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Charm and Old Cape tradition meet comfort and privacy in this well appointed home! Drive up the 300 driveway, look out over Chatham Harbor and you know you have arrived at a very special place. This 2+ acre estate has over 200 feet of its own private sandy beach. The main house and guest cottage are luxuriously decorated by a well-known New York designer. Large living room, dining room, outdoor dining terrace, and glass sunroom with spectacular views overlooking Chatham Harbor, North Beach, and the Atlantic. Sunroom has a wet bar and 50 TV - great for family gatherings. All 6 bedrooms have their own private bath. The 2 bedrooms in the north wing have central A/C; the south master bedroom and cottage have wall A/C units. Accommodates 12 in 6 bedrooms. Fishing, sailing, boating, kayaking and scenic views await you. Truly an exceptional home in which to enjoy your family vacation. on a salt water beach, screened porch, deck/porch/patio, BBQ-grill, outdoor shower, jacuzzi, central A/C, washer&dryer, dishwasher, microwave, coffeemaker, cable TV, VCR or DVD, high speed internet, no pets, no smoking.120 x 25 English Bowling lawn suitable for bocce, volleyball, croquet, and other lawn sports. 15 min walk to Chatham village. Secluded area: great for walking, running and biking. Mooring available. Wireless internet. As of June 2009 the kitchen has been beautifully renovated with new blue/green granite counter-tops, cork tile floor, William Morris wallpaper, Fisher & Paykel stainless steel refrigerator, and more.** Guest Comments Thank you for sharing your lovely home with us! August 2010 Your home is fabulous. It is a little bit of paradise. The light from the setting sun is beyond description. August 2010 The house exceeded our expectations as we thought that the website photograghs, while quite nice, did not really do justice to the house and property . . . Our grandchildren loved your beach -- especially all the shells and sea life. July 2010.