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Paul Chatelain

Manager | Sales and Marketing Cape Cod Chatelains

Cape Cod Chatelains

525 South Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

Email Phone: 508.737.4080 Toll Free: 800.244.1592 Fax: 508.906.6332

About Paul

Paul Chatelain was born and raised on Cape Cod. After graduating from the Dennis-Yarmouth school district, he went on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Biology from UMASS, Amherst and a Master of Education from George Washington University. After teaching at D-Y high school, Paul taught at a variety of middle and high schools, primarily Washington International and Hurricane Island Outward Bound, from 2007-2016.  His near decade away from Cape Cod has reaffirmed the fact that it is a great place to live.  Every moment not spent with clients or in the office he enjoys spending outside walking his dog, canoeing, and experiencing nature at its best.

Paul is a licensed real estate agent and serves as manager of marketing and sales with the Cape Cod Chatelains.

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Client Testimonials

Ed and Agnes Chatelain are extraordinary. They were honest, clear, patient and extremely helpful. We purchased a house with them recently in Dennis Port. They were very helpful in listening to our preferences and helping us find the home that was right for us.

Recent Blog Posts

Cape Cod Fireworks Parades and Concerts 2017 - 06.22.2017

Cape Cod is a great place to spend the summer.  In addition to a day at the beach, why not spend an evening enjoying one of the many displays of fireworks across the Cape?  Or take in an [...]

Open Houses - 06.19.2017

We are having an open house extravaganza this weekend!  Four wonderful properties featured from Barnstable Village to East Dennis.  If you are interested in viewing all open houses in the [...]

Things to do in Brewster, Cape Cod MA - 06.07.2017

Ask Agnes: Vol II Again we find ourselves looking for some wonderful things to do on Cape Cod.  This time our 'Ask Agnes' feature explores Brewster and some of its hidden (or sometimes overlooked) gems. Cape Cod Chatelains: 'Hey Agnes, the kids are driving me nuts, what can I do with [...]

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