Kennedy Compound Waterfront Estate on the Cape Cod Coast

Location: Hyannisport, Massachusetts

Price: $6,350,000

The owners of this Hyannisport, Massachusetts, property, the Colemans, surely feel a little slighted when it comes to the name of their renowned corner of the Cape Cod coast: the Kennedy Compound. It might be located down the same private road as the Kennedy family's much more famous series of residences, but the Colemans actually settled in these parts first. This white waterfront manse was built in 1928, while the Kennedys were renting nearby. The seven-bedroom shingle-style spread has been in the Coleman family ever since.

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