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Ryder's Cove Chatham MA

The real estate market is hot in many areas of the country right now, and North Chatham is certainly no exception. In fact, realtor.com just declared North Chatham as number ten on the list of places with the nation’s hottest luxury neighborhoods.

The website credits some of this to wealthy northeasterners in search of a destination outside of the big city. With high demand right now and a limited supply of homes to work with, it’s meant a big boost in home prices.

Right now, the median home list price in North Chatham tops $1.59 million, though a number of the homes in North Chatham currently on the market are easily in the multi-million dollar range. Many homebuyers who’ve come to the area in recent years have snatched up some of the old cottages and

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most expensive chatham sold in 2015

The luxury market is alive and well in Chatham with 68 homes selling for $1M or more in 2015.  The most expensive home to sell in Chatham in 2015 was a Morris Island home located at 96 Tilipi Run, Chatham MA 02633.  This 6 BR | 9 BA | 9,315 SF home offers sophisticated custom craftsmanship and sweeping views of the open Atlantic waters.  This home sold on July 2nd 2015 for $8,200,000 / $880 SF which was 94.3% of asking price.

The top 10 most expensive Chatham homes to sell in 2015 were as follows:

Address Village Neighborhood Selling Price Date Sold
         
96 Tilipi Run Chatham Morris Island $8,200,000 07/02/15
66 Briggs Way Chatham Shore Road $7,550,000 10/01/15
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The Chatham area is full of history and one unique way to experience it is by visiting the Chatham Marconi Maritime Center.  This location offers visitors the opportunity to learn about, while interacting with, the Cape’s historic wireless communications industry.

While the Cape Cod of today stands as a shining example of one of the region’s top places to vacation, fish and own a home, the area is also well regarded throughout history for holding a prime spot in communication technology.  During the early 19th century, a telegraph office in Downtown Chatham acted as a lookout for oncoming ships, and then telegraphed the information about it to the nearest port.  Crossing the Atlantic at this time was sometimes perilous due to the fact that communication

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