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Mill Pond - Chatham


2Listings$1.9M-$1B$4.9MTotal Value
Mill Pond - Chatham, Massachusetts

The Mill Pond - Chatham real estate market is a beautiful, but lesser known, marketplace for lake property in Massachusetts.

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    • Counties: Barnstable County
      About Mill Pond - Chatham
      Located in Barnstable County, Massachusetts

      Mill Pond is a saltwater pond located in Barnstable County, in the town of Chatham, Massachusetts. Chatham is situated on the southeastern "elbow" of the Cape, along the Cape Cod National Seashore.

      For international travel, the Boston Logan International Airport is 89 miles northwest in Boston. If you're traveling locally, the Barnstable Municipal Airport is 20 miles west in Hyannis, Massachusetts. The closest location for urgent care is the Cape Cod Hospital, 20 miles west, also in Hyannis.

      When on the Cape, seafood is the name of the food game. Luckily, there are a wide variety of restaurants in Chatham's Village District! Try places like Chatham Squire, Impudent Oyster, the Bagel Shop, and Carmine's.

      A Place to Play

      Mill Pond is a place to play. Not just for the young ones, but for everyone! The most popular activity here is getting out on the water. Whether it's on a boat, a yacht, or a kayak!

      On any given day during the summer, you're likely to see Mill Pond full of boats and yachts. People like to park their craft here when they're taking a break from the nearby Nantucket Sound or the Atlantic Ocean.

      If you're looking for some fun on land, this pond is just a few blocks away from Lighthouse Beach, a large beach known for strong currents and working lighthouse. This beach is the perfect place to sunbathe, swim, or cast a line out!

      Species of fish you'll find close to the shore are striped bass, bluefin tuna, black sea bass, cod, pollock, flounder, and albacore.

      What's Nearby?

      Chatham is filled with many historical places to explore and fun things to do on a warm sunny day!

      Check out the nearby Atwood Museum, featuring a restored 1752 home and additional galleries exploring the history and culture of the region.

      Next, visit the Chatham Railroad Museum. This museum contains old artifacts from an 1887 train station, plus a restored caboose chronicling railroad history.

      Chatham Village is where you'll want to go when you're looking to explore unique local shops! There is a candy store, a cookware store, and an art and jewelry store!

      Visit Plymouth, Massachusetts

      Plymouth, Massachusetts, is 50 miles northwest of Mill Pond. This town makes for a fantastic day trip as it is packed with history!

      Visit the Plymouth Rock Historic Landmark, a waterfront monument showcasing the storied rock where the Mayflower Pilgrims first landed in 1620.

      Check out the Mayflower ll, a full-scale replica of a 17th-century Pilgrim ship with exhibits and tours led by costumed guides.

      Another important spot in Plymouth is the Pilgrim Hall Museum, the oldest public museum in the U.S. Built in 1824, you can find archives of items from the early Pilgrims.

      Need some lunch in between stops at Plymouth? East Bay Grille, Dillon's Local, and Mamma Mia's of Plymouth Waterfront have you covered!

      Pure Luxury on the Cape

      If you're looking for your next real estate move, consider buying property around Mill Pond. This location offers nothing but pure luxury on Cape Cod!