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NAREB Member Directory Nantucket Association of Real Estate Brokers ACK Distinctive Properties 508-330-4432 PO Box 254 Nantucket, MA 02554 ackdp.com

Chatfield-Taylor Real Estate 508-228-5828 PO Box 1881 Nantucket, MA 02554 chatfield-taylor.com

Fisher Real Estate 508-228-4407 21 Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554 fishernantucket.com

J Pepper Frazier Co 508-228-3202 19 Centre Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Jpfco.com

Osprey Real Estate, LLC 508-228-7890 PO Box 955 Nantucket, MA 02554 Ospreyrealestate.comcast.net

Amy Sanford Real Estate 508-332-8692 5 Catherine Lane Nantucket, MA 02554

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 617-723-2737 4650 Route 28 Cotuit, MA 02635 Nemoves.com

Great Point Properties 508-228-2266 1 North Beach Street Nantucket, MA 02554 greatpointproperties.com

Killen Real Estate 508-228-0796 10 Easy Street PO Box 1166 Nantucket, MA 02554 Killenrealestate.com

Real Living Coastal Real Estate 617-697-5857 Coastalmoves.com

Atlantic Associates 617-723-0099 2 Arlington Street, Suite 2 Boston, MA 02116 AtlanticAssociatesRE.com

Coldwell Banker Back Bay 617-247-2909 160 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA 02116

Atlantic East Nantucket Real Estate 508-228-7707 82 Easton Street Nantucket, MA 02554 NantucketRealEstate.com

Compass Rose Real Estate 508-325-5500 137A Orange Street Nantucket, MA 02554 compassroserealestate.com

Bamber Real Estate 508-228-1416 PO Box 26 Nantucket, MA 02554 bamberrealestate.com

Congdon & Coleman Real Estate 508-325-5000 57 Main Street • PO Box 1199 Nantucket, MA 02554 congdonandcoleman.com

Bass Point Realty 508-228-6515 85 Pleasant Street Nantucket, MA 02554 basspointrealty.com

Craigville Realty 508-775-3174 PO Box 216 West Hyannisport, MA 02672 craigvillebeach.com

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Island Properties 508-228-6999 35A Old South Road Nantucket, MA 02554 Islandproperties.com

Denby Real Estate 508-228-2522 2 Thirty Acres Lane PO Box 901 Nantucket, MA 02554 denby.com

Better Homes @ ACK 508-221-1115 PO Box 2726 Nantucket, MA 02854

Douglas Elliman of MA, LLC 617-227-6070 20 Park Plaza; Suite 820 Boston, MA 02116 douglaselliman.com

Boyce Realty 508-257-6962 PO Box 453 Siasconset, MA 02564 Centre Street Realty 508-825-5741 34 Centre Street Nantucket, MA 02554 centrestreetrealty.com

Engel & Volkers 617-936-4194 46 Gloucester Street Boston, MA 02115 Evusa.com Exit Cape Realty 508-499-2200 4527 Falmouth Road Cotuit, MA 02635 exitcaperealty.com

Great Point Properties / ‘Sconset Real Estate 508-257-6335 Post Office Square PO Box 122 Siaconset, MA 02564 Sconsetrealestate.com Grey Lady Properties 508-257-0064 5 Chuck Hollow Road PO Box 2668 Nantucket, MA 02584 greyladyproperties.com Harbor Light Properties 508-680-1367 25B Washington Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Harborlightproperties.com Hunter, Reed & Company 508-325-7000 55 Eel Point Road PO Box 1450 Nantucket, MA 02554-1450 hunterreed.com Islandwide Realty 508-776-5859 PO Box 987 Nantucket, MA 02554 J Feeley Real Estate Group, Inc 508-825-8825 37 Old South Road #6 Nantucket, MA 02554 Cottageandcastleinc.com Jordan Real Estate 508-228-4449 8 Federal Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Jordanre.com

LandVest-Nantucket, LLC 508-325-5090 Anchor Village 37 Old South Road #5 Nantucket, MA 02554 Lee Real Estate 508-325-5800 10 South Beach Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Leerealestate.com LMR Realty 617-982-2299 310 Harvard Street; 2nd Floor Brookline, MA 02446 lmrrealty.com Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty 508-228-1881 37 Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Maurypeople.com Nantucket Realty Advisors 508-367-9557 15 North Beach Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Nantucketrealtyadvisors.com Nantucket Rentals and Sales 917-414-4979 800 West End Avenue New York, NY 10025 Nantucketrentalsandsales.com Nantucket Residential Properties 508-280-4420 3 Lyon Street PO Box 206 Nantucket, MA 02554 nrpre.com

Reinemo Realty 508-680-1839 9 Cachalot Lane Nantucket, MA 02554 Shepherd Real Estate 508-228-5668 Zero Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Nantucket-re.com Tea Rose Realty 508-228-7719 22 Golfview Drive PO Box 19 Nantucket, MA 02554 Territory Real Estate / Blue Flag Development 877-860-2239 10 Post Office Square Boston, MA 02109 Territory.com Vaughan Machado Real Estate 508-228-5062 5 Sesapana Road PO Box 1095 Nantucket, MA 02554 Welch & Associates Inc. 7 Nashaquisset Lane Nantucket, MA 02554 welch-associates.com Westbrook Associates 508-257-6206 PO Box 262 Siasconset, MA 02564 Westbrookrealestate.com William Raveis Real Estate 508-228-9117 12 Oak Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Raveis.com

Massachusetts has a mandatory licensee-consumer relationship disclosure that will be provided to you, the consumer, by the real estate agents that you choose to work with. Please make sure to complete this form with your broker, so that agency is disclosed.

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★ Two outdoor heated pools (family/kiddie and adult lap) ★ Drop-in Day & Evening Kids’ Club Programs (ages 3 to pre-teen)

★ 4,500 sq. ft. fitness facility ★ Award-winning personal trainer, Johnathan Rodriguez ★ Massage treatment rooms, locker rooms, saunas

★ Outdoor hot tub ★ Fitness and yoga classes ★ Breeze Restaurant; poolside dining and bar service

Weekly, old-fashioned New England Clambakes with entertainment

We welcome renters staying in homes of Full Family Members To join, or for more information contact Deb Ducas, Club Manager; clubmanager@thenantuckethotel.com • 508-901-1295

AT THE NANTUCKET HOTEL • 77 EASTON STREET, NANTUCKET, MA 02554 • thenantucketclub.com

Contents Volume 11 • Issue 2 • Early Summer 2019

NAREB Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 NAREB Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Nantucket by the Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

nantucket HOME Real Estate News & Property Listings

Current Issue: Volume 11 • Issue 2 • Early Summer 2019

Visit Nantucket.net Real Estate Nantucket Events

Escape the Modern World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Broker Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133

Home Design & Decorating Landscapers & Lawn Care Build, Repair, & Renovations Building Specialties

Sales: Corinne Giffin sales@nantucketrealestatebook.com 508.228.9165

Editorial: Suzanne Daub homes@nantucketrealestatebook.com

Design: Sarah Morneau Nantucket Home Real Estate News & Property Listings is a publication of the Nantucket Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB), published four times a year. The print version is distributed free on Nantucket & elsewhere; the digital version is available at NantucketRealEstateBook.com. All contents of this magazine, including without limitations the design, advertisements, photos, & editorial content, are copyrighted 2019 by Coastal Internet Access, Inc (CIA, Inc.). No portion of this magazine may be copied, reprinted, or reproduced in any form without express written permission of CIA, Inc.

Cleaning, Caretaking, Property Managers Hardscapes, Gardening, & Fences Green & Eco-Friendly Swimming Pools

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For inquiries about our publishing schedule and details on advertising, email Corinne at sales@nantucketrealestatebook.com. To tell us what you might like to see in Nantucket Home, please email to Suzanne Daub at homes@nantucketrealestatebook.com.

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W here You Can Escape the Modern World by Suzanne Daub Nantucket Island has many areas of natural beauty, but none have the breathtaking drama of the untamed stretch of land known as the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge. The two peninsulas that join at Coskata and continue in a thin finger of land out to Great Point is treasured by many and considered sacred by some. It’s a place where the panoramic views are unmatched and where the canopy of stars sparkles from horizon to horizon—where Nantucket Sound meets the Atlantic Ocean. It’s a place where birds fill the air, fish the sea, and the harsh windswept land habitat nurtures innumerable small creatures. People go there to experience the wonder of nature. It is a place where the great generosity of a few benefit the many.

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some cacti. The distinctive scalloped shape of the six cuspate spits or “points” of Coatue’s shoreline were formed and are maintained by wind, wave, and tidal action. Strong winds buffet the area and storm tides occasionally wash over the narrowest portions, making this portion of the refuge a dynamic beach. Reprinted courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations

Known internationally as a premier fishing location, this refuge has a stunning and diverse assemblage of habitats: coastal, intertidal, wetland, and marine, along with a red cedar savanna and woodland and a mature oak forest with diverse shrubs, vines, herbs, and grasses. Deer, rodents, other small mammals, and insects live and feed there. Grey and harbor seals frequent the tip of Great Point, and harp and hooded seals have also been seen there. And a wide variety of birds use these habitats for finding food and for breeding, including barn swallows, tree swallows, red-tailed hawks, kestrels, osprey, gannets, terns, gulls, northern harrier, and even passerine birds such as summer tanager. Piping Plovers are an indicator species that thrive and are protected in the refuge. Even during the winter months, the shores of CoskataCoatue are home to large numbers of sea birds. This remote 1,117-acre swath of land takes up the northeastern tip of our island. As fragile as it is wild, the refuge includes property owned by the Nantucket Conservation Foundation (NCF), The Trustees of Reservations (TTOR), and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A few cottages and lots within the refuge are still privately owned and inhabited seasonally. The NCF’s Coatue Shorebird Monitor/Ranger lives in a cottage at Bass Point on Coatue from June through early September and monitors and protects rare beach-nesting shorebirds, patrols the properties, and interacts with visitors. The Coatue portion of the refuge includes more than 390 acres of barrier beach and is home to many rare plants and birds, dwarf cedars, and 10 nantucket HOME

Not difficult to access by boat across Nantucket Harbor, Coatue has long been a favored spot for swimming, fishing, and clambakes. In 1883, the two-story Cedar Beach House opened on Coatue, with the steamer Coskata offering a seasonal water taxi service once an hour between Steamboat Wharf and Coatue for summer fun. In 1890, they advertised “the best bathing on the shores of continued on page 90...

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Summer Event Highlights

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Independence Day Celebrations

Festival Season

July 4 at 9 am: Reading of the Declaration of Independence at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, 11 Orange Street.

Nantucket Film Festival: June 19-24

July 4 at 10 am: Downtown celebration begins with a sing-a-long with NCMC artists at the top of Main Street; join them in the National Anthem and America the Beautiful. From 10 to 11:45 am there will be face painting, pie eating contests, watermelon eating contests, a dunk tank, a puppet show, a decorated bike contest, and more.

Preview screenings, Screenwriters Tribute, ”In Their Shoes,” talks and forums. This island festival celebrates screenwriters, storytellers, & filmmakers. Cecily Strong will present this year at an all-female screenwriters tribute. Stars expected to be in attendance for 2019 include Jane Curtin, Leslie Dixon, Ilana Levine, Gillian Jacobs, and Donick Cary. Schedule and tickets at NantucketFilmFestival.org

Nantucket Yoga Festival: July 12-14 The Nantucket Yoga Festival is a community focused celebration that will bring together the very best yoga teachers, wellness experts and healthy living guides. Details & registration at NantucketYogaFestival.com

Nantucket Comedy Festival: July 11-13 This annual summer event brings top comedic talent to Nantucket to benefit Stand Up & Learn program for island kids. This festival opens with a Comedy Kickoff hosted by Vic Henley, a Kids’ Comedy Showdown: Nantucket vs. Martha’s Vineyard, Friday Night Lights: Legends of Comedy, and the Boston vs. NY Comedy SmACKdown, and more. For details and tickets: NantucketComedyFestival.org July 4 at 12 noon: Nantucket’s famous Water Fight between Town firefighters and the Boynton Lane Reserves. If you’re on Main Street, you will get wet! July 4 from 5-6 pm: Games for ages 6-12, including 3-legged races, potato sack races, wheel barrow races, and tug-of-war at Children’s Beach. Balloon Wizard, Bobby Lamb will be on site to create animal shaped balloons for kids of all ages. Free outdoor concert by the Nantucket Music Center Jazz Band at Children’s Beach. July 5 at 9 pm: Fireworks are shot from a barge off of Jetties Beach. Public transportation to Jetties Beach leaves from outside the Whaling Museum on Broad Street for a minimal fee every 15 minutes starting at 6pm. Bring a blanket to sit on, the sand can be cool.

Nantucket Garden Festival: July 16-18 This festival highlights the unique and beautiful garden ecosystems on Nantucket and focuses on the importance of sustainability, conservation & gardening ethics. It celebrates gardening through creative workshops for all ages, garden tours, and family activities. Registration at AckGardenFestival.org

Nantucket Dance Festival: July 22-27 the 12th Annual Dance Fest feature Artistic Director Tyler Angle and world class stars from the New York City Ballet, LA Dance Project, Miami City Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet. The festival includes free programs for all ages and culminates with two evening performances. The Nantucket Dance Festival is a major fundraiser for the Nantucket Atheneum. Tickets at NantucketAtheneum.org continued on page 14...

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Live Music for All Ages u F S Concerts at the Beach... The Town of Nantucket presents outdoor concerts at the bandstand on Children’s Beach from mid-June through mid-August from 6 to 7:15pm: • June 23 - Nantucket Blue • June 30 - Foggy Roots • July 7 - Susan J. Berman with Ray K. Saunders • July 14 - Island Tunes • July 21 - Coq au Vin • July 28 - Island Tunes #2 • August 4 - Restless Leg Syndrome

and... Live music every day outdoors at Cisco Brewery: 5 Bartlett Farm Rd. Local live music every night in The Rose & Crown, 23 S. Water St. Classical Music concerts presented by the Musical Arts Society

Theatre White Heron Theatre: whiteherontheatre.org Making theatre truly transformative with classical, contemporary, and new plays that speak to audiences in timeless ways.

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket: theatrenantucket.org Community theater dedicating to enriching, educating, and challenging artists and audiences of all ages.

July 17 from 6-8 pm: Master Artist Demonstration: C. Robert Perrin July 26 from 6-8 pm: Sky’s the Limit Reception August 7 from 6-8 pm: Master Artist Demonstration: C. Robert Perrin August 8 from 6-8 pm: Not Down on Any Map Reception

July 18-21: The Nantucket Art & Artisan Show A celebration of all things handmade, featuring over 60 local and nationally recognized artisans and highlighting both traditional and modern day techniques: pottery, glass, textiles, folk art, photography, jewelry, sculpture, furniture. This is a benefit for Small Friends on Nantucket. 508-228-6769. nantucketartandartisanshow.org

August 1-3: Nantucket by Design Nantucket Historical Association celebrates the very best in creative and inspirational design with engaging lectures, lively panel discussions, and intimate & grand gatherings. Designers presenting for 2019 include Bunny Williams, Anthony Baratta, Christopher Drake, Cathy Kincaid, Steward Manger, Wendy Kvalheim, and Margot Shaw. NHA.org

... Maritime Fun ... Boat Charters aboard:

The Endeavor - Capt. James Genthner offers daily sailing cruises around the waters of Nantucket Island about a Friendship Sloop. endeavorsailing.com • 508-228-5585 The Shearwater - Whale Watches, Seal Cruises, Harbor Tours, Ice Cream Cruises, Cocktail Cruises, Coastal Clamming, and Flyboarding. shearwaterexcursions.com • 508-228-7037

On the Isle: www.ontheisle.org Building community through theatre, arts, and special events... the living legacy of the ‘Sconset Actors Colony.

Enjoy Island Art + Design ... Artists Association Exhibits and Events Artists Association Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson Gallery, 19 Washington Street June 21 from 6-8 pm: One If by Land, Two If by Sea Reception

June 28 from 5:30-7:30pm: Folk Tales to Fine Art: John Lochtefeld Retrospective grand reception in the Visual Arts Center July 5 from 6-8 pm: Summer Small Works Reception July 6 from 10 am-3 pm: Sidewalk Art Show in Atheneum Garden July 13 from 5 pm: Benefit Art Auction & Gala; tickets: 508-228-0722 14 nantucket HOME

The Lynx - Re-live history aboard an 1812 privateer: hoist the sails, steer the ship, fire the main battery of six-pounder carronades aboard a traditional, square topsail schooner. mid-June through early September. tallshiplynx.com

July 8 through August 26: Whale Oil and Wash-Ashores A 45-minute historic harbor cruise. Enjoy being onthe-water while also learning about Nantucket’s wharves and working waterfront. Departs at 10am on Monday mornings. $20 per person. EganMaritime.org

July 11 through August 29: Maritime Speaker Series At 10 am on Thursday mornings, a variety of local experts will talk about various maritime subjects such as the history of the American Flag and its protocols, the history & mechanics of the Fresnel lens, the art of weaving in miniature, and the Nantucket lightship. Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum, 158 Polpis Road. EganMaritime.org

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Dr. Rocco Monto, Dr. Tim Lepore, and Dr. Frank O’Connor in our new, state-of-the-art operating room

Nantucket Cottage Hospital’s new, state-of-the-art facility features an expanded interventional services area, including two operating rooms, as well as a procedure room. Our team of board-certified surgeons, nurses and anesthesia personnel perform over 700 surgical procedures every year right here on-island, and our operating rooms are staffed 24/7. From routine procedures like colonoscopies and endoscopies, to hernia repair, or shoulder and knee arthroscopies, our surgeons are trained and certified in both general surgery and minimally-invasive laparoscopic techniques. Dr. Frank O’Connor, the island’s newest addition to the surgery team, complements NCH’s longtime surgeons Dr. Tim Lepore and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Rocco Monto, allowing more patients to stay on-island and take advantage of our brand new facility. Ask your primary care provider for a referral for elective procedures. 57 Prospect Street Nantucket, MA 02554 NantucketHospital.org | 508-825-8100

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Nantucket” with “new suits, new bath-rooms, new toboggans, new swings.” Several years after it closed, it burned down in August of 1908. Land on Coatue was donated to the Nantucket Conservation Foundation by the heirs of Marie M. Abbott, Mrs. W.B.H. Sawyer, Mr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Craig, Jr. and Amy Ann C. Doran, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore, Sheron Lowe, Mrs. Hayden Hurley, Laurence Marshall, Bernard and Grace Grossman, Denny Doran and Mrs. J. Cleary, Elizabeth Sharp de Sieyes, and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kozar. To complete the holdings, the NCF purchased some land on Coatue. Also under the stewardship of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation is the barrier beach between Wauwinet and Coskata known as The Haulover. This is the place where fishermen traditionally pulled their dories across the sand from the waters of the inner harbor. This saved them from having to travel clear around the point (which they called Nauma) to get to the fishing grounds. During a storm in 1896, the sea broke through and temporarily converted the peninsula of Coatue and Great Point into an island.

Photo by Quint Waters

The bulk of the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge— from just beyond Bass Point on Coatue, up toward Great Point Lighthouse and down to The Haulover—is owned and in the care of The Trustees of Reservations (TTOR), a private statewide conservation organization. TTOR was established in 1891 “for the purposes of acquiring, holding, maintaining and opening to the public…beautiful and historic places…within the Commonwealth.” It was that mission that inspired the families who donated their land: Mrs. J. Allen Backus, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sziklas, and Christopher K. Lohmann and Pamela Fezandie Lohmann, and the Backus Trust.

Photo by Quint Waters

Landward of Coskata Beach and the Head of the Harbor lies Coskata Woods, a mature maritime oak forest with gnarled, windblown trees. Below the forest canopy are freshwater and saltwater swales teeming with hidden wildlife. Coskata Pond serves as a nursery for fish, softshell clams, and quahogs. The ridges and valleys of The Glades are separated by a few vertical feet, and they support plants characteristic of both a salt marsh and a maritime shrubland. Just before The Galls is New England’s largest red cedar savanna and woodland, known simply as “The Cedars,” and beyond The Galls is Great Point Lagoon, whose fluctuating water levels support changing plant life. In 1883, Coskata Lifesaving Station was built on Coskata Beach, just over 2 miles south of Great Point Lighthouse. It was the surfmen of this Coskata Station, led by Keeper Walter N. Chase, who rescued the crew of seven aboard the Canadian schooner H.P. Kirkham caught in a heavy gale on January 21, 1892. This tale of fearlessness and perseverance that occurred fifteen miles off of Great Point on the Rose and Crown Shoal is told at the Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum on Polpis Road. The surfmen were awarded silver medals to acknowledge that the crew of the Kirkham “were saved only by the utmost skill and bravery and were brought to land after battling for twenty-three hours against wind and sea.” The Coskata Station was abandoned in 1953. Great Point Light was built in 1785, to help mariners navigate the passage between Great Point on Nantucket Island and Monomoy Island at Cape Cod. When the lighthouse was first built, there was not a keeper’s house built with it until 1825. The early keepers had to either walk or ride on horseback the seven miles to their post. They had to use a boat to get food and supplies. The original wooden tower was destroyed by fire in 1816, and a new stone tower was built in 1818. This lighthouse stood for 166 years. Between 1863 and 1890 there were 43 wrecks near Great Point Light. In 1955, the lighthouse was automated, ending the continued on page 110...

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need for the solitary watch. During a severe storm in March of 1984, the stone lighthouse collapsed, and a few years later, in 1986, federal money was set aside for the building of a new Great Point Lighthouse, 300 yards west of the site of the old tower. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for the land around Great Point Lighthouse, which they call the Nantucket National Wildlife Refuge. According to their Vision Statement: Nantucket National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), though diminutive in size, is an important part of a larger area aptly named Great Point...It will continue to be managed as a special place for breeding, wintering, and migratory wildlife. We will continue to provide opportunities for quality, compatible, wildlife dependent experiences for the public... Through strong partnerships, we will promote ecologically responsible use of the property, and continue to promote public awareness about the intrinsic value of dynamic coastal ecosystems.

Lang, getting a vehicle stuck while driving through the refuge “will change your entire schedule: there is no easy way to get unstuck.” It’s best to set aside a full day to explore this wild and beautiful section of Nantucket Island, but if time is limited, Lang recommends that a visit to the beach just beyond The Haulover is worthwhile, “Simply driving onto the beach at marker 1 is a breathtaking experience...something not to be missed...we do it on a regular basis, and it is still thrilling.” Another option is hiking. According to Lang, more people are visiting the refuge on foot. “This year we want them to sign in and sign out at the Gatehouse for safety: we want to make sure no one gets lost...a five-mile walk on the sand can be more of a challenge than people realize...they don’t always think ahead to bring sunscreen, bug spray, water...and it is difficult to get cell service.” The Gatehouse is open daily from 9am to 5pm during June and from September to Columbus Day. Hours in July and August are daily from 8am to 6pm. The beach is closed from 10pm to 5am. The easiest way to see the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge, and the best option for your first visit, is to take a guided tour. The Trustees of Reservations offers 2.5-hour tours frequently through the summer season. The experienced

Photo by Quint Waters

Access to the refuge is limited to narrow, soft sand roads that can only be traversed by four-wheel drive vehicles. A valid Oversand Vehicle Permit is required and can be purchased at the Wauwinet Gatehouse on the Wauwinet Road between May and October. Portions of the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge are closed to vehicles between May and August to protect rare and endangered nesting shorebirds. The properties are patrolled daily by the NCF Ranger, staff members of The Trustees of Reservations, and the Massachusetts Environmental Police. Visitors to the refuge who have little experience driving in sand would be better off taking one of the tours offered by The Trustees of Reservations. According to TTOR Stewardship Manager Diane 110 nantucket HOME

TTOR guide drives a 4x4 over-sand vehicle on the trails and will point out and explain the flora and fauna and different habitats. Occasionally the tours may include a climb of Great Point Lighthouse. “TTOR has a license with the Coast Guard: we maintain the lighthouse and are granted access,” Lang explained. At certain times,“if there are volunteers available, we may open the lighthouse for an hour and permit visitors to climb.” Look for notification at The Gatehouse to see if lighthouse access is available the day of your visit. Tours cover large portions of the refuge, but much of the 1100-plus acres are not accessible. “We stay on the trail system: we do not go into the Glades,” Lang explained. “We drive through the cedars continued on page 136...



Entering our final phase of development. It’s time to start calling Nantucket your home away from home.


Infinity edge pool Har-tru tennis court Club house with fitness center Landscaped park Children’s play structure Bocce ball court




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Beautiful, brand new, 3 and 4 bedroom homes available Prices start at $1,695,000 Central location between Town and Surfside



Turnkey Estate / Swimming Pool & Spa / Garage & Studio / Room for Additional Dwelling $15,995,000 / Jane Miller


West End Views / 1.58 Acres / House & Cottage / Rental History $5,600,000 / Peter Dupont

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554




Private Estate / Pool, Spa, Putting Green / Extensive Perennial Gardens $5,995,000 / John F. Trudell, III



Town / 6 Bedrooms / 4.5 Bathrooms / House & Cottage $3,995,000 / Meg Ruley

Deeded rights to private harbor & beach / Designer built home / Pool Permit $3,495,000 / Linda Bellevue

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554





6 Bedrooms / High-End Finishes / 4000 sf / Open Floor Plan $3,395,000 / John F. Trudell, III

Historic District / 4 Bedrooms / 2.5 Bathrooms / Charming Gardens $3,095,000 / Ken Beaugrand & Linda Bellevue



Swimming Pool / 5 Bedrooms / Rental History $2,375,000 / Christine Whelden

Renovated Historic In Town / 2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / Off-Street Parking $2,195,000 / Ken Beaugrand & Linda Bellevue

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554





Classic Anitque / Roofwalk / Full Basement / Off-Street Parking $2,750,000 / Ken Beaugrand & Mary D. Malavase

Magnificent Water Views / Multiple Decks / 3 Bedrooms / 3 Baths $4,395,000 / Lisa Sherburne



2.3 Acre Lot / House & Garage / Expansion Opportunities $2,150,000 / Melinda Vallet

4 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / In Town / Oversized Lot / Near Bikepath $1,850,000 / Meg Ruley

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554





Circa 1840 / 5 Bedrooms / Large Yard $1,800,000 / Penny Dey

Substantial House / 3/4 Acre Lot / Close to Town $1,465,000 / Penny Dey



Nantucket Classic / Room to Grow with 1.5 Acres of Privacy $1,495,000 / John F. Trudell, III

In-Town Compound / 3 Dwellings & Garage / Rooftop Harbor Views $2,195,000 / Ken Beaugrand

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554





2 Bedroom, 2 Bath / Deeded Harbor & Beach Access / Garage $1,295,000 / Linda Bellevue

3 Bedroom, 3 Bath / Fabulous Back Yard / Updated Kitchen $1,175,000 / Meg Ruley



Elegant Side-by-Side Duplex / 3 Floors / Lovely Yard $975,000-Unit A /$925,000-Unit B / Penny Dey

Turnkey with Room to Expand / Unfinished Basement $425,000 / John F. Trudell, III

L AND SUBDIVISION IN CENTRAL LOCATION: Over 2 acres / possiblity of 7 lots - multiple uses / $3,750,000 / Penny Dey

SCONSET: 1.3 acres / Quiet lane just a short distance to the village, beaches and golf course / $1,300,000 / Linda Bellevue

FABULOUS FOURSOME: One acre with four separate lots and four separate dwellings / Convenient, central location $2,950,000 / Ken Beaugrand

TOM NEVERS - HEAD START ON BUILDING: 1,450 sf foundation / 3-bedroom septic and well already installed $895,000 / Mary D. Malavase

SECLUDED LOT OFF CLIFF ROAD: Oversized lot on Private Way, near West Moor Club, Steps Beach and close to Town $1,795,000 / Mary D. Malavase

QUIDNET: Half-acre lot / Close to Sesachacha Pond $950,000 / Ken Beaugrand & Erikka Perkins

Heidi Drew, ABR, RSPS, SRS • Ken Beaugrand Linda Bellevue, GRI, CBR Peter DuPont Alison K. Forsgren, e-pro, NAR Green, SRES

Penny Dey, GRI, ABRM

Mary D. Malavase, ABR, RSPS, TRC, SRS, SFR Jane Miller, RSPS, ABR Erikka Perkins Meg Ruley, RSPS, ABR Geri Walker, Office Manager

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554


Lisa Sherburne, RSPS, ABR John F. Trudel III, SFR Melinda Vallett Christine Whelden, ABR Mike Hagan, Office Assistant


82 Easton Street | 508.228.7707 | NantucketRealEstate.com



Protected panoramic views over 95 acres of waterfront conservation land, Nantucket Harbor and Salt Pond and deeded harbor and beach access. Designed and furnished by award winning architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen to enjoy the preserved natural landscape that surrounds the property. Approved for in-ground swimming pool and the option for a 4th bedroom.


Broker, GRI, CBR (m) 5 0 8 . 3 2 5 . 2 7 0 0 (o) 508.228.7707 x 235 Linda@NantucketRealEstate.com

Lovely Darling Perfect in-town tranquility, Darling Street is the road less traveled in the Historic District. This 4+ bedroom, 2 ½ bath house has three floors of living with a wonderful open floor plan, ideal for today’s lifestyle. The gorgeous pa o with mature landscaping and the surrounding yard provides outdoor entertaining space. Off street parking and poten al for expansion are added benefits. po $3,095,000

Ken Beaugrand, BROKER

Ken@NantucketRealEstate.com | 508-345-1785 | 508-228-7707 x 216

Deligh ul In Town Antique Located on one of the highest points in Town and updated with a roof walk with overviews of the harbor, this lovely home has 6 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths and off street parking. There are 6 working fireplaces, a cozy pa o and a full unfinished basement. $2,750,000

Ken Beaugrand, BROKER

Ken@NantucketRealEstate.com | 508-345-1785 | 508-228-7707 x 216

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Spacious and Private Nestled on an oversized 11,000 sf lot, steps from the Oldest House, this beautiful in-town property features a four bedroom, three and half bathroom main house complemented by a two bedroom, one bathroom guest cottage. As per MA Law 41-81L, this property has the potential to be divided into two separate properties. Renovated in 2012, both homes offer amenities, including central air, updated kitchens and bathrooms, open family living areas, welcoming outdoor spaces, outdoor showers, and plenty of off-street parking.

Town Living 10 Sunset Hill,Town $3,995,000

Listed by Meg Ruley Wonderful Home & Amazing Yard This three bedroom, three bathroom home is conveniently located in Naushop. The house boasts two master suites; features an open living, dining, and kitchen area (renovated in 2014); and a partially nished basement with a game-room, laundry and storage zones. The property has a spacious and private yard, large deck, and a storage shed. The Naushop Association provides access to the pool, tennis courts and playground.

Nestled in Naushop 9 Gold nch Drive, Naushop $1,175,000

Listed by Meg Ruley Charming Cape This well maintained four bedroom, two bathroom Cape is located in Town, on the way (via the bike path) to Cisco Beach, Cisco Brewery, 167 Fish Market, and Bartlett’s Farm. The mature landscaping, nice perennial gardens, and spacious yard offers privacy. There is remaining ground cover for a garage or second dwelling. Owner is a licensed real estate broker and listing broker is related to the seller.

Perfect Location 53 Milk Street, Town $1,850,000

Listed by Meg Ruley

ACK Broker Of ces of Atlantic East Nantucket Real Estate 82 Easton Street Nantucket, MA 02554

Jane and Meg of ACK Broker offer three essentials to realizing your vision for life on Nantucket.

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Lincoln Circle Lifestyle Everything you could want in your summer home is included in this stunning compound, nestled in the heart of Lincoln Circle. The gambrel roofed, expansive main house features water views from 1st and 2nd oors, six bedrooms, six baths, and two half baths over three full oors. The huge great room with replace, open kitchen, and dining area overlook the pool and cabana area and open out onto a wrap-around porch with dining and seating areas. The nished lower level is perfect for home entertainment, and the third oor landing provides easy access to the roof walk…the perfect spot for watching the reworks! There is a generous yard, with pool, spa, great entertainment space, and a garage that includes a studio and bath above it. This property is two lots, ANR, and has room for an additional dwelling. A must-see, this property is turnkey, close to town, and across the road from Steps Beach.

Nestled in the Heart of Lincoln Circle 16 Lincoln Avenue, Cliff $15,995,000 Listed by Jane B. Miller

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Kitchen and great room Jane and Meg of ACK Broker offer three essentials to realizing your vision for life on Nantucket.

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Sophisticated Oceanfront Beach House $13,800,000

This stunning waterfront property on nearly an acre of land is surrounded by over 20 acres of preserved land and boasts breathtaking views from every room. This beachfront home was exquisitely designed by Botticelli & Pohl and built with amazing attention to detail by Shay Construction. You will enjoy every amenity in the 4 bedroom, 6 bath main house with over 4,300 square feet of living space. The property also has a cottage with a 2-car garage and artist's studio. Extensive indoor/outdoor entertainment areas with oversized deck and patios, natural landscaping, in-ground pool and spa and custom stone fire pit, along with direct access to the beach complete this turnkey, unrivaled property. Property includes neighboring 1.44 acre parcel. Offered furnished.

Lisa Sherburne | BROKER, ABR, RSPS Penny Dey | BROKER, GRI, ABRM

82 Easton Street |M: 508-560-0204 | Lisa@NantucketRealEstate.com

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A rare find in today’s market – this sweet little house on Pine Street has two dwellings. 1st floor is a 2 bedroom, open kitchen / dining / living room, bath and private patio. 2nd floor has 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a sunny living / dining room, a galley kitchen, TV room / office and sun deck. Off-street parking for 2 cars, a garden and a storage shed. Ample room for expansion! $1,595,000 • Listing Broker: Cynthia Sadler Lenhart

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Sales and Rentals Westbrook Real Estate is a full-service real estate office offering vacations rentals and property sales in all areas of Nantucket. Our inventory of rental properties includes small and large beach cottages, houses in Town and Sconset, and estate properties. We are members of the Nantucket Association of Real Estate Brokers and can show any property listed for sale on Nantucket and list properties for sale with the multi-listing service. We offer Buyer and Seller Representation.

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For Sale l 15 Hedgebury Lane

Hedgebury Lane with Expansion Possibilities on a ½ acre lot l $4,595,000 Custom-built home built in 2011, located at the end of beautiful Hedgebury Lane. Close to a half-acre lot, and walking distance to Town. This beautiful 4-bedroom, 4.5-baths home has every modern amenity, with the possibility for a main house to be built with a footprint 20% larger than the existing home adjacent to the current structure. Heated pool surrounded by a large bluestone patio and gardens with finished cabana, wired for cable and stereo with a large outdoor shower. Oak floors, custom mill work and built-ins are a must see. Please call for more details or an appointment to preview this special property.

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189 Eel Point Road l $7,995,000 Eel Point Waterfront Property with extraordinary views on exclusive Eel Point. Short walk to the beach. Overlooks acres of conservation land, Madaket Harbor, Tuckernuck, and Nantucket Sound. This is the last large (4.3 acres) lot before the ocean. Live in this beautiful open-space house with water views from every room, while you design your new secluded estate. Simply the best of both worlds.

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geologically, the island was created by the last glacier, how Nantucket got its unique collection of plants and wildlife, how and when Native Americans and European settlers impacted the island's natural world, conservation efforts, and what the future may hold for Nantucket. WalkNantucket.com

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July 19: Nantucket Preservation Trust Summer Lecture & Luncheon

Maria Mitchell Association

featuring a presentation by Gil Schafer, award-winning architect and author of the new book “A Place to Call Home.” Attendees will enjoy a lunch to follow at the Great Harbor Yacht Club. For reservations, call NPT at 508-228-1387. NantucketPreservation.org

mariamitchell.org for summer schedule With its Aquarium, Natural Science Museum, Historic Mitchell House, Vestal Street Observatory, and the Loines Observatory, the Maria Mitchell Association offers new exhibits and programs to quench everyone’s thirst for science education and research.

Walking Tours focusing on Nantucket History

Tours of the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge

Walk the Old Historic District with a Nantucket Historical Association guide. Enter the Quaker Meeting House & the Hadwen House, and learn about the people, places, and events that transformed Nantucket. Tours depart from the Whaling Museum lobby, rain or shine.

book online at www.ttor.org/ccwr The ultimate Nantucket adventure: a 2.5 hour 4x4 oversand vehicle van-tour where you’ll learn about the history of the area and about the flora & fauna that call the Refuge home. Tours at 9 am and 1 pm on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through October 14

And on June 19, meet at 11 Centre Street for a free walking tour of upper Main Street from 10 to 11:15 am with Nantucket Preservation Trust.

Linda Loring Nature Foundation

Nantucket ’s Natural World

llnf.org for summer schedule The Linda Loring Nature Foundation is dedicated to being stewards of the property and fostering learning that promotes environmental literacy. Walking trails, field trips, environmental education programs, and collaborative activities with partner organizations.

Nantucket Walkabout Guided Wilderness Hikes Offering natural history walks on Nantucket's protected lands all over the island. Hikes inform on how,

OCEANFRONT BEACH HOUSE New, custom designer built waterfront property / 4-bedroom house and cottage / 2-car garage and artist’s studio on nearly one acre / In-ground spa and stone fire pit / Furnished / Includes neighboring 1.44 acre parcel / Surrounded by 20 acres of preservation land $13,800,000 / Lisa Sherburne & Penny Dey

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Broker Directory

Compass Rose

Real Estate, Inc

Cynthia Sadler Lenhart Principal Broker, Owner C: 508.325.1648 • T: 508.325.5500 cynthia@compassroserealestate.com 137A Orange St., Nantucket, MA 02554

Always trust your Compass!

ALEXA COLEMAN T 508.228.2266, ext 136 C 508.221.2776 alexa@greatpointproperties.com 1 North Beach Street, Nantucket, MA 02554




T 508.228.2266, ext 113 C 508.450.3379

T 508.228.2266 C 508.901.1999



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T 508.228.2266, ext 114 C 508.221.0888

T 508.228.2266, ext 135 C 508.737.0134



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SAM PARSONS T 508.228.2266, ext 119 C 508.332.0682 sam@greatpointproperties.com 1 North Beach Street, Nantucket, MA 02554


Broker Directory

Bruce Beni, Broker

Dan Dunlap, Broker

cell: 508-280-6131 bruce@leerealestate.com

cell: 508.257.1152 dan@leerealestate.com

508-325-5800 l 10 South Beach Street l Nantucket, MA 02554 l leerealestate.com

508-325-5800 l 10 South Beach Street l Nantucket, MA 02554 l leerealestate.com

Shellie Dunlap,

Peter Engen, Sales Associate

Broker & Rental Specialist cell: 508.901.9890 shellie@leerealestate.com

cell: 781.710.1277 peter@leerealestate.com

508-325-5800 l 10 South Beach Street l Nantucket, MA 02554 l leerealestate.com

508-325-5800 l 10 South Beach Street l Nantucket, MA 02554 l leerealestate.com

Joe Lloyd, Broker cell: 617-571-1897 joe@leerealestate.com 508-325-5800 l 10 South Beach Street l Nantucket, MA 02554 l leerealestate.com

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Jack Bulger

Mark Burlingham

OFFICE 508.228.9117 MOBILE 508.221.0829

OFFICE 508.228.9117 MOBILE 949.861.1451

E-MAIL Jack.Bulger@raveis.com

E-MAIL Mark.Burlingham@raveis.com






Kenny Hilbig

Sue Jemison



OFFICE 508.228.9117 MOBILE 508.907.3311

OFFICE 508.228.9117 MOBILE 610.301.3002

E-MAIL Kenny.Hilbig@raveis.com

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Robert Young

BROKER ASSOCIATE OFFICE 508.228.9117 MOBILE 508.325.1571 E-MAIL Robert.Young@raveis.com

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where there is heavy growth, bugs, and wildlife we don’t want to disturb...[for example] Piping Plovers are extremely vulnerable and they nest in vulnerable areas...their chicks are extremely vulnerable. From laying the eggs to the egg hatching, anything could happen...Where we go is decided day-to-day: three weeks can make a big difference out here. It’s such a remote place—it’s an adventure!” 136 nantucket HOME


Diane Lang, who has worked with the Trustees since 2005 and guided TTOR tours before she was made TTOR stewardship manager, explained that every tour is different. “The property is unique and things change so often...One of my favorite parts is watching a sophisticated businessperson become awestruck and ask question after question. The overall experience of being able to leave everything behind and see a part of the world that is fairly untouched is the best part of taking the tour... I used to end my tours with ‘Welcome back to civilization.’” The TTOR tour schedule is available at t h e t r u s t e e s . o r g /p l a c e s - t o - v i s i t /c a p e - c o d islands/coskata-coatue.html, where you can also purchase tour tickets. All ages are welcome, but dogs are not permitted on the property from April 1 through September 16, not even if they are kept in the car. “It is a privilege to visit this property: we appreciate everyone who understands that and follows the rules and regulations to help it stay in its very special state.”

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Nantucket Home Magazine, Vol. 11, Issue 2, Early Summer 2019  

Real Estate Broker Directory, Upcoming Events, Escape the Modern World, Real Estate Numbers and more...

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