Chatham Cape Cod Waterfront Villa
Cape Cod Cottage 32
Incredible two bedroom, three full bathroom end-unit with gorgeous direct water views of Oyster Pond. Beautifully decorated with charming interior decor. Great for four people, and can accommodate two more in the loft and two more in the den.
Townhome 32 features a well-appointed master bedroom with king bed. Spacious master balcony has a spectacular water view. The additional bedroom has two full beds and a private bath. The twin bedroom also has an amazing loft that can sleep additional people in two twin beds(children love it!). The den has a queen sleeper sofa. Boasts a fully-equipped kitchen and living room with TV/DVD.
Beautiful ground floor sunroom has incredible views and a large wrap-around brick patio, complete with expansive water views, a great gas barbeque grill, chaise lounges, tables, and plenty of chairs. Perfect for eating/entertaining outdoors.
CHATHAM, Cape Cod is one of the most magical places in the world. With miles of ocean beaches, sandy dunes and quaint town centers these unspoiled places have escaped overdevelopment and serve as reminders of the way life used to be.
Located on the elbow of Cape Cod, the town of Chatham features a quaint and walkable Main Street with numerous family owned and operated shops, restaurants and businesses. Chatham has a rich seafaring history, a railroad museum, and summer concerts held in a gazebo on Main Street. Beloved by fishermen and sea captains for centuries, the charming coastal town of Chatham, Mass., came into its own as a resort destination in the 1870s when wealthy New Englanders discovered its vistas of sea and shore.
Chatham has long been recognized for its exquisite natural beauty. Picture-perfect streets are lined with 18th-century homes, Cape Cod cottages and glorious gardens. Anchored by the historic Chatham lighthouse, the village boasts a lively, architecturally rich Main Street where merchants cater to locals and strolling visitors from around the world. You won’t find any chain stores here!
The town celebrates its sense of place through well-loved summertime traditions such as free Friday night band concerts, Chatham A’s baseball games and a Fourth of July parade that is a Norman Rockwell painting come to life. In the winter months, Chatham hosts a performing arts festival that culminates with midnight fireworks over Oyster Pond. Nearly surrounded by water and dotted with ice-age “kettle ponds,” Chatham offers a number of beaches, varied water sports and a scenic 4.5-mile bike trail.
The Chatham Railroad Museum, housed in a beautifully restored 1887 depot, features a walk-through of a 1918 New York Central caboose, and there are three other local museums to explore as well as a wildlife refuge.
For these reasons, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the country’s largest private, nonprofit preservation organization, named Chatham, Mass. to its 2007 list of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations, an annual list of unique and lovingly preserved communities in the United States. Chatham was selected from 63 destinations in 27 states that were nominated by individuals, preservation organizations and local communities.
Private Residence with 2 levels
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2500 square feet, 233 square meters
King and King
8 guests maximum
Logan Airport, Boston
2 hours by car
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Exceeded all my expectations! Pictures don't do the property justice. Location was perfect...right in town and easy access to everything. Interior was stunning with immaculate finishes overlooking Oyster Pond. The owner called mid way through my trip to make sure everything was going well, which was a nice gesture. The property manager, Audrey, was first class and very accommodating. Can't wait to come back one of these days! ”