The small Upper Cape village of Cotuit is a quiet residential escape, complete with a charming main street and picturesque beaches like Ropes and Loop. In the summer, the Cape League’s Cotuit Kettleers draw baseball-loving crowds to Lowell Park, and when the weather cools down, locals keep warm by grabbing a drink at the Kettle-Ho Tavern. The Cotuit Historic District is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places; the village’s maritime industry thrived in the mid-19th century, and the Samuel Dottridge Homestead, now a museum, dates all the way back to 1790.
From cozy capes to expansive seaside spreads, many homes in Cotuit are steeped in rich history. If you’re looking to renovate an antique Cotuit home, you want an experienced Cape Cod custom builder that can handle your renovations with expert care. C.J. Riley and his team have renovated historic homes across the Cape since 1992. They’re ready to make your remodel vision a reality, seamlessly emphasizing your home’s historic value while incorporating modern upgrades.
And if you’re building a new home or addition in Cotuit, C.J. Riley Builder, Inc. is here to help you every step of the way. Working with C.J. Riley means having an experienced, knowledgeable team by your side from zoning board meetings, to plan preparation, to putting the finishing touches on your custom building project.
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