Harwich Pond Homes For Sale

Harwich Pond Homes

In addition to its miles of rivers and marshes and coastline of sandy beaches, Harwich is also home to a number of freshwater ponds, formed as the glaciers melted thousands of years ago. Many of Harwich's ponds are nestled within conservation lands, providing seclusion as well as shaded beaches and the opportunity to glimpse the Cape's natural beauty at its best.

The popular Cape Cod Bike trail winds in and around select ponds, providing easy access to clear waters for fishing and swimming. The largest pond in Harwich - "Long Pond" is actually the Cape's largest lake as well as inland body of water. Because of its size and depth, Long Pond is a favorite of kayakers and boating enthusiasts and maintains a boat ramp for easier launches as well as two beaches located on either side. Shoreline in and around Harwich ponds is moderately developed with a mix of year-round homes as well as seasonal cottages and beach houses.

This site provides active listings on pond neighborhoods in Harwich with an overview page for each pond community for added convenience.

Blog Posts About Harwich Ponds

Popular Harwich Beaches

With plenty of room for swimming, boating and simply searching for shells, the beaches of Harwich provide a unique option for both residents and visitors.  This location offers a number of beaches to choose from, including both private and public sites. Bank Street Beach One of the most popular is Bank Street.  This beach offers warm water with small waves.  It’s a great location to go searching for shells, but keep it mind it attracts a lot of people during the busier times of the yea... Read More

What Is A Kettle Pond?

While the Cape Cod ocean beaches receive top billing, the Cape is also blessed with a 200+ freshwater kettle ponds scattered throughout the various communities.  A dip in the cool, clear waters of a cherished pond is a favorite Cape Cod memory for residents and visitors alike.  Henry David Thoreau famously visited the Wellfleet ponds in the mid-1800s, later remarking on them in Cape Cod.    While the National Seashore identifies 20 official ponds scattered throughout the beach forests o... Read More