLS® #: 21605166
  • 61 Old Wharf Road 47
  • Dennis Port, MA 02639
  • $810,000
  • 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1325 SqFt, 0.07 Acres
  • Single Family
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Dennis Community Summary

Recognized for some of the best beaches on Cape Cod, Dennis is home to sixteen beaches that range from the warm waters of the Nantucket Sound to the south to the refreshing waters of Cape Cod Bay to the north. Numerous recreation trails as well as the Cape Cod Rail Trail (bike path) are ideal for walkers, runners, and bikers, providing numerous opportunities to visit a beach or conservation lands while getting the requisite cardio.

Tranquil, tree-lined streets provide a scenic backdrop to the many historic homes in Dennis, some of which date from whaling days.  Dennis also boasts a number of waterfront properties, including homes that come with their own dock and provide boaters with deepwater access to the Nantucket Sound.  Considered one of the cultural centers of Cape Cod, Dennis is the site of the historic Reverend Josiah Dennis homestead, for whom the town was named as well as the Cape Playhouse, one of the nation’s oldest summer theaters.  The Cape Cod Museum of Art located on Hope Lane in Dennis Village is another cultural attraction nestled within a mix of clam shacks, eateries, and quaint shops.

Dennis also enjoys the distinction of having one of the lowest tax rates in the State of Massachusetts without compromising the quality of life and access to government services.  There are six schools ranging from pre-kindergarten through grade 12 with a recently completed expansion.

Dennis lies on the eastern banks of the Bass River, which effectively divides the Cape in half – Cape Cod Bay is to the north; Brewster to the northeast, Harwich to the southeast, Nantucket Sound to the south and Yarmouth to the west.  Approximately 24 miles east of the Sagamore Bridge, Dennis is 78 miles southeast of Boston.


Blog Posts About Dennis

Our Favorite Cape Cod Seafood Restaurants

When it comes to finding fresh seafood on Cape Cod your choices are seemingly endless.  The region is known for its fantastic array of delicacies, straight out of the waters surrounding the beautiful local communities.  To help you narrow down the list, we came up with a few of our favorite Cape Cod seafood restaurants.Mac’s SeafoodFirst on our list is Mac’s Seafood.  With locations all across Cape Cod, Mac’s Seafood is a good choice no matter which part of the Cape you’re visiting.  Mac’... Read More

Explore the Dennis Salt Works

Salt became a great necessity for early New England life.  It was needed to help support the area’s fishing industry by preserving fish.  At one time in history much of that needed salt had to be imported.  However, that all came to a virtual halt when the British government began demanding a tax on the salt.  Imports of salt shut down during the Revolutionary War.  To help fill the need of fishermen, the Cape Cod region was forced to rise to the occasion.That’s where Captain John Sears c... Read More

What’s with all the Dredging on Cape Cod?

If you’ve wondered what’s going on with all the talk of dredging on Cape Cod, you’re probably not alone.  To keep the area free of sediment it’s necessary to periodically dredge, otherwise the sediment builds up, making the water too shallow for boats to safely pass through, as well as causing of host of other problems.Caused by nature, Cape Cod’s many estuaries, harbors and channels are home to a variety of fish and plant life.  As the silt settles and builds up, it can begin to hurt the... Read More

Local Theaters Entertain Cape Cod

Already famous for its beaches, fantastic restaurants and interesting locations, Cape Cod comes alive with multiple local theaters, entertaining locals and visitors for generations.  In all, the area includes more than two-dozen theaters, offering fantastic options in live entertainment while on the Cape.BrewsterWhile in Brewster make time to check out the Cape Rep Theatre.  Founded in 1986, visitors have the option of an indoor theatre plus an outdoor theatre, the only one of its kind on... Read More

Discover the Scargo Tower in Dennis

Standing strong for more than a century, the Scargo Tower is a unique treasure just waiting to be explored.  The cobblestone tower sits on top of one of Cape Cod’s tallest and most famous hills, Scargo Hill.  Overlooking Scargo Lake and offering sweeping views of the bay side of Cape Cod, it’s possible to see both the Sagamore Bridge and even Provincetown from the site.  While presenting an interesting location for peaceful reflection these days, the tower also offers unique insight into ... Read More

The data relating to real estate for sale on this site comes from the Broker Reciprocity (BR) of the Cape Cod & Islands Multiple Listing Service, Inc. Summary or thumbnail real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Old Cape Sotheby's International Realty are marked with the BR Logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing broker. Neither the listing broker nor Old Cape Sotheby's International Realty shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation or misprints and shall be held totally harmless. This site was last updated 06/25/2017. All properties are subject to prior sale, changes or withdrawal.