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The Oldest House in Chatham

The oldest house in Chatham is about to get a new address and a new purpose. Believed to have been built sometime around the late 1600s to early 1700s, the old one-room home can be traced back to the son of the town’s founder, William Nickerson. After failed efforts to sell the property, the owner recently agreed to donate the oldest section of the home to save it from likely demolition. According to records, the home may have been built around 1700, but it was added onto several time... Read More

5 Fun Facts about Living in Chatham

Sure, Chatham is a great place to visit, but if you’ve ever considered a move to Cape Cod, Chatham has plenty to offer its residents, too. While it was a bit hard to narrow it down to just five, we easily came up with five fun facts about living in Chatham. Beautiful Homes To begin with, you’ll quickly discover that Chatham has some beautiful, large homes. Some of the most picturesque seaside homes are easy to see just by take a bike ride down Shore Road. Whether you have your eye ... Read More

Pleasant Bay: Boating, Beach & More

Whether sailing, kayaking, fishing or lounging on the sand, Pleasant Bay presents a wealth of options for Cape Cod visitors and locals alike. Close to Harwich, Chatham and Orleans, the bay is extremely popular with visitors to both Nauset Beach and Barrier Beach.As Cape Cod’s largest saltwater estuary, Pleasant Bay has likely been known by many names over the years. It’s believed Native Americans once called the protected waterway Monomoyick Bay, while an early explorer referred to it a... Read More

Winter Birding on Cape Cod

Photo: kathy1006 Birding on Cape Cod does not have to be left to the busy tourist season. Void of the big crowds, winter can be a great time to do just that. There’s very little traffic during the winter months. While you won’t find yourself fighting the crowds, you will likely spot some birdlife you may not necessarily see in other places. Provincetown, in particular, has several good birding locations during the winter months. If you have the time, consider heading to Herring Cove,... Read More

Where to Walk in Chatham

When you think of Cape Cod you likely envision opportunities to get out on the water or visit one of the Cape’s beaches. But there’s plenty to see and experience just by strolling along one of the region’s many walking and hiking trails. In fact, if you’re looking for a place to explore on Cape Cod that’s a little off the beaten trail, you’ll find a number of different options to choose from. The Chatham area, in particular, is a great place to simply walk around and enjoy the natural... Read More

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