Stop & Shop buys North Eastham landmark for $1.3M

11-acre “T-Time” property on Route 6 bought from the Tedeschi family
Stop & Shop buys the T-Time golf range and amusements for $1.3 millionfrom the Tedeschi family.

Is there a Stop & Shop in Eastham’s Future?

Stop & Shop has purchased the 11-acre “T-Time” property at 4790 State Highway in Eastham for $1,300,000 according to Barnstable County Registry of Deeds records. On January 15 TD Riverside LLC sold the property to Eastham Range LLC, a Delaware limited liability company with an address in care of The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company in Quincy.

The seller, TD Riverside LLC, is controlled by the Tedeschi family. TD Riverside purchased the property in 1986 for $237,500 according to Eastham assessing records.

More than just a golf driving range

The T-Time property was listed for $1.495 million last summer, as reported by Cape Cod Today. The complex consists of almost 11 acres of level, cleared land.

One of Cape Cod’s original “roadside attractions”, T-Time is remembered by generations of Cape Codders and visitors for its golf driving range, classic miniature golf, batting cages, arcade games and more. Many parents with very young children first introduced the kiddies to miniature golf at T-Time’s quaint, kid-friendly course.

Long before “adventure golf” took over the family recreation scene, T-Time was the epitome of the “tourist traps” that peppered Route 6 from Eastham to Provincetown in the 1960s and 1970s.

Stop & Shop has stores in Orleans and Provincetown and this location is between them. The T-Time property is about five miles from the Orleans store and 20 miles from the Provincetown store.

Thus far, Stop & Shop remains silent about their intentions for the property.

(Above photo: The T-Time property on Route 6. CapeCodToday.com photo.)


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