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Remember at the beginning of quarantine when all of those celebrities were posting videos of encouragement to get through this difficult time? Remember how relatable it was that they were quarantined in a for-real mansion and lived in a home with a full-size movie theatre and bowling alley?


Yeah, none of that really felt like, “we’re all in this together.” However, it was still sweet that they tried. And now you could be like one of those celebrities quarantining from a SouthCoast Palace for a cool 25 million dollars. According to Robert Paul Properties, Inc., the home at the tip of Mishaum Point Road in Dartmouth is still on the market and has a significant bump in asking price since September of 2020.

Known as "Seapoint," 192 and 187 Mishaum Point Rd are shingle-style colonials that overlook Buzzards Bay. With approximately 21,848 square feet of living area between the main house and the guest house, this masterpiece sits on nearly 10 acres and has incredible 270-degree ocean views. Built in 2007, this four-story home holds eight bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, four half-bathrooms, four fireplaces, and six parking spaces. It even has an elevator for you to easily access all floors. There is a private office and a laundry room on the second floor.

“Casual entertainment space spans the entire lower level, including a state-of-the-art wine cellar, commercially operated bowling lanes, billiards room, an exercise room, and bar area featuring custom tiling on the walls and a hand-carved wooden ship's hull for the base. The spectacular pool area is accessed through an inviting cabana, complete with stone fireplace, changing rooms, and exquisite views of the Bay.”

Realtor.com estimates that monthly mortgage payments on this home would be over $100,000. Take a look inside "Seapoint" below:

Take a Look Inside One of the Most Expensive Homes on the SouthCoast

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