Admittedly most people probably won't be as amazed with a dock as I might be when they see this stunning Wareham house for sale at 46 Winship Ave.

The 13,800-square-foot home with an $11.995 million price tag has a lot more impressive features, like the indoor mineral pool, the showroom garage or the home theater with a 168-inch projector screen.

Yet, the deep water dock is still pretty cool if you ask me.

In photos shared by Laura Wurster, listing agent with Compass Realty, walking out to the home's deep-water dock on Onset Bay makes it look like there's no way down.

Laura Wurster, Compass, Julie Hantson
Laura Wurster, Compass, Julie Hantson

Then, the deck literally opens up to let you down the secret stairs to your walkway out to the water and potentially your boat for cruising the bay.

Laura Wurster, Compass, Julie Hantson
Laura Wurster, Compass, Julie Hantson

I know, such a silly thing to be excited about, but secret stairs are always cool and secret stairs to your own personal dock seem that much cooler.

It's not the only super-cool feature at this stunner of a house, however.

The current owners have added an awful lot in recent years. The home was built in 1900, but just last spring a 9,600-square-foot renovation was completed that brought the property to its current seven-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom, three-floors-of-living-space status.

The house offers bay views, a spot in the private Burgess Point neighborhood and seclusion among the conservation land of Mass Audubon’s Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary.

It's Cape living without the Cape traffic.

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