This antique Greek revival gem lovingly restored and maintained is located in town with water view of the closest saltwater beach, Oyster Pond. The Isaac Bea is one of two townhouses located in this family estate. Each has three bedrooms, one downstairs and two upstairs. The bathrooms have the original ball and claw footed tubs. \n\nThere is a new private outside shower where you can see the water as you take a shower. There is a large, new spacious deck where you can sit in the sun, enjoy views of the water, and feel the breezes from Nantucket Sound. There is a Weber gas grill and a picnic table in the garden as well as on the deck and many private places to sit quietly and read a book under a great shade tree. \n\nThe baseball park where the Chatham As play is across the street as well as the community center and a playground. \n\nStep into the front door and witness all the original Greek revival details, which includes the wide pumpkin pine floors. This in-town house was converted back from an art gallery to living space in 2011. Three bedrooms with the first a guest room off of the kitchen with its own ''water closet. '' The eat-in kitchen has a new gas stove and an original farmer's sink and dishwasher and all one needs to prepare any meal. \n\nThe largest bedroom has a new king size bed and welcomes the morning sun. The bathroom has its original ball and claw foot soaking tub and hand held shower. The second bedroom provides a new queen size bed, and is located downstairs. The third bedroom with water views overlooking the gardens has two antique twin beds. \n\nThe caretaker and owner is a nurse, artist and avid gardener. There is always an organic vegetable and herb garden with extras to share. She calls her garden the ''Chatham Hare Farmlet. '' The garden spaces are a wonderful surprise right in the center of Chatham!!!