http://www.SandpiperRealty.com - This house was built during the height of the original development of East Chop (originally a barren expanse of land called the Vineyard Highlands). Period photographs show that it
was one of the grandest on the bluff with all the architectural details that capture the elegance and charm of by-gone years. The property is currently held by the third generation of the same family that has held continuous ownership since the late 1930’s when it was
purchased from the original owner.
This classic 1800's shingle style offers quite incredible, postcard, panoramic views over Nantucket Sound to Cape Cod. It is located on a high point of East Chop, near the Lighthouse and offers over 175' of waterfront.
Talke a walk down the stone steps down the bluff to the water with a potential for future swimming dock.
There has been no corruption of the authentic interior detail including original oak paneling, staircases, fireplaces.....nearly 4,000sf on 3 full levels with multiple living spaces, high ceilings, and large windows to the views.
This is an historic masterpiece. This enduring summer community, first settled in the 1860’s and fully
flourishing in the early 1900’s including a private beach club, tennis club and even a golf
course. The golf course gave way to housing in the 1920’s but the other two facilities survive and thrive to present day.
Come live the good life on Martha's Vineyard - they way summers SHOULD be.
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