While all of Cape Cod has an incredibly rich history, Sandwich holds a special place as the oldest town on the Cape. Founded in 1637 by Edmund Freeman, Sandwich is full of reminders of the peninsula’s past, including the Old Town Burying Ground on Grove Street, where the oldest grave in the cemetery was dug in 1639. The Newcomb Tavern, a colonial inn just down the road, was built in 1693. The Dan’l Webster Inn on Main Street has been offering lodging on the Cape for more than 300 years. And to this day, the town hosts the oldest continuous monthly Quaker meeting in the United States. Sandwich has plenty of modern excitement to offer as well, with the Heritage Museums & Gardens, the Sandwich Glass Museum, and tons of charming shops, galleries, and restaurants.
In the Cape’s most historic town, many of the homes are time capsules of their own. If you’re looking to renovate an antique Sandwich home, you want a Cape Cod custom builder that can handle your remodel with experience and expert care. C.J. Riley Builder, Inc. has more than 20 years of custom building experience and is ready to make your vision for your home a reality, emphasizing historic value while incorporating modern upgrades.
If you’re building a new home or addition in Sandwich, C.J. Riley and his team are here to help you every step of the way. Working with C.J. Riley means having answers, with a top team by your side from zoning board meetings, to preparing plans, to putting the finishing touches on your custom building project.
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