Robert Paul Properties’ listing features on HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt 2019

July 05, 2019 - Front Section

Osterville, MA Cape Cod has been placed in the national spotlight, as a home represented by Robert Kinlin of Robert Paul Properties has been selected as a finalist 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: Waterfront homes, amazing kitchens, big city digs, countryside retreats, curb appeal, homes with a history, modern masterpieces and outdoor escapes.

The Robert Paul Properties listing was selected by HGTV’s editors as a finalist in the Waterfront Homes category. The home is located in the village of Osterville on Cape Cod and features a custom designed waterfront home with 8,000 s/f of living space, water views, private dock, pool, and pool house.

“It is an honor to represent such a beautiful home in such a distinct location, and to receive this acknowledgement with its national exposure is terrific,” said Kinlin, co-owner of Robert Paul Properties.

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.

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.

To view all homes and cast your vote, visit:



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