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97 Tilipi Run
97 Tilipi Run Kinlin Grover Real Estate

With water views from almost every room and access to a private beach, 97 Tilipi Run in Chatham is the home for anyone who dreams of living in luxury seaside.

And, at a recent selling price of $14,750,000, it also happens to be the largest sale on Cape Cod in five years and the fourth largest in Massachusetts this year, according to Kinlin Grover Real Estate, whose broker associate, Ted Williams, represented the property’s buyers. The seller’s agent was Paul Grover from Robert Paul Properties Inc.

The sale of the estate closed on Dec. 12, the real estate firm said. The home sits atop a bluff on Morris Island and offers residents views of not only the Atlantic Ocean, but also Monomoy Island and Chatham Sound.

Aside from its captivating water views, the estate features six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and four half bathrooms in roughly 11,300 square feet of living space, according to Realtor.com. The home sits on a nearly two-acre plot. 

Tucked behind an iron gate, the estate features an in-ground pool for those who may not want to swim in the open ocean. There’s also an in-home theater with 11 seats and an entertainment room complete with a bar and pool table. Plus there’s an elevator inside for access to all three levels.

For visitors, the property also offers a two-story guest house, plus a circular carriage house with a bedroom, according to Realtor.com.

“Houses at this range are often palatial and overwhelming,” Williams said, “but this house is a very nice, livable scale.”

Make no mistake, the house is “huge,” he acknowledged, noting that it’s the design that makes it feel comfortable.

Along with its many amenities, the home’s landscaping incorporates “natural vegetation,” according to Williams. He added that the previous owners made sure invasive species didn’t grow on the property.

“It feels good to be there,” Williams said of the home.

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