19 Old Wharf Road, North Chatham, MA
Located in iconic North Chatham, this sea captain's home overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, Pleasant Bay and Chatham Inlet. Boasting one of the best views on Cape Cod, enjoy your morning coffee on the patio watching the sun rise out of the Atlantic. Aptly named Spindrift, the house was originally built in the early 1800s by William Nickerson, Chatham's founder. Travel back in time to Chatham's historic seafaring days. Spindrift offers an unusually warm and inviting atmosphere with beautiful original wide plank floors, graced with rustic fireplaces, including an original beehive oven. As new owners, you may restore Spindrift to her former glory, or create your own history by building the home of your dreams. With 1.3 acres for expansion, take advantage of the 48 foot elevation to create your dream, surrounded by natural beauty and stunning water views. With Spindrift's proximity to downtown Chatham and Chatham Bars Inn, enjoy shopping, fine dining and entertainment at your fingertips! Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy some of the best fishing on the Atlantic, or taking out your sea kayak to explore the numerous inlets and coves. Create your own piece of Chatham history withSpindrift! With 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this home offers a warm and inviting atmosphere that is sure to please. Built in the early 1800's, new owners can keep the house as is, restore it to its former glory or create their own history by building the home of their dreams. With potential to build and expand, new owners can take advantage of the elevation to create a home surrounded by natural beauty and stunning water views.
Located a mile and a half outside of Downtown Chatham, you can enjoy shopping, fine dining and entertainment at your fingertips! Steps down the road, you will find Cow Yard Beach located on Pleasant Bay, just north of Tern Island and Aunt Lydia's Cove. Area residents can moor their boats nearby and have direct access to the Atlantic Ocean via Chatham Harbor. Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in taking out their sea kayak or paddle board to explore the inlets and coves long the shore.
Nestled off Old Harbor Road, this neighborhood is known for its stunning views of the water and is graced with many historic homes that were built during Chatham's maritime days. Handed down through generations, Sprindrift House is now available for you to create your own piece of Chatham history!