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Coleman Pond


Coleman Pond, Massachusetts

Coleman Pond real estate is a limited supply market for lake homes and land in Massachusetts.

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      About Coleman Pond
      Located in Barnstable County, Massachusetts

      Coleman Pond is a roughly nine-acre pond located in Barnstable County, in the town of Osterville, Massachusetts. Boston is situated 70 miles north, and Providence is 76 miles northwest.

      The closest location for urgent care is the Cape Cod Hospital, six miles northeast in Hyannis, Massachusetts. The Boston Logan International Airport is 70 miles north, and the Barnstable Municipal Airport is six miles northeast, also in Hyannis.

      When heading to the pond, grab a bite to eat at restaurants in Osterville like Crisp, The Pineapple Caper Cafe, Five Bays Bistro, and Earthly Delights.

      Life on the Water

      Coleman Pond is a great place to spend a day canoeing, kayaking, or fishing. Reports indicate there is medium-sized striped bass here for anglers to reel in!

      Wianno Club

      The Wianno Club, only five minutes from the lake, offers its members an exclusive club with fantastic amenities!

      There is an on-site golf course for members. It has been described as not too challenging but tricky at some points.

      A seasonal kitchen staff cooks meals ranging from casual to cocktail formal. There is a clubhouse used for formal get-togethers, weddings, and more. A pool and a beach are also available for members' use.

      Fun on the Beach

      Right across the street from Coleman Pond is Craigville Beach. This beach is situated on the Nantucket Sound, featuring a large sandy beach popular for swimming, kite surfing, soaking up the sun, and panoramic harbor views.

      Wildlife Observation

      Just a few blocks away is Skunknett River Wildlife Sanctuary, a wildlife refuge offering well-maintained hiking trails and wildlife observation opportunities. Here, you'll see ospreys, waterfowl, and if you're lucky, even an eel in the river waterways.

      Visit Boston

      Boston is less than an hour and a half away from Coleman Pond. This metropolis is well known for its culture, food, and deep-rooted American history!

      Walk the Freedom Trail and get a sense of the coastal city’s revolutionary history. While you’re there, check out Boston’s museums like the Museum of Fine Arts, The John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, and the Institute of Contemporary Art.

      Boston’s historic neighborhoods like North End and Little Italy offer breathtaking architecture and atmosphere.

      There is no shortage of historic sites and monuments in Boston: Bunker Hill, Old North Church, and the Paul Revere House offer a glimpse into the lives that changed American History.

      Why Coleman Pond?

      If you're looking for the best of both worlds in one of the country's premier summer getaways, then take a look at Coleman Pond. It might just be the location of your next lake home!