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With sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Monomoy Islands, Morris Island is the place where nature and luxury meet in Chatham. Found on Chatham’s south side, Morris Island includes the waterfront neighborhoods of Quitnesset and Stage Island, two of the area’s most prestigious local communities.

It’s not uncommon to find homes topping $1 million on Morris Island, although one of the priciest homes in the area just sold for more the $14 million. The six-bedroom estate enjoys a full two-acres of private property, bordering the nearby Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge.

Other homes in the area also provide easy access to the trails of the refuge, found right next door to the Quitnesset community. You’ll find some of the best views on Cape Cod from the

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Imagine a place where you wake up to unobstructed and exquisite views of the Atlantic Ocean, while surrounded by peaceful wooded acreage and wetlands.  That’s what you’ll find when you become homeowners in the exclusive Chatham location of Morris Island.  Located on the southern end of Chatham, this tranquil oasis offers the unmatched scenery of Stage Harbor and Chatham Harbor, including deep-water access to Nantucket Sound.  It’s much more than just a location for many homeowners; it’s quite simply, a dream come true.

As for the neighborhoods of Morris Island, homes within Stage Island are on Chatham’s south end overlooking both Nantucket Sound and Stage Harbor.  Found off Stage Island Road and Morris Island Road, many of the homes in this enclave include

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The natural beauty of the Cape shines through in so many locations, among them, Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge.  This is the place to experience the Cape in a mostly untouched, natural environment.

The Refuge was started in the 1940’s, originally as a migratory bird habitat.  With eight miles of sand stretching from the elbow of Cape Cod, the area provides the barrier islands of South and North Monomoy.  There are also 40-acres of land on Morris Island making up the property.  This is where you’ll find the visitor center and the site’s headquarters.

If that’s not enough, prepare to take in more than 7,000 acres of freshwater and saltwater marshes, freshwater ponds, oceans and dunes.  The location provides a home and habitat for the Federally protected

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