Bourne Realtors: Ryan Mann
Town of Bourne Website
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Whether you’re looking to buy, lease or sell property in Bourne, you will quickly realize the value and expertise that Bourne realtor Ryan Mann brings. A Falmouth resident and avid sailor who competes in many regional races, they key to Ryan’s success as a Bourne realtor is contributed to his tenacity and strong work ethic.
Bourne is located at the western end of Cape Cod, where the Cape Cod Canal cuts across the northern part of the town. Bourne includes miles of shoreline and beaches for boating, fishing, and water activities. Bourne is convenient to Southeastern Massachusetts attractions, as well as Falmouth, where the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard is located.
Straddling the Cape Cod Canal, Bourne is the gateway to Cape Cod, and the youngest of the 15 Cape Cod towns. The canal is not only a beautiful spot to relax and admire the scenery, but it’s also a great place for fishing and biking. Bourne provides several scenic seaside villages, including Cataumet, Buzzards Bay, Pocasset, Sagamore and Monument Beach.
Originally part of the town of Sandwich, Bourne was founded by the Pilgrims in 1627, and home to Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the nation’s oldest operating maritime academy. Bourne is named after Jonathan Bourne Sr., whose ancestor Richard Bourne represented Sandwich in the first Massachusetts General Court. and the first preacher to the Mashpee Wampanoag on Cape Cod.
The history of Bourne comes alive in Bourne Village, where you will find Aptucxet Trading Post Museum, the nation’s oldest store, and the Briggs-McDermott House. Other historical buildings include the Gray Gables estate, owned by US President Grover Cleveland that served as his Summer White House from 1893 to 1896, as well as the Gray Gables Railroad Station.
A windmill stands at the entrance of the Aptucxet Trading Post, which was the first English origin trading post in America. Built by the Plymouth colonists between 1626 and 1627, it’s now part of the Bourne Historical Society and used for tours and a museum. Whether you’re looking to establish roots, or the perfect vacation getaway, Bourne realtor Ryan Mann and the Today Real Estate team can help!