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Chatham, MA

Chatham, Massachusetts 02633

Barnstable County, Lower Cape Cod

Chatham, Massachusetts, is a coastal gem where the art of luxurious living meets the tranquility of seaside serenity. Nestled at the elbow of Cape Cod, Chatham boasts a unique blend of historic charm and modern elegance. Chatham's rich history as an ocean-fishing community, along with being a summer beach resort destination for decades, has resulted in a truly unique hamlet.
Imagine waking up to the soft melodies of seagulls, surrounded by picturesque landscapes of sandy shores and iconic lighthouses. While the residential home styles in Chatham vary widely, they all work together to create a wonderful New England experience that is unique to the Cape. Driving the narrow roads lined with charming homes, with a plethora of peaceful harbor and ocean views, is a fun activity in and of itself.

Chatham, MA

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Villages:  The town consists of five villages Chatham proper, Chatham Port, North Chatham, West Chatham, and South Chatham.

Neighborhood:  Small-town feel with popular pedestrian, family-friendly Main Street, unique local shops and restaurants, and a wonderful movie theater.

Attractions: Chatham Lighthouse, Eldredge Public Library, Chatham Band Concerts (summer concerts at the Chatham Gazebo),  Chatham Marconi Maritime Center, Chatham Pier and Fish Market

Beaches: Lighthouse Beach, Ridgevale Beach (West Chatham), Cockle Cove Beach (South Chatham), Oyster Pond Beach (Chatham), Forest Beach (South Chatham), Pleasant Bay (North Chatham), Pleasant Street Beach (South Chatham), Schoolhouse Pond (West Chatham), Forest Beach (Chatham)

Parks & Recreation: Oyster Pond, Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge

Inns / B&B: Captain's House Inn, The Old Harbor Inn, Carriage House Inn, Surfside Inn, Chatham Gables Inn, Chatham Guest Rooms

Resorts: Chatham Bars Inn

Historical sites / Museums: Atwood House (1752), Caleb Nickerson House (1772), Chatham Railroad Museum (1887), Josiah Mayo House (c. 1820), Marconi Maritime Museum [1914]

Lifestyle:  Chatham offers the perfect style for families, young and old. Once discovered, seldom forgotten.

Chatham offers not only stunning waterfront properties but also a vibrant community that thrives on its maritime heritage. Take in the historic fine Captain's houses, simple summer cottages, classic Cape, Colonial, and Farm Houses, and the fine luxury homes that dot the landscape. Whether you're seeking a charming Cape Cod cottage or a grand waterfront estate, Chatham's real estate market offers a glimpse into a world where coastal dreams become reality. With its captivating blend of natural beauty and timeless allure, Chatham beckons those seeking a refined coastal lifestyle like no other.

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