From 1936 to 1951, boys aged 7-14 enjoyed swimming, sailing, rowing, archery, riflery, tennis and baseball at Camp Malabar in Chatham. Today, the main building of the Camp has been transformed into a gracious home with open-concept living areas overlooking the Oyster River.
The seaside camp saw between 40-50 campers at a time housed in small buildings scattered across the grounds. 14 Squanto Drive now offers generous spaces for entertaining and sleeping multiple families–including a separate guest wing with its own kitchen, bathroom and deck–and also boasts a strong rental history.
- Six bedrooms plus guest wing
- 4 full, 1 half bath
- Two kitchens
- 2,665 square feet
- Expansive, sun-drenched decks
- Gas fireplace
- Central A/C
- Deeded beach access
You’ll love taking your kayaks down the scenic path to the river on those lazy summer days! Had too too much sun? Hop inside for a game of chess surrounded by all the charms of yesteryear blending seamlessly with thoughtfully updated modern conveniences.