It's a house with some history and you could be its third owner ever.

A massive mansion dubbed "High Scatteree" is for sale on the Cape and its views of Pleasant Bay are beyond pleasant.

Waterfront homes on Cape Cod are nothing new, but buying one that hasn't been on the market since around World War II seems pretty rare. That is the case for this seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home at 108 Cotchpinicut Road in North Chatham.

The huge 7,200-square-foot home on 2.05 acres of land has been listed by Brian Dougherty of Compass Massachusetts LLC for the first time in over 80 years, with a price tag much higher than the last owners paid for sure.

At $16.5 million, High Scatteree is the most expensive home on the Cape Cod market right now, and we can certainly see why.

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This property seems to have it all. A rose garden, private arboretum and clay tennis courts outside the house -- plus private balconies, private boathouse and 500 feet of private beach.

With the high hedges and long winding driveway setting things back from the main road, this place is nothing but privacy and relaxation. You could spend the day walking through your numerous gardens, dine outdoors in the last of the summer light and then head down to the deep-water dock to catch the sunset over the water.

Bliss by the beach if you ask me. Keep scrolling to see all the lush lawns and vast views at this Cape Cod estate.

Stunning Views and Stately Gardens at this Cape Cod Mega-Mansion For Sale

For the first time since the 1940's, a stunning Cape Cod mansion boasting seven bedrooms and six bathrooms throughout its 7,200 square-feet of waterfront luxury has hit the market.
See the boathouse, tennis courts, private arboretum and seaside rose garden that $16.5 million buys you on this 2.05 acre property dubbed 'High Scatteree'.

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