Friday, July 1, 2011

Video of 46 High Street, Edgartown, Massachusetts (Martha's Vineyard) - Located in Edgartown Village but on one of it's less traveled streets, this classic Greek Revival stands elegantly on tree lined High Street...It appears to be a beautifully restored historic home when in reality it is a newly constructed home that will march into the next two centuries and become it's own antique in the future...the design and interior furnishes follow in true traditional style with the contemporary benefit of numerous bathrooms, larger rooms, state of the art kitchen...the attached one car garage and large, finished lower level with bedroom and full bath add to the functionality of this property.

1st Floor: As you enter the stately foyer of this house the high ceilings and large windows take your attention...the light filled living room with fireplace and built in shelves are to the left of the classic stairway...the large, square dining room is open from the living room and the expansive kitchen with granite counter top and high end appliances is located to the right of the dining room...both rooms have sliding glass doors to the deck and yard beyond...a necessary pantry, access to the back yard and garage are beyond the kitchen...a first floor power room and access to the game room on the lower level is located at the back of the foyer.

2nd Floor: The second floor is donated to bedroom space with a large master bedroom,marble and tile bath and large closet located at the front of the house...a second bedroom with private bath is located behind the master suite...two large, light filled bedrooms are on the right side of the house and share the third marble and tile bath...the laundry room off the hall services this floor.

Basement: Completely finished lower level with large window wells which provide a great deal of natural light. It is currently a family room with bedroom, full bath and hook up for a second laundry room. The utility room can be accessed from this space and also through a bulkhead from the backyard.

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