First settled in 1664 and incorporated in in 1712, Chatham’s founding days centered around shipping, whaling, and fishing, and many of its historic buildings reflect that era. Situated beautifully on the elbow of Cape Cod, surrounded by open waters, Chatham’s popularity as a vacation destination began to grow in the late 1800’s helping it become the beautiful summer town it is today. With beautiful beaches, wonderful restaurants, and local shops, Chatham’s quaint and charming small-town appeal helps it remain a cornerstone of Classic Cape Cod. It is also home to today’s featured property.
Built in 1800, masterfully renovated, and located in the luxurious Christopher Ryder House, this lovely colonial style condominium is perfect for relaxation or entertaining. Well-kept grounds and two beautiful patios are perfect for a sunrise cup of coffee or a lively barbecue. Fenced in for privacy, and set near the Eastward Ho Country Club, downtown Chatham, and a short distance from Pleasant Bay, diversions and delights are within easy grasp.
Featuring 2,961 square feet of living space, this property is both elegant and welcoming, with custom craftsmanship and unique features. A bright, open floor plan allows one to flow from the well-appointed kitchen, to the family room, and on to the beautiful dining and sitting room. Entertaining and family options are nearly limitless.
For a quiet space, the study and first floor den offer an excellent retreat. Bright and cheerful, the bright wood paneled walls give a homey feel and the fireplace sets the perfect tone.
Of the home’s three bedrooms, the master suite is the pinnacle of luxury. The private bath features a double vanity and stunning shower. For extra storage the master suite also includes a spacious walk-in closet for the fashion connoisseur.