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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Do You Dream Of Owning A Historical Preservation Home In Martha Vineyard?

A historical
Georgian Greek Revival Captain's House in Martha's Vineyard, is a beach house find. This is an exceptional opportunity to own and care for a significant piece of New England's disappearing past. Located on prestigious North Water Street and known as the Martha Vineyard's Fisher-Bliss House this property has been owned and preserved with care by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities since 1966. Listed for sale by Sotheby's International, this expansive home includes a wealth of architecturally important elements ready to be converted into a Vineyard gathering place. Originally constructed in 1832 by master builder Thomas M. Coffin, with Eleven bedrooms, eight fireplaces and gracious living areas spread over three levels. This Martha's Vineyard's historical beach house has sweeping views of Cape Pogue, Edgartown Harbor, and Katama Bay from the Captain's house widow's walks. The house grounds include a beautiful lawn and patio, shared brick driveway, and a detached barn just blocks away from the town's center, harbor landing, beaches and lighthouse. A long term investment for the discriminating buyer, renovations to this Martha Vineyard home has Preservation restrictions and Historic District regulations. Imagine owning a home where summer vacationers come from the world of academia, media, film, politics and royalty. At Beach House Finds we are stimulated by this home.

Listing: $3,650,000 USD

Wallace & Co. Sotheby's International Realty
Property ID# 4117689
MLS ID# 17575

Photo Credit: Sotheby's International International Realty

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