About the property
- House1230 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 7 nights
House, 2 Bedrooms + Sleeping Porch, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 5)
This charming and totally renovated (see updated pictures below) Chatham home is on a private road in a downtown neighborhood of exclusive homes. Its ideal location enables you to walk to Lighthouse Beach about (1/2 mile) and 1 block from downtown Chatham. Also, Oyster Pond Beach is a convenient 2 minute walk for a day at the beach. The two-story home is comprised of a living room, kitchen with breakfast bar, two bedrooms, sleeping porch with a daybed and a bath plus an outdoor shower.
Just around the corner is a large park for all kinds of outdoor activities. Enjoy the many activities that Chatham has to offer: upscale shops and restaurants, Friday night band concerts, fresh fish from the Chatham fish pier, and the popular Cape Cod Baseball League games. Downtown shopping is spectacular!!
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- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 16, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Cute, cozy, convenient, and comfortable
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The home was perfect for us. Very clean with great layout and furnishings. Easy walk to town.
Cozy Chatham Home
My wife and I and my mother spent four nights at this home in mid March. It is a wonderful place to stay - very quaint and cozy,, on a beautiful back street within just a short walk to Chatham's main street. If you are looking for charm and a sense of place then this is the perfect place to stay while visiting Cape Cod. We found the residence clean, well supplied and everything in good working order. I especially enjoyed the reading room, the dining room and the cozy upstairs bedroom. Thank for sharing ...
Cozy and Comfortable
We really enjoyed this "quaint and cozy cottage"!
It was very comfortable and had everything we needed.
The best part was the close proximity to town! The owner
was very easy to work with. I would definitely recommend this
The house is amazing and had everything we needed!
We greatly enjoyed our stay! The house is beautiful and very comfortable! The location is perfect! We parked our car most of the week and walked to down town, Oyster Pond, Light House Beach, and the Chatham Anglers Baseball field. We would absolutely stay here again!
Family of four ~
Fantastic Chatham home within walking distance of Main Street and lots more!
We had a wonderful 11 night stay at 34 Shattuck Place in Chatham. Easy to book and the owner was very helpful ahead of time answering questions. The house was as promised on arrival. Beautiful, quaint, all as hoped for! We loved being based there and had a BBQ there most evenings sitting out on the front lawn. Great BBQ too! Our boys loved the front porch and garden (ages 2 and 4). We enjoyed walking to the windmill at the end of the street, Oyster Pond, the park, the baseball field and the fire station. I'd highly recommend this house and location. Thank you Tom!
Great little house, incredible location
One of the best locations in town - walking distance to Main St, oyster pond and restaurants. Will definitely come back
Sticking out like a sore elbow (and out of the way of much of the Cape's tourist flow), Chatham was one of the first spots to attract early explorers. Samuel de Champlain stopped by in 1606 but got into a tussle with the prior occupants over some copper cooking pots; he ended up leaving in a hurry. The first colonist to stick around was William Nickerson of Yarmouth, who befriended a local sachem (tribal leader) and built a house beside his wigwam in 1656. One prospered; the other -- for obvious reasons -- didn't. To this day, listings for Nickersons still occupy a half-page in the Cape Cod phone book.