Sure, the Cape Cod style home in the MB tree section has the IT factor - it's the most classical and time-honored style in many affluent and quaint beach towns. But, these days it’s not easy to make it spectacular, because one has to invest superior craftsmanship and cutting-edge finishes. When all is said and done, this builder ventured forth full throttle and didn’t leave much to chance. The home has an amazing floor plan of open space yet versatile areas where one can relax or cook or do homework in quiet. It has high-ceilings, Provenza wide plank hardwood flooring and a stairway with enough space for the movers to carry a completely assembled California King through (if they wanted to). They spared no expense on the well-placed Jeldwyn window throughout; and made larger where needed for maximum natural light. Solid core doors, disappearing doors to the slate patio, built in BBQ, Carrera marble, Grohe fixtures and a Sub-Zero/Wolf kitchen and much more.