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Located just off the coast of Massachusetts in the Atlantic ocean, Cape Cod is a beautiful place to live and to visit. Several actors, musicians and TV personalities have lived in Cape Cod. Some of these celebrities grew up in the Cape, and others lived in Cape Cod while filming movies. One famous pop star reportedly made a hefty profit when she sold her Cape Cod abode.

Who is the most famous person who lived on Cape Cod? Taylor Swift tops our list. The “Shake It Off” singer briefly owned a home in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. She reportedly made $1 million profit when she sold the property. John F. Kennedy had a home on Cape Cod where he used to vacation with his family. In 2012, Luke Wilson was spotted spending time on the Upper Cape.

A few celebrities have even owned the same Cape Cod homes. Gregory Peck owned a home in Cape Cod in the 1940s that was previously owned by James Cagney. The Farrelly brothers have owned several properties in Cape Cod. They have also filmed several of their movies in the Northeast.

Are you surprised that so many celebrities call Cape Cod home? Take a look at this list and share your thoughts in the comments section.

Taylor Swift is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Cape Cod Celebrities
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Taylor Swift briefly owned a home in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. She reportedly made $1 million profit when she sold the property.

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John F. Kennedy is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Cape Cod Celebrities
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John F. Kennedy had a home on Cape Cod where he used to vacation with his family.

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