Roberta, aka, Bonnie and Dick would like to share her childhood home with you this summer to experience the wonders of Cape Cod. Her father Wally MacPherson built this home in 1950 with help of his brothers, for his wife and four children. Bonnie and Dick spent summers here with their children until they moved back to Eastham in 1992 to make this their home once again. They are semi-retired and are lucky enough to enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren who also live and work on the Cape.
What is special about this property?
Now it is your turn to enjoy Mac's Way and explore : the wooded forests, the vernal pools, climbing Doane Rock, walking to Coast Guard Beach, Kayaking through the Nauset Estuary to the outer beach, biking or driving to all of the bay beaches and ponds, Fort Hill, Red Maple swamp, White Cedar swamp, The Cape Cod National Seashore visitor's center, Eastham windmill and our new library. You can always find a variety of good restaurants, ice cream shops, mini golfing, and our Wellfleet Drive-in theater. After exploring Eastham, the many quaint towns of the Outer Cape are within a short drive. Be sure to visit Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown! A little further south on the Lower Cape you can stroll through Orleans, Chatham and Brewster.