Chatham, MA 02633
5 beds | 3 baths | 2305 sqft
Nestled in a four acre secluded bucolic setting on the shores of Pleasant Bay with views of Strong Island, the Chatham Bar and the Atlantic beyond, sits a beautiful antique homestead built in 1780 as part of the Isaiah Nickerson Farm.The dwelling has been owned, loved and enjoyed by the current owners since 1977, with only two previous owners since 1780.There are few properties like this left on the Cape, where the only sounds you hear are those of nature, the gentle splashing of waves and the muted sound of passing boats.There's an outdoor shower to wash away the sand and salt after a day on the beach, which is steps away.The inside of this farmhouse tells stories of its own with three fireplaces, which were the house's source of warmth during the 17 and 1800's and a central chimney that anchors its antiquity. Perhaps the best part of this 5 bedroom, 3 bath home is its protection from the ascending waters due to global warming. Renovate, add on or design a structure of your own, this property is one of the most beautiful and private settings left on the Cape.
Listing Office: Compass
Listing Agent: Mary Ann Yarmosky
Last Updated: January - 19 - 2021
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