Two Kinlin Grover Listings Selected as Finalists in HGTV Ultimate House Hunt 2019

Annual online promotion spotlights exceptional real estate listings

CAPE COD, MA  A listing represented by Brett Holmes of Kinlin Grover’s Provincetown and Truro office and a listing represented by Bernard Klotz of Kinlin Grover’s Centerville office, have been selected as finalists in the HGTV Ultimate House Hunt 2019. The Ultimate House Hunt is a month-long online promotion held each year on, featuring extraordinary homes for sale in eight categories: Amazing Kitchens, Big City Digs, Countryside Retreats, Curb Appeal, Homes with a History, Modern Masterpieces, Outdoor Escapes and Waterfront Homes.

All featured homes are represented by members of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International®. This is the eighth consecutive year HGTV has aligned exclusively with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International® for the popular awards, which run from June 12 through July 17. Last year’s promotion was the most popular in the award’s history.

The Kinlin Grover listing located at 47 Commercial Street B and C in Provincetown, MA was selected by HGTV’s editors as a finalist in the Waterfront Homes category, while the listing located at 56 Rendezvous Lane in Barnstable, MA was selected as a finalist in the Curb Appeal category.

The Provincetown property selected as a finalist for the Waterfront Homes category features two distinct homes, a two-story cottage and a cantilevered boathouse each comprised of one bedroom and one bathroom. The property features water views of Provincetown Harbor, Long Point and beyond. Located in the heart of the West End, the property at Labrador Landing is part of a small three-unit association which has access to an expansive and exclusive use waterfront deck with a private beachfront staircase. The one bedroom, one bathroom wisteria-trimmed two-story cottage is fully-equipped and has water-views from each level. The one bedroom, one bathroom cantilevered boathouse enjoys unobstructed water-views and combines vintage architectural details with modern amenities, plus a sleeping loft and outdoor shower. Combined, the two cottages rent upwards of $8,715 per week in-season.

“This property embodies the spirit of Cape Cod seaside living,” said listing agent Brett Holmes. “Both the boathouse and cottage feature picturesque views, a charming interior, and an exceptional location to create that perfect New England retreat.”

The Barnstable home which was selected as a finalist in the Curb Appeal category, is a one-of-a-kind estate situated on 3.18 private acres with five bedrooms, six full baths, one half bath, five fireplaces and 16 rooms altogether. The home, which was renovated with a major addition in 2008, is close to the heart of Barnstable Village and touts beautiful outdoor areas which include a 42 x 22 patio, a 20 x 40 pool, and a pergola, all overlooking ever-changing views of the marsh, Barnstable Harbor, Sandy Neck, and beyond to Cape Cod Bay.

“This wonderful property is truly extraordinary inside and out,” said listing agent Bernard Klotz. “From its spacious interior to its immaculate grounds, this gracious home boasts all of the amenities a prospective homebuyer could hope for.”

Consumers have the opportunity to tour the 92 homes selected as finalists by viewing photo galleries on and can then cast a vote for their favorite properties. A winner will be chosen in each category based on the highest number of votes received, and an overall favorite will be awarded for the listing receiving the most votes.

The winning homes will receive editorial exposure on, as well as the prestige of being selected as fan favorites. Additional properties will be featured in the Global Homes gallery, boasting homes from ten different countries or territories around the world.

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