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CapeFLYER's Website; a House for a Buck; More!

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Time to check in with the sunniest blog in New England, Curbed Cape Cod!

BOSTON TO HYANNIS—All aboard! The much-anticipated CapeFLYER rolls out of South Station to Hyannis for weekend summer rail service starting Memorial Day. In the meantime, the CapeFLYER's website has gone live with official schedules, fares and useful info such as: "Dogs must be properly leashed and are not allowed to annoy riders or take up a seat."
HARWICH PORT—The Cape's priciest condo has returned to market, still asking $4.35M. According to a Curbed commenter, "It looks like Restoration Hardware got sea sick." Decor aside, the waterfront unit at Wychmere Shores weighs in at a whopping 6,000 sq. ft.
HARWICH PORT—Got a buck? This 5-BR antique could be yours (above). No, really. The asking price is just one U.S. dollar. Of course, there's a catch.
EDGARTOWN—Any idea how much an Edgartown Village compound might be asking? The rather lovely circa 1740 property has views of Edgartown Harbor from the third floor and widow's walk, an outdoor living room with a fireplace, a gunite pool, and a price tag somewhere between $3.125M and $3.995M. Right this way to play our asking price guess game.