Truro Real Estate

Truro is an exclusive town located at the “wrist” of Cape Cod just south of the northern tip of the Cape. With its rolling dunes and spectacular beaches on both the Bay and Atlantic Ocean, Truro has long served as an inspiration for writers and artists, including Edward Hopper. Many Truro homes have been specifically designed to take advantage of the raw beauty of the dunes and coast.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 43
Average Price: $950,216
Highest Listing Price: $3,295,000
Lowest Listing Price: $319,000

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Truro Homes For Sale

Price, High to Low
88 Properties Found.
Photo of Listing #21713781
  • MLS® #: 21713781
  • 21 Crestview Circle
  • North Truro, MA 02652
  • $4,950,000
  • 4 Bed, 6 Bath, 5456 SqFt, 1.26 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21716972
  • MLS® #: 21716972
  • 1 Bluff Terrace
  • North Truro, MA 02652
  • $3,595,000
  • 4 Bed, 5 Bath, 5075 SqFt, 1.08 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21713526
  • MLS® #: 21713526
  • 3 Marys Way
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $3,295,000
  • 7 Bed, 5 Bath, 4500 SqFt, 1.72 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21715668
  • MLS® #: 21715668
  • 20 Great Hills Road
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $2,995,000
  • 5 Bed, 5 Bath, 6901 SqFt, 0.52 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21716635
  • MLS® #: 21716635
  • 3 Walsh Way
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $2,650,000
  • 370696 SqFt, 8.51 Acres
  • Lots and Land
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Photo of Listing #21800566
  • MLS® #: 21800566
  • 1 Circuit Way
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $2,395,000
  • 4 Bed, 5 Bath, 2788 SqFt, 1.1 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21604643
  • MLS® #: 21604643
  • 6 Baker Lane
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,650,000
  • 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2547 SqFt, 4.64 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21602693
  • MLS® #: 21602693
  • 4 Baker Lane
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,500,000
  • 79728 SqFt, 1.83 Acres
  • Lots and Land
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Photo of Listing #21710897
  • MLS® #: 21710897
  • 3 Swale Way
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,495,000
  • 5 Bed, 4 Bath, 4894 SqFt, 1.32 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21714236
  • MLS® #: 21714236
  • 6 River View Road
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,475,000
  • 91040 SqFt, 2.09 Acres
  • Lots and Land
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Photo of Listing #21714094
  • MLS® #: 21714094
  • 5 Aunt Sals Lane
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,450,000
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1052 SqFt, 0.52 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21603943
  • MLS® #: 21603943
  • 4 Kill Devil Road
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,395,000
  • 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 1170 SqFt, 1.92 Acres
  • Single Family
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Truro Community Summary

Homes are not easily accessed by main roads, offering privacy and relief from the traditional hustle and bustle of Route 6.  With more than half of its land protected by the Cape Cod National Seashore, Truro has ensured its tranquil landscape will remain untouched for generations.

The town comprises two villages:  Truro and North Truro and is part of the region known as the Outer Cape that also includes Wellfleet, Eastham, and Provincetown.   Similar to neighboring towns, Truro also claims its place in Pilgrim history.  The Pilgrims stopped at both Provincetown and Truro before moving on to Plymouth.  Legend has it that it was in Truro that the Pilgrims found a spring from which they had their first drink of water in the new land, later discovering a secret store of Indian corn.  The corn saved the Pilgrims from starvation that first year and is now commemorated as Corn Hill Beach.

Truro is also home to the acclaimed Cape Cod Light, Cape Cod’s oldest and tallest lighthouse.   The iconic station was first erected in 1797 and is open for tourist visits in the summer and fall.

Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the north and east, Wellfleet on the South, Provincetown to the northwest, and Cape Cod Bay to the west, Truro is 50 miles from the Sagamore Bridge and 105 miles southeast of Boston. 


Blog Posts About Truro

Edward Hopper Cherished the Outer Cape

One of the most inspirational locations of renowned artist Edward Hopper’s career, the prominent painter cherished the Outer Cape. The deep appreciation can be traced to the early 1930s when Hopper and his wife Josephine first rented a cottage in South Truro, a decision that led to the Hoppers returning to the area each summer from then on out.The two artists commonly took day trips to other nearby areas, providing the inspiration Edward Hopper needed for his next piece of artwork. Mostly... Read More

Pamet Harbor: A Truro Landmark

A landmark of Truro, tiny Pamet Harbor has long served boaters in the Cape Cod area. The harbor makes it simple to easily reach other spots such as Wellfleet and Provincetown, as well.Found at the Pamet River for which it gains its name, you will find plentiful parking and a great launch ramp that easily helps boaters access Cape Cod Bay. While popular these days, the harbor itself actually dates back centuries.Around the late 1700s, Pamet Harbor was commonly the site of fishing and shipb... Read More

Discover Ballston Beach in Truro

With views of the Atlantic Ocean and flanked by golden hills, there’s plenty to discover at Truro’s Ballston Beach. Ideal for lounging in the sand or boogie boarding and surfing in the waves, the beach is a real favorite of locals and visitors alike.You won’t find a lot of extras here, as there aren’t any lifeguards on duty, there’s not a picnic area and camping isn’t allowed. However, this saltwater beach is fairly easy to reach, with a short yet steep walk to the sand, plus its not very... Read More

Out and About in Truro

There’s a lot to do and see in Truro, from historic landmarks to the performing arts.  Here are just a few of the best sites to visit when you’re out and about:Highland HouseFirst constructed as a summer resort hotel in 1907, the old Highland House now serves as a museum, preserving history of the region.  The Highland House Museum offers a chance to look back at the lives of Native Americans, early European settlers and outer Cape fisherman that helped formed the region.If you want to go... Read More

Cape Cod Shipwrecks

While a fantastic place to live and vacation, for hundreds of years Cape Cod has also held the distinction of serving as a final resting place for thousands of ships.  In fact, between Provincetown and Chatham alone the ocean graveyard has laid claim to more than 1,000 shipwrecks.The trend dates back to the 1600s, with the first recorded shipwreck in the region.  That’s when the Sparrowhawk sunk near Orleans.  The ship stayed underwater for 200 years, and is now partially on display at Pi... 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 03/22/2018. All properties are subject to prior sale, changes or withdrawal.