Chatham House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 5)
Lovely guest house on quiet and picturesque Stage Harbor! Right on town way with 30 second walk to the water and use of private beach. Bright, sunny and large great room with sliding glass doors out to South facing wooden deck. Views of Stage Harbor from great room and balcony. Stainless steel applianced kitchen outfitted with all you need. Large bedrooms and master bath with 2 person jacuzzi! 1st floor bedroom has a king bed. 2nd floor bedroom has a full bed and twin. TV, VCR and DVD player in downstairs den and small tv in upstairs bedroom. Outdoor shower and gas BBQ as well as a small West facing porch for a quiet reading spot. Come relax in this quiet corner of Chatham!
A perfect spot for a family getaway - the private beach is quiet and perfect for small children or just relaxing and reading. Chatham is a wonderful, quaint town with shops, great restaurants and picturesque walking. We are on the scenic bike route by Stage Harbor and about a mile walk to downtown, the Oyster Pond Beach and Chatham Light.
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** We keep our calendar current as to what is available.**
Keywords: quiet, peaceful, relaxing, private beach, bright
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Karen Roach
Our family has had a summer home in Chatham since my grandfather bought a vacation home here back in the 50's - before Route 6 existed! We built our home in 2006 and love to come relax and get away at the house. A morning or sunset walk on the beach, dinner at The Impudent Oyster, a visit to the Wellfleet Flea Market - all are great activities we enjoy when we are at the house. We can provide lots of recommendations for other things to do and places to explore on the Cape.
Karen Roach purchased this house in 2006
Why Karen Roach chose Chatham
Our home is on family land owned since the 50's...
What makes this house unique
The quiet relaxing feel of this corner of town, the nice loop to walk / run and the quick walk to the beach to watch the boats bobbing at their moorings and the sailboats zigzagging across the harbor.