New to market is this charming three bedroom Oak Bluffs waterfront home that sits high on a bluff overlooking the Lagoon. Tranquil and private on almost a half acre, every window and outdoor space offer magnificent views of the Lagoon complete with boats and stunning sunsets.
The first in the MV Concert Series of events, was Sunday night and well known, broadcaster, writer, poet and humorist, Garrison Keillor performed to a packed Performing Arts Center at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High school.
Last friday, 12th May, Tea Lane Associates closed on 13 Cemetery Road, located in Spring Point on Martha's Vineyards North Shore.
We wrote about Spring Point here , click to read all about the history of the Association.
The 4 bedroom home on 3 acres sold close to asking price for $1,700,000 after just over a year on the market (the home was off market for a period of time before returning to market April 2016).
Edgartown celebrates Mothers Day and welcomes Spring this weekend with the annual Pink and Green Weekend hosted by the Edgartown Board of Trade.
Friday the 12th through Sunday the 14th May, businesses and shops will be offering specials and events include Donaromas 40th Birthday party, Pink and Green Mothers day brunches and the Pink and Green 5K run/walk to benefit Lyme Disease Awareness and MV Cancer Support.
It’s finally starting to feel like spring and after a solid week of rain, we have some sunshine at last.... YAY! The trees are unravelling their new foliage to bring green life to the Island; it's amazing to watch this transformation unfold.
Up island in Menemsha, fish markets are open, and Larsens is offering free chowder with every lobster purchase! Decks are being sanded and fresh paint is being applied to village shops and businesses ready for the "Help Wanted" signs to go up.
If there is one home on Martha’s Vineyard that embodies all that this special island once was it’s The Mondriaan House, at 10 Moshup Trail, Aquinnah.
Martha’s Vineyard has several notable mid-century modern houses built by recognized architects at a time when the island, and especially "up-island", was transitioning from a mostly agricultural community to a summer home destination.