Nantucket Home Magazine, Vol. 16, Issue 1, Spring 2024

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Vol 16 Issue 1 Spring 2024 Vol 16 Issue 1 Spring 2024


On behalf of the Execu琀ve Board of NAREB, welcome to Nantucket!

There are many sources of informa琀on about real estate on Nantucket and we are pleased to offer this consolidated guide that addresses the most common ques琀ons asked by buyers.

About the Nantucket Associa琀on of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB)

NAREB was founded in the mid 1980’s by the few principal brokers opera琀ng on Nantucket at that 琀me. They felt that the island community would be be琀er served by having an organiza琀on of real estate professionals who worked in a coopera琀ve manner, had consistent standards and shared informa琀on.

Founding members included local real estate legends Grace Coffin, Marjorie Colley, Hammie Heard, Ann Killen and H. Flint Ranney. In the early years, before the advent of computers and the internet, the organiza琀on had fewer than a dozen members and no mul琀ple lis琀ng service. Mee琀ngs were held in the back room at the historic Jared Coffin House and lis琀ngs were simply adver琀sed in the local newspapers. Today, there are more than 50 NAREB member firms comprised of brokers, sales associates and associate appraisers.

In addi琀on to engaging LINK Nantucket, our own mul琀ple lis琀ng service, NAREB produces a high­quality color publica琀on called Nantucket Home Magazine, oversees professional standards and offers con琀nuing educa琀on for our members, volunteers in the community and supports many of Nantucket’s non­profit organiza琀ons. The majority of NAREB members live and work on Nantucket year­round and serve the community in many ways, including giving of their 琀me to commi琀ee and volunteer work. Our members are professional, informed and are the consummate resource for informa琀on on everything related to Nantucket. We encourage all to respect our local tradi琀ons and rules and regula琀ons. A昀er all, we truly are in the same boat here!

We hope that you are as happy as we are to be on Nantucket. One of the quali琀es that makes our island unique is the apprecia琀on we have for the natural and historic environment, as well as our keen sense of community. As NAREB members, we pride ourselves on our experience, local knowledge and ability to navigate smoothly in this very special market. Please reach out to a NAREB member office and take the first step towards a great real estate experience!

Debbie Dilworth, NAREB President 2024

NAREB 2024 Execu琀ve Board





Past President

At­Large Member

At­Large Member

Debbie Dilworth

Brian Sullivan

Susan Shepherd

Kate Sayle

Penny Dey

Robert Sarkisian

Lisa Winn

To contact NAREB: editor@nareb­ www.nareb­

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ACK Dis琀nc琀ve Proper琀es

Fernando Colon­Osorio


PO Box 254 Nantucket, MA 02554

Advisors Living

Merit McIntyre


136 Newbury St Boston, MA 02116

Atlan琀c East Nantucket

Real Estate

Penny Dey


82 Easton St Nantucket, MA 02554

Bamber Real Estate

Ronnie Bamber

508­228­1416 Nantucket, MA 02554

Bantry Way Brokerage

Andrew Lane


587 E Broadway Boston, MA 02127

Bass Point Realty

Michael Glowacki

508­228­6515 85 Pleasant St Nantucket, MA 02554

Berkshire Hathaway/

Island Proper琀es

Michael O'Mara

Robert Sarkisian


35A Old South Rd Nantucket, MA 02554


Boyce Realty

David and Dana Boyce


PO Box 453 Siasconset, MA 02564

The Carroll Company

Cliff Carroll


135 Minton Lane W Barnstable, MA 02668

Cha琀ield­Taylor RE

Moncure Cha琀ield­Taylor

508­228­5828 PO Box 1881 Nantucket, MA 02554

Chris琀e's Interna琀onal RE

Atlan琀c Brokerage

Doug Gra琀an


7 Bayberry Court Nantucket, MA 02554

Coastal Point Proper琀es

Sofia Noom


100 Independence Dr Hyannis, MA 02554 coastalpointproper琀

Coldwell Banker Realty

Pauline Benne琀


826 Boylston St Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Compass Real Estate of MA

Meg Andrews

617­206­3333 126 Newbury St, 2nd Floor Boston, MA 02116

Congdon & Coleman RE

Stephen Maury

508­325­5000 57 Main St, PO Box 1199 Nantucket, MA 02554

Craigville Realty

Mar琀n Traywick


648 Craigville Beach Rd W Hyannisport, MA 02672

Denby Real Estate

Kate Ranney Sayle

508­228­2522 PO Box 901 Nantucket, MA 02554

Dilworth Real Estate Nantucket

Debbie Dilworth

508­221­2956 PO Box 2163 Nantucket, MA 02564

Douglas Elliman of MA LLC

Kevin Ahearn

617­227­6070 20 Park Plaza, Suite 820 Boston, MA 02116

Engel & Volkers

Valerie Post


6 Gloucester St Boston, MA 02115

Fisher Real Estate

Brian Sullivan

508­228­4407 21 Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554

Great Point Proper琀es

Edward Sanford

Bill Liddle

Greg McKechnie


1 North Beach St Nantucket, MA 02554 greatpointproper琀

Grey Lady Proper琀es

James Cooper


PO Box 2668 Nantucket, MA 02584

The Hanley Garre琀e

Group LLC

Jay Hanley


12 Amelia Dr Nantucket, MA 02554

Jordan Real Estate

David Callahan


8 Federal St Nantucket, MA 02554

J. Pepper Frazier Co

J. Pepper Frazier, II

Dalton T. Frazier

508­228­3202 19 Centre Street Nantucket, MA 02554

Keller Williams

David McCarthy

1340 Centre Street, #202 Newton, MA 02459 617­969­9000

Land Vest Nantucket

Joanna Dresser


37 Old South Rd #5 Nantucket, MA 02554

Lee Real Estate

Jeff Lee

508­325­5800 10 S Beach St Nantucket, MA 02554

Maury People/Sothebys

Interna琀onal Real Estate

Gary Winn

508­228­1881 37 Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554

Mo琀 and Chace/Sotheby's

Interna琀onl Real Estate

Joshua Cullion 401­314­3000 100 Exchange St Commercial Unit D Providence, RI 02903 mo琀

Nantucket Rentals & Sales

Niki Picinich 917­414­4979 31 Autopscot Circle Nantucket, MA 02554

Northeast Advisors, Inc.

Evan Dean

508­635­8380 PO Box 1136 Dennis, MA 02638 northeast­

Osprey Real Estate

Brian Schereschewsky 31 Quaise Rd Nantucket, MA 02554

Re/Max Signature


Marilyn Green

508­509­4775 205 Turnpike Rd, Southborough, MA 01772

Shepherd Real Estate

Susan Shepherd


Zero Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554 nantucket­

Tea Rose Realty

Tom Miner

Territory Real Estate

Terry Sanford


867 Boylston St, Suite 400 Boston, MA 02116

Today Real Estate

Todd Machnik

508­568­8130 1533 Falmouth Rd Centerville MA, 02632

Vaughan Machado

Real Estate

Vaughan Machado

508­228­5062 5 Sesapana Rd Nantucket, MA 02554

Welch & Associates Inc.

Stephen Welch

7 Nashaquisset Ln Nantucket, MA 02554 welch­

Westbrook Real Estate

Robert & Daryl Westbrook

508­257­6206 PO Box 262 Siasconset, MA 02564

William Raveis Real Estate

Chris Raveis

508­228­9117 17 Main St Nantucket, MA 02554

The Zillow Group

Qadra Evans


1301 2nd Ave, Floor 31 Sea琀le, WA 98101

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6 nantucket HOME Contents Volume 16 • Issue 1 • Spring 2024 NAREB Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 NAREB Member Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 A Beautiful Hobby Taking Root 7 Real Estate by the Numbers 8 Nantucket Event Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Broker Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Meet the Broker 88
nantucket HOME Real Estate News & Property Listings On newsstands now or READ ONLINE Visit Real Estate Nantucket Events Home Design & Decora琀ng Landscapers & Lawn Care Build, Repair, & Renova琀ons Building Special琀es Cleaning, Caretaking, Property Managers Hardscapes, Gardening, & Fences Green & Eco­Friendly Swimming Pools Current Issue: Volume 16 • Issue 1 • Spring 2024

A Beautiful Hobby Taking Root on Nantucket

Nantucket is well­known for the tens of thousands of bright, beautiful daffodils that bloom every spring all across the island. The Daffodil Festival held every year at the end of April is our community celebration of springtime.

There’s another flower that is becoming an island favorite—dahlias. An increasing number of island residents are enjoying success in growing them, and more florists here are using them to decorate for weddings and special occasions.

One of the many reasons daffodils grow profusely on Nantucket and are beloved by homeowners, is that deer don’t eat

them. Homeowners who have discovered their roses, tulips, lilies, azaleas, hydrangea, and even raspberries devoured and demolished by deer have learned to favor “deer­resistent” plants. While not “deer proof,” dahlias are low on the animal’s list of favorite foods. Even so, the growers we spoke to still advise fencing or deer cages to protect your dahlias.

Dahlias are available in a broad selection of colors: white, yellow, orange, pink, dark pink, red, dark red, lavender, purple, black, bronze, and multi­colored. Growers we interviewed tell


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Photo by Sandy Mitchell, who gives credit to island gardener Patty Myers, who “tends these babies from infancy/tubers. I wouldn’t be able to grow them if not for her!”

Number of proper琀es sold during the past 6 months:


(includes commercial, lots, 琀meshares, foreclosures, etc.)

Proper琀es sold at an average of 90% of the list price.

Of that,111 were houses, and 14were lots

(“houses” doesn’t always include condos or co­ops, and that number does not include foreclosures)

Average purchase price (rounded):

$3,914,000 Houses

$3,257,000 Lots

Lowest dollar sale in the past 6 months: $600,000 House $300,000 Lot Highest
sale in the past 6 months: $26,000,000 House $12,000,000 Lot JANUARY 2023: 18 $64M Total Sales Total Dollar Volume JANUARY 2024: 23 $107M Total Sales Total Dollar Volume MARCH 2023: 49 $163M Total Sales Total Dollar Volume MARCH 2024: 15 $9M Total Sales Total Dollar Volume Numbers calculated from September 15, 2023 to March 31, 2024. Buyers hailed from CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, IL, KY, MA, NC, NH, NJ, NY, RI, TX, VA, WI. The
month for number of sales was October 2023 with 46 sales. Sta琀s琀cs provided by Nantucket Comparable Sales Service. Real Estate by the Numbers YEAR AGO COMPARISON
琀me on the market: 5 months

Nantucket Spring Event Highlights

Here are some of our favorite and regularly scheduled spring events. For a calendar of events updated daily, visit The Insider’s Guide to Nantucket:

Going Daffy in April

April 25 at 5:30 to 7:30 pm ­ Flower Crown Party

Join the Chamber of Commerce and learn how to make a lush flower crown using silk daffodils, florals, and greenery. By the end of the class you'll have a beautiful crown to wear as you stroll around town and ‘Sconset during Saturday’s Daffy Fest events. Ticket price includes flower crown materials, 2 drink tickets, and hors d'oeuvres. Tickets at 508­2281700. A Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce event

April 26 at 10 am to 2 pm ­ Daffodil Festival Bazaar

A market of items for sale, from professional photography to hand­crafted jewelry. Held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 20 Fair Street. A Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce event

April 26 from 6 to 8 pm ­ Flower Power Party

Celebrate Spring with at this festive event with live music by Billy Voss & dancing, hors d'oeuvres, and a first peek at the Nantucket Historical Association’s new exhibits. Prizes for the “best bloomin’” outfits. Call 508­228­1894 for tickets or to be put on the wait list for this frequently sold­out event.

April 26 from noon to 4 pm & April 27 from 10 am to 1 pm

Daffodil Festival Salvage Mercantile Showcase

Discover the past and future of salvage on Nantucket in Sherburne Hall, Centre Street. Learn about incorporating salvage & reuse in design, and shop for sustainable repurposed wares at a pop­up shop. A Nantucket Preservation Trust event

April 27 ­ Annual Nantucket Daffodil Festival

Everyone going daffy on Nantucket at the end of April for this favorite event. The annual Nantucket Daffodil Festival, organized by the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce includes an Antique Car Parade (staging at 9:30am on Main Street), Daffy Hat Parade & Children’s Parade (starting around 10 am at Children’s Beach), a Daffy Dog Parade (starting around 12:30 pm at Children’s Beach), and a Tailgate Picnic in Siasconset (from 12 noon to 2pm). For more festival details and events visit

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Event Highlights

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April 27 & 28 ­ 48th Annual Nantucket Daffodil Show

You won’t believe how many different varieties of daffodils you’ll see at this cornerstone event for Daffy Fest Weekend. Open to the public on Saturday from 2pm to 5pm and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm, this fragrant, fun, and flowerfilled free show is held in the greenhouse at Bartlett ’s Farm. Donations will be accepted for the Nantucket Island Garden Club’s Island Daffodil Planting Fund. Free bus from downtown to the show will be offered Saturday, April 27 starting at 2pm. This show is an official show of the American Daffodil Society.

Live Music

Almost Every Day at Cisco...

Nantucket’s famous winery­brewery­distillery is also one of the island’s favorite spots for live music year­round. Every day of the week they feature live bands, some local, some regional, all offering great music for dancing or for listening while you relax with friends. Check out for times and who is playing.

April 23­May 28 every Tuesday at 6:30 pm ­ Open Mic Night

An evening of fun at the Atheneum. Cut loose and express yourself up in the acoustically stellar Great Hall of the Nantucket Atheneum, India Street. First come/first served.

April 26 at 5:30 pm ­ Meg, Cathy, & Linda in Concert

Islanders and sisters Meg Hunter & Cathy Morris Aguiar join Linda Atherton to perform a free concert of original music in the Great Hall of the Nantucket Atheneum, India Street.

April 26 at 7 pm ­ It Might as Well Be Spring Concert

Music Director Joe Hammer is joined by other gifted local musicians presenting a selection of music that celebrates the joys of springtime. Bubbles & Bites. Held at St. Paul’s Church, 20 Fair Street. Admission is $20 at the door.

May 4 at 7 pm ­ Veronica Robles & Her Mariachi Band

An evening of music & dancing featuring Latino icon and mariachi band leader Veronica Robles and her all­female band as they play the evening away on the second floor of The Dreamland, S. Water Street. Cash bar & lite bites will be available for this concert celebrating the Cinco de Mayo holiday. Tickets $35 at

June 2 at 4 pm ­ Boston Civic Symphony in Concert

Island youth will perform with 70+ members of this esteemed symphony in a free concert held in the Nantucket High School Auditorium, Surfside Road.

Theatre, Comedy, & Film

May 12 at 2 pm: NTL ­ The Motive and the Cue

Sam Mendes directs Mark Gatiss and Johnny Flynn as John Gielgud and Richard Burton in this fierce and funny new play, filmed live during a sold­out run at the National Theatre. Tickets $20 at; some complimentary tickets for seniors.

May 18 at 6 pm: Island Feud ­ A Live & Local Game Show

Based on the long­running, popular tv gameshow Family Feud, four­person teams will take the stage to complete for a

custom­made quarter­board trophy & a shot at the cash grand prize in the ‘Fast Money’ round. Tickets $15 at

May 19 at 2 pm: MET ­ Madama Butterfly

Kristine Opolais reprises her acclaimed portrayal of the title role, opposite Roberto Alagna as Pinkerton, the naval officer who breaks Butterfly's heart. Tickets $20 at; some complimentary tickets for seniors.

May 25: NEW Moon Fest

An evening gathering from 5 to 10 pm in the ‘Sconset Casino, 10 New Street, Siasconset, that features inspiring short films that illuminate the voices of women storytellers, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, + a silent auction to benefit Nantucket Community Television's mission to foster quality programming that educates, informs, & inspires the people of Nantucket. Tickets at­newmoonfest2024

May 25 at 7 pm: Jamie Kennedy

A one­night­only stand­up comedy event during Figawi weekend, featuring actor and comedian Jamie Kennedy. Tickets $75 at

June 9 at 2 pm: MET ­ Dead Man Walking

The most widely performed new opera of the last 20 years has its highly anticipated Met premiere in a haunting new production by Ivo van Hove. Tickets $20 at; some complimentary tickets for seniors.

June 5 to 22: Sense and Sensibility by Theatre Workshop of Nantucket

A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters—sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne—after their father’s sudden death leaves them financially destitute and socially vulnerable. Set in gossipy late 18th­century England, with a fresh female voice, the play is full of humor, emotional depth, and bold theatricality. SENSE AND SENSIBILITY examines our reactions, both reasonable and ridiculous, to societal pressures. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart? Tickets at

Enjoy Island Art

April 20, 23, 27, & 30 at 10:30 am ­ Connecting to Art & History

Join staff of the Nantucket Historical Association for a museum­based experience where participants will discover connections to art, history, and each other as our Museum guides create conversation about works in the NHA collection. This free program is held in the Nantucket Whaling Museum, 13 Broad Street. Drop­ins welcome.

Artists Association of Nantucket Exhibit Openings

Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson Gallery, 19 Washington Street, The Big Gallery upstairs at 12 Straight Wharf, and online at

thru May 18: Ahoy Come Ashore in the Big Gallery

thru May 18: April Showers & From a Distance in AAN Gallery

May 17­June 17: The Color of Twilight in the Big Gallery

May 17­July 15: Champion Showcase #3 in the VAC, Amelia Dr.

May 24­June 17: Heat of the Sun in the AAN Gallery

June 10: Summer Class Sessions

June 21 ­ July 15: Summer Small Works in the AAN Gallery

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A Beautiful Hobby

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• Frame to Finish Carpentry

• Custom Interiors

• Bathroom Renovations

• Arbors & Outdoor Showers

us that the most popular colors last year were in the lighter range: pink, peach, apricot, and white. The size of dahlia flowers can range from tiny two­inch blooms to “dinner­plate” sizes of up to 15 inches across.

Anyone strolling down Main Street on a late­August morning has noticed (and probably bought) some of Ken Knutti’s colorful dahlias displayed on a small table by the door to Nantucket Pharmacy. Just a few dollars will purchase a glass bottle from Something Natural filled with beautiful blooms. “At the pharmacy, people love the fact they just put the money in the jar—and that they are just $5—it brightens their day.”

Knutti, who grew up on a farm in upstate New York, has been growing and selling his harvests from a young age. He participated for years in a special program offered by Central Markets and helped pay for his college with the proceeds.

Ken “got sand in his shoes” during a visit to Nantucket in 1980 and returned to here to stay in 1981. As soon as he owned his own house on Nantucket, he began gardening again. “My good friend Laura Simon would give me starter plants and advice...gardening here is definitely different from gardening off­island,” he explained. “Di fferent things grow well here.”

He first tried growing a few dahlias about a decade ago. “Then five years ago I tried again. The tubers spread...they multiply. I get tubers from other people who have too many. I had too many last fall, and I threw the extras in the woodpile, thinking they would compost, but now they’re growing there. A lot of people are now growing dahlias on Nantucket. It’s a

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• Hardwood Flooring

• Cabinets & Built-Ins

• Kitchen Remodeling

• Property Management

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crazy hobby.”

His career as a pharmacist keeps Knutti very busy, so, for now, gardening is a hobby, though he does confess to dreaming of a future greenhouse and more property for cultivation. Other than selling his dahlia blooms at the pharmacy, he does not grow commercially. When his daughter married a few years ago, he grew dahlias for her wedding.

Suzanne Knutson does sell hundreds of the dahlias she cultivates in her gardens on Crooked Lane. She only sells wholesale: many of her blooms go to Flowers on Chestnut and to local floral designers. “Dahlias do not ship well, even short

distances... they are very fragile, and I won’t sell them unless they are perfect,” Knutson explained. “They must have long, sturdy stems so there are no ‘bobbleheads,’ and the flower heads must be at a 45 degree angle.” She has a temperaturecontrolled Garden Studio where she whisks her cut flowers so they stay fresh and pristine.

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Knutson has been growing dahlias for about 30 years, first at her home in Wilton, Connecticut, where she operates a landscape design company, then on Nantucket when she and her husband Craig chose the island to be their primary residence. Some years ago, their daughter, Lindsay, had a friend at Dartmouth whose family has a house on Nantucket. “She visited the island and told us that we’d love it. ‘It’s a gardener’s paradise,’ Lindsay told

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Suzanne Knutson’s garden on Crooked Lane

Event Highlights

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April, May, & June ­ Decorative Arts Classes, Workshops, Gams

Have an unfinished chair, basket, beading, or stitching project? Bring any project you are working on to this open session and work in the company of other creative people to move your project along, share knowledge, and learn from others. Basic tools are available; no instruction. Spring classes include Blacksmithing, Woven Cuff Bracelets, and more. Registration for classes & more details at

June 11 to 16 ­ Plein Air Nantucket Festival 2024

The Artists Association of Nantucket welcomes all our community and visitors to set up their easels anywhere on Nantucket and then exhibit their fresh works in AAN’s Big Gallery, upstairs at 12 Straight Wharf. Details at

... and Island History

Nantucket Whaling Museum Open

Through May 25, the world­class Nantucket Whaling Museum at 13 Broad Street is open Mon.­Sat. from 10 am to 4 pm. The musuem has permanent and rotating exhibitions in 9 premium galleries, with more than a thousand works of art, artifacts, and treasures that tell our island’s stories across four centuries. In addition, there are daily programs, spotlight tours, and films, as well as a spectacular view from Tucker’s Roofwalk. Starting May 26, museum hours change to 10 am to 5 pm daily, with occasional hours change for special events. Tickets at

Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum Open

Opening for 2024 on May 27, the Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum, an affiliate of Egan Maritime Institute, is dedicated to honoring Nantucket's history of shipwrecks, lifesaving, and rescuers. They offer many programs for families. The museum sits at the edge of Folger’s Marsh, and the grounds are open year­round; with stunning views, this is a great spot to enjoy a picnic or watch the variety of birds on the marsh. Shipwreck Shuttle from downtown begins May 29. Museum tickets at

Walking Tours focusing on Nantucket History

Starting on May 25, Nantucket Historical Association guides offer walking tours of the downtown area departing at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm. Hear about the rise & fall of the whaling industry and how Nantucket is a place where past and present exist side­by­side. Tours depart from the Whaling Museum lobby: tickets at & at the front desk of the Whaling Museum, 13 Broad Street.

Lighthouse Open Day ­ June 15 from 10 am to 3 pm

Twice a year Sankaty Lighthouse in Siasconset is open to the public, weather permitting. If you want to climb to the top of this historic lighthouse, arrive early (event ends promptly), wear appropriate footwear (no flip­flops). Children must be 7 or older to climb, and no backpacks are permitted. Register for a time at

Island Festivals

May 15 to 19 ­ Nantucket Wine & Food Festival A boutique experience of world­class wines and awardwinning food, now in its 25th year. Signature events include Great Wines in Grand Houses, Luncheons, Culinary Tent, Grand Tastings, the Harbor Gala, and harborside Breakfasts and Brunches. Details and tickets at

June 13 to 16 ­ Nantucket Book Festival Talks, panels, author signings, gatherings, and festivities in several island locations — all to celebrate authors, readers, & books. Most events are free of charge. Details at

Meet Nantucket’s Natural World

Nantucket Walkabout Guided Wilderness Hikes

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

Maria Mitchell for spring schedule

With its Aquarium, Natural Science Museum, Historic Mitchell House, Vestal Street Observatory, and the Loines Observatory, the Maria Mitchell Association offers exhibits and programs featuring science education and research. Spring MMA events include: Biological Collections Open Hours, Nature Story Hour, “Sensational Science,” Ravenous Reptiles, and Open Nights (Stargazing) at the Maria Mitchell Loines Observatory. A special adult­only Open Night called Stars, Sips, and Sweets will be held on May 15 from 8:30 to 10 pm: tickets $100 at

Linda Loring Nature Foundation ­ for spring 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.

Spring events include webinars, walks, Science Pub talks, and more. Public walks begin in May with Birding Field Trips and Nature Rambles.

Coskata­Coatue Wildlife­coatue­wildlife­refuge

This wild, remote barrier beach has rolling maritime dunes that cover more than 1,000 acres. The Cedars, a red cedar savannah & woodland, is the largest of its kind in New England. Coskata Woods is a mature maritime oak forest with gnarled, wind­blown trees. Gray & harbor seals feed in the Great Point riptide & use nearby beach as a haul­out. Permits are required to drive in the refuge. Certain times of year restrictions on driving are in place due to wildlife; check online for updates.

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Marla Ceely Lamb Cancer Travel Fund

The Marla Ceely Lamb Fund is a special fund which helps defray the costs of lodging and transportation for patients who require travel off-island for cancer treatment.

Since its founding by Marla Ceely Lamb, the fund has served countless island residents living with cancer thanks to the generous support of the Lamb family and the Nantucket community.

Now administered by the PASCON (Palliative and Supportive Care of Nantucket) Foundation, patients can access funds by calling 508-825-8325.

To learn more and contribute visit:


15-17 Pilgrim Road

Cliff | $11,495,000

8,500+sf parcels available

From $5,595,000

A rare oversized parcel in the prestigious Cliff neighborhood offers several opportunities. The highly advantageous R5 zoning and town water and sewer allow for more than 8,500 square feet of ground cover! Work with the renown team of Hanley Development and Sophie Metz Design to execute your vision. Create your dream private compound within walking distance to town, north shore beaches, and the popular Westmoor Club.

81 Polpis Road

Polpis | $8,795,000

5 Beds 5 Full & 2 Half Baths

New construction with amazing views of Nantucket Sound. This move-in ready Polpis property on a 1.18 acres lot offers privacy and convenience.

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Principal Broker/ Owner

57 Main Street, Nantucket MA |
(508) 451-0191 Exclusively
Stephen Maury,





$6,995,000 | Stephen Maury

4 Beds 3 Full Baths

$2,800,000 | Stephen Maury

3 Beds 2 Baths

$1,695,000 | Ann Maury

57 Main Street, Nantucket MA | (508) 325-5000 |
Tom Nevers | 35 Fairfield Street Beds 2 Full & 1 Half Baths | Joyce Montalbano Sconset | 116 Baxter Road Tom Nevers | 3 Lyford Road 2 Beds 2 Full Baths | Joyce Montalbano Mid Island | 11 Newtown Road Tom Nevers | 63 Tom Nevers Road 3 Beds 2 Full & 1 Half Baths | Stephen Maury Surfside | 2 Maple Lane 6 Beds 6 Full & 2 Half Baths


LISTING PRICE | $17,850,000

Beautiful distant views of the Harbor and Sound combined with easy access to town, and beaches make this one of Nantucket’s most sought-after locations. The seven-bedroom main house, three-bedroom cottage, and two-car garage are privately nestled on this oversized .62-acre lot. HDCapproved plans by Chip Webster Architecture include an 18 X 32 pool allowing this property to be reimagined and expanded.


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Nantucket’s premier design/build team of Hanley Development and Sophie Metz Design has collaborated to create this custom-built, harbor-side estate, located on three acres with deeded beach rights in the island’s most tranquil setting. The package consists of a five-bedroom main house, a two car/two bedroom garage/guest house, a private pool and cabana. Available for occupancy in summer 2025. $16,495,000.


Complete your waterfront compound by adding this front row, two-bedroom house that has been completely renovated by Hanley Development in 2024. This 1.7 acre property includes a mooring. Enjoy this summer in your waterfront cottage while you select finishes for 7 Lauretta Lane. $4,695,000.


LISTING PRICE | $1,895,000

Bright, sunny home with a large yard in peaceful Tom Nevers. Relax on the front porch with views over the spacious lawn.  Sit on the upstairs deck and watch the sunset! Current owners have never rented; this home has been lightly used and lovingly maintained. Approximately 600 sq. ft. of ground cover left for expansion.

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Rare offering! 1/4-acre lot in desirable CMI zoning, offering ample parking and fabulous visibility for your business along oneof Nantucket's primary commercial corridors. CMI zoning allows for an array of commercial, residential, and mixed uses. 50% ground coverage allowed.

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LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!  One of the few remaining vacant lots near Lincoln Circle. This 22,859 plus or minus square foot lot measures approximately 85' x 260'. Utilities are located on Sherburne Turnpike. HDC-approved plans by WorkshopAPD (Andrew Kotchan), include a main house, guest cottage/ garage, pool, and shed.

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Representing Multi Generational Estates to First Time Island Home Buyers. Exclusive Listings from Commerical, Cottages, Condos to Compounds. 18 Meadow Lane ∙ Town ∙ $4,950,000 2D Anna Drive Cottage #4 ∙ Mid Island ∙ $1,250,000 Experience the Di昀erence Marybeth Gilmartin-Baugher 508.257.0888 | 917.561.5995 39 Orange Street ∙ Town ∙ $14,750,000 14 N Pasture Lane ∙ Polpis ∙ $12,125,000 20 Main Street ∙ Sconset ∙ $17,250,000 Contact me today for an Elevated Real Estate Buying & Selling Experience Marybeth Gilmartin-Baugher is a licensed real estate agent affiliated with Compass, a licensed real estate broker and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdrawal without notice. This is not intended to solicit property already listed. Photos may be virtually staged or digitally enhanced and may not reflect actual property conditions.


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$6,995,000 | Linda Bellevue

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 • 508-228-7707 • 82 MA 02554 • 82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 • 508-228-7707 •
Moors End is a stately three-story brick home with a 1920 carriage house situated on over an acre of land in the heart of downtown. The iconic property also includes an 1850’s stable and heirloom rose garden hidden behind a brick wall creating a secret estate on Pleasant Street. Linda Bellevue & Mary D. Malavase
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This simple beach house is located on over an acre of land just minutes to private stairs leading to Dionis Beach. Look out over the 300 acres of abutting conservation land to views of Long Pond and Nantucket Sound this summer while you plan your Nantucket dream home. Listing agent is related to the seller.


A 2015 renovation of this property included raising the home to add a new foundation for a finished lower level with heated floors, all new systems, kitchen and baths. The quiet, in-town location on Farmer Street is just minutes to shops and restaurants on Main Street, Brant Point and Cliff beaches. The property has off-street parking, a private stone patio with perennial gardens and many original historical details throughout, making this a must see for antique lovers.

$3,950,000 | Linda Bellevue


Located in downtown Nantucket, this historic gem - circa 1812, features 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and three floors with over 4,500 sf with all the expected charm of yesteryear. Among the many original details are raised panel wainscotting, four panel doors with vintage hardware, wide pine and fir flooring, multiple fireplaces, raised panel interior window shutters and multiple cast iron claw foot bathtubs. HDC approved plans are in hand for a roof walk which would lend expansive views of Nantucket Harbor and the Sound. This treasure of a property welcomed many guests and visitors to the island as The Easton House Inn. 17 North Water Street offers an opportunity to enjoy living in the heart of Nantucket Town.

$5,850,000 | Penny Dey

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 • 508-228-7707 •
View from roof walk at neighboring house.

Delight in spectacular sunsets, summer breezes and star-filled night skies this summer surrounded by 2.7 expansive acres. Spread out and relax in the multiple living areas, 5 bedrooms, and a 2+ bedroom cottage. Tuck your car & bikes away in the two-car garage. Only three miles to town, easy access to North & South Shore beaches, bike path and acres of abutting Land Bank trails make this property enjoyable any time of year.

$4,695,000 | Heidi Drew


Spacious home with five bedrooms and three full baths located on a quiet cul de sac in the sought after Hussey Farms area between Town and Cisco. This corner lot offers plenty of expansion potential and the ability to connect to Town sewer. Attached oversized garage provides lots of storage.

$2,495,000 | Penny Dey

Penny Dey, Principal, Broker, GRI, ABRM

Linda Bellevue, GRI, CBR

Heidi Drew, ABR, RSPS, SRS

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Alison K. Forsgren, e-Pro, NAR Green, SRES

Ready for Summer 2024 occupancy, 3 Clara Drive is nestled in the heart of the highly desirable area of Miacomet. It is central to Miacomet Golf Club, Ladies Beach, Cisco Brewery, Bartletts Farm, 167 Raw, 45 Surfside, bicycle paths, and a WAVE bus stop - IYKYK! The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home sits on an 18,730sf oversized lot in CTEC zoning, use as is or explore expansion possibilities.

$2,800,000 | Meg Ruley



(a portion of)

Newly created 10,000 plus square foot lot in a desirable location close to mid-island shopping, Town and shuttle bus stop. Don’t miss the opportunity to create your year-round or summer vacation home.

$1,275,000 | Mary D. Malavase


Centrally located, 5,000 square foot Residential/Commercial parcel. Present zoning allows for 50% ground coverage. Town water and town sewer available. Great for a small business, shop or duplex.

$850,000 | Peter DuPont

Angel Conrad Frazier

Mary D. Malavase, GRI, ABR, SRS, RSPS

Jane B. Miller, ABR, RSPS

Meg Ruley, ABR, RSPS

Lisa Sherburne, ABR, RSPS

Melinda Vallett

Geri Walker, RSPS, SFR

Mary O’Donnell, Office Manager

Erikka Perkins, Rental Manager

Yesenia Valer, Office Assistant

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 • 508-228-7707 •


Discover this Nantucket haven nestled just 3 miles from the quaint Nantucket town center. This property offers a unique blend of convenience and seclusion, making it an ideal retreat for both relaxation and adventure. Imagine settling in to this expansive 5 bedroom, 4 bath home and inviting guests to the guest cottage, a quaint space that promises to enchant with its privacy and charm. Nature lovers will revel in the property's close proximity to Land Bank Land and conservation land. Spectacular sunsets, serene north shore water views, and an unparalleled sense of privacy await you. Available to enjoy this summer.



Heidi Drew, Broker, ABR, RSPS, SRS
82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 508-228-7707

Pleasant St. | $3,895,000

Discover the elegance and charm of this beautifully designed home with natural light to showcase its interior spaces. Arched doorways with exquisite, raised panel and herringbone oak floors suggest that no detail was overlooked in the design of this home. The heart of the home lies in its grand rooms, adorned with high ceilings that evoke an airy sense of openness and refined sophistication. The outdoor living space offers privacy with mature plantings, a pergola covered deck and cobblestone driveway. HDC approved plans for a one car garage with studio space above, providing for expansion, will be included in the sale.

82 Easton Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 508-228-7707 Peter DuPont, Listing Agent 508-932-2535
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43 Western Avenue | 4 BR 3.5 BA

$7,995,000 | Robert Young

Town 24 Fair Street | 4 BR 2.5 BA

$4,300,000 | Robert Young

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Tom Nevers 14 Flintlock Road | 4 BR 1.5 BA

$2,695,000 | Kenny Hilbig & Lisa Matheson

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The Knutsons added a dahlia garden designed by Nantucket Landscape Architect Miroslava Ahern to their Nantucket property in 2021, “before that the area was all brush and scrub. [Ahern] came up with the structure…it’s very English: square with double hedges. I love the design: it creates symmetry and sets up a beautiful space. Apart from the aesthetics, it creates a micro­climate. The double hedge makes a huge windbreak so my flowers bloom early.” The Knutson’s Nantucket property is fortified against deer with fencing that is compartmentalized. “So if they break through one fence, there’s another…my next goal is to rabbit­proof the backyard.”

She started growing dahlias before they were popular: “they were hideous with a bad reputation… then growers started hybridizing for different colors and introduced new and prettier varieties...Now people love dahlias more than roses!

“My neighbor gave me a Thomas Edison—a purple dinnerplate dahlia—and I was hooked! I started growing more and more. I used to just grow them for myself, as a hobby: they were so easy…now that I grow them commercially, it’s not easy to grow a perfect flower. A lot of work goes into them: they really are divas! It was ten years before I felt like I knew what I was doing. And I’ve learned more in the past five years than in the prior twenty­five!”

Suzanne carefully curates her selection of dahlias. “What’s so cool about dahlias is that there are so many differ­

ent forms, with so many shapes, sizes, colors… some are like snowballs and some are shaggy.” She makes sure she has a wide assortment. As of last November (when she dug up and inventoried her tubers), Knutson had more than 800 plants in her Nantucket gardens and 175 different varieties.

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During 2023, she grew more than 10,000 stems and tested 60 new varieties. “Every year new varieties are introduced to the market: I make an effort to source these.” After the new dahlia varieties bloom, she culls them. “At the end of the summer, I evaluate all the new varieties and decide who makes the cut…” However many she keeps from the new varieties, she must eliminate the same number… “From last year about 30 are keepers.” But she always gives the dahlias that did not make the cut on Nantucket a second chance in her gardens in Connecticut. For example, she recently tried a Hillcrest Suffusion dahlia. “it was a dud here [on Nantucket]. I brought it to Wilton, and it was gorgeous! So I’ll bring it back here and try again.”

Knutson grows a lot of what she calls “unicorns,” which she describes as brand new varieties just introduced and available in very limited quantities. “I follow all the growers: during the summer they post about the new varieties they are watching… there’s one I have my eye on now that will sell for $50 a tuber.”

One of the experts Suzanne follows is Kristine Albrecht. “She’s a legendary dahlia expert and hybridizer. She invents new varieties and has the most exquisite taste. Her flower forms are gorgeous with high petal count, perfect 45 degree angle, sturdy, long stems… she trials her varieties for years! And she freely shares her knowledge on Instagram @santacruzdahlias.” This year, Suzanne plans to start hybridizing her own dahlias.

If you’d like to start growing dahlias, Suzanne says “Just dive in! Plunk a tuber in the ground, stake it, put a tomato cage around it, and in late August or September you’ll see it

bloom.” She recommends three easy varieties for those new to growing dahlias: Cornell, Cornell Bronze, and a la Mode.

With her sheltered garden and granite raised beds, her dahlia garden is warmer than other areas, so Knutson plants her dahlia tubers on Nantucket mid­April to May. “When the lilacs are in bloom it’s time to get your dahlias in the ground.”

Ken Knutti plants his dahlia tubers later—usually in early June—though he knows some gardeners on Nantucket who put them in the ground during late May. Soil temperature at planting should be between 60­70°F. If the soil is too cold, the tubers may not germinate or take longer to sprout. Dahlias don’t thrive in weather that is too hot (making Nantucket an ideal place to grow them). They do best when temperatures are between 70­80°F during the day and between 60­70°F at night.

Ken also recommends planting the tubers in full sun no more than six inches deep (some gardening guides recommend a depth of four inches), with compost on top, bone meal on top of that, then more soil. Dahlias thrive in a rich soil.

Dahlias like a deep watering, but take care to not overwater them—unless your soil is very dry, do not water them till they are out of the ground. Dahlia plantings are most vulnerable at first planting. Once you see growth, give the dahlias a deep watering once or twice a week. Tubers in ground that is too wet may rot in soggy soil.

Ken cautions that dahlias “look like potatoes when they start… they’re not pretty till they are grown more.”

Suzanne Knutson highly recommends that growers stake

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perched in the heart of the village with magnificent first and second floor ocean views. Rudder Grange is steeped in both history and architecture with a storied past to share with future generations. Significant for its late nineteenth-century French-roof style this home is one of the early houses built on the Siasconset bluff south of Main Street. Rudder Grange has a rich history as both a guest house and dining club for summer visitors. Originally designed by Charles H. Robinson, a renowned architect and prolific builder credited for incorporating Victorian architecture on the island. Rudder Grange was initially adorned with Victorian trim and noted as historically significant for its French Second Empire Style. Decades later in 1911 the cottage became the headquarters for what was known as the ‘Sconset Cottage Club, where the first floor had been fashioned as a large dining room for guests of neighboring cottage rentals to enjoy summer dining.

© Courtesy of the Nantucket Historical Association.

“On Sunset Heights, Siasconset, on Magnolia Avenue, commanding an excellent view of the ocean, within a stone’s throw of the hotel, a beautiful French-roof cottage, containing six sleeping rooms, sitting room, reception room, dining room and kitchen. The principal rooms have hard wood floors, laid in pattern, and the house has inside blinds. All the rooms are large and airy. Water in the house.”

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Grange remains true to its origins a place to embrace summer living by the sea. Spend lazy days on the front porch watching the shoals and the glimmer of the sun dance by. Fling your flops and step up onto the porch and into your outdoor living room. Day and night the porch is perfect place to have your first sip of coffee, entertain friends, take in a book, or a seaside nap. The first floor features front living room anchored by wood burning fireplace, additional living areas, first floor bedroom, and newly appointed kitchen with adjacent laundry room. High ceilings continue onto the second floor complete with three large bedrooms all ocean facing. One full bath with free standing cast iron tub and stand alone shower. Back staircase, additional twin bedroom, and ample closet space. This property is being sold fully furnished and turn key for the summer. Offered at 6,375,000.

Excerpts compliments of ‘Sconset Trust Inc.; architectural & historical report for 21 Ocean Avenue. Prepared by Marsha L. Fader, AIA and Betsy Tyler, Historian.

to the newly renovated beach stairs compliments of Land Bank & Sconset Trust for direct beach access.

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their plants: “that’s key...And pinch them early in the season to encourage the plants to grow side branches, and you’ll get a bushy plant with more blossoms. Cut the blooms frequently because the more you cut, the more flowers will form. Dahlias are a plant that will bloom for months: from August into November.”

“There’s a point in the fall when suddenly you get a huge quantity of blooms, then they slow down,” Ken added.

One of the labor­intensive tasks for gardeners growing dahlias is digging them up at the end of the season, after the top growth dies back, for storage during cold winter months.

According to Suzanne, “on Nantucket, home growers may leave the tubers in the ground if they are covered with mulch

or seaweed, but if you don’t dig them up, you are inviting voles to come in and eat them. Plus, if the winter is very cold, you could lose them.”

Ken usually waits until a warm day in mid­December to carefully dig up and store his dahlias: “you get some warm days here on­island then.”

Both Suzanne and Ken store their tubers in plastic totes— Ken in peat moss and Suzanne in vermiculite—and they both caution home growers to not let them freeze.

With daffodils heralding springtime on Nantucket, the colorful blooms of dahlias are a beautiful way to end an island summer and welcome autumn.

Fishers Landing - 26 Creek Lane | $2,995,000

This stunning 3-bedroom home on Creek Lane in Fishers Landing boasts

location, just moments from Warrens Landing Beach. Income-producing

apartment. This home is a true gem. Don’t miss the opportunity to make it

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Beyond our transaction expertise, we share our island expertise. From our deep market knowledge and realtime analytics to knowing the best fishing, dining and on-island adventures firsthand, Fisher has you covered. We go beyond helping our clients buy and sell their homes. We help make their whole island experience a memorable one.

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Situated just moments from Main Street in an area steeped in history, this exquisite property has been completely and beautifully transformed. Originally dating back to the 1750’s, the property now offers 6BR/6.5BA throughout three levels of thoughtfully designed spaces. The nearly 5,000 square foot home is situated on an oversized parcel of land and is ensconced by mature trees. The spacious lawn, expansive decks and covered porches offer a unique ability to enjoy outdoor living while being centrally located in Town. Offered with a turnkey furnishings package, this could be your home for summer 2024!

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Set on nearly two acres in the Cliff area, this newly constructed estate property offers the ideal blend of open and private spaces with panoramic views of Nantucket Sound. Designed by Workshop / APD and flawlessly executed by CMC Construction, the six-bedroom main house, one bedroom guest cottage and 50-foot pool and spa were superbly designed and constructed. Its setting affords a great vantage point to the activity of Nantucket Sound, proximity to 200+ acres of conservation land to the south, and quick access to north shore beaches. Offered fully furnished, 218 Cliff Road is the ideal luxury and turnkey property.

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nantucket HOME 83 Chris Carpenter Real Estate Sales & Vacation Rentals cell: 508-332-9955 8 Federal Street | Nantucket, MA 02554 | LIZA HATTON Sales & Rental Agent 508.280.8925 (c) | 508.228.4407 (o) 21 Main Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 T 508.228.2266, ext 134 C 508.292.0657 1 North Beach Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 OFFICES IN TOWN & SCONSET AMBER CANTELLA sales & rental broker T 508.228.2266, ext 113 C 508.450.3379 1 North Beach Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 OFFICES IN TOWN & SCONSET LIZ FINLAY sales & rental broker SARAH HOLMES Sales & Rental Agent 603.493.9504 (c) | 508.228.4407 (o) 21 Main Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 T 508.228.2266, ext 119 C 508.332.0682 1 North Beach Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 OFFICES IN TOWN & SCONSET SAM PARSONS sales & rental broker Dedication • Trustworthiness • Professionalism Olga Malahova / Broker Sales & Vacation Rentals c.508-332-9920 t.508-228-4449 ext. 122 • BROKER DIRECTORY


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Keeping the Family’s Love for Nantucket Alive

Whether you are buying or selling property, you want to work with an experienced professional who understands our island and who respects your needs and desires. The first step is getting to know your broker.

Gary Winn is the Principal Broker Owner of a real estate company that has served Nantucket Island for more than four decades: Maury People Sotheby's International Realty.

Winn earned his real estate license when he was just 19, “fresh out of high school,” as he told us, and by his early 20s, he was well­versed in the business. “My mother, who owned the company for a time, taught me a lot... she taught me persistence and how to put a deal together,” Gary reminisced. His daugher Morgan, now the same age as her father when he started, is also working at Maury People Sotheby's International Realty. His advice to Morgan is how he was taught: “follow up every lead, talk to as many people as you can, always be professional...and be persistent!”

Gary, his family, and his company value being a part of our Nantucket community, and they are involved in many of the

island’s non­profit organizations, including Swim Across America: Nantucket, Nantucket Cottage Hospital, NiSHA, PACSCON, the Artists Association of Nantucket, and many more.

What is your favorite season on Nantucket and why?

Gary: I like the fall: spring is rainy; summer is beautiful ,but so busy. In the fall, the weather here is beautiful, the island is less crowded, and the fishing is great.

What is your favorite place to relax on Nantucket?

Gary: I like to spend time on my boat or at the beach at night with my wife Grainne and my daughter Morgan. We like the south shore—Cisco, Miacomet, and Madequecham—for the waves. But the north shore is nice, too.

What is your favorite Nantucket activity?

Gary: Boating and fishing… offshore for tuna and striped bass

What makes Nantucket special?

Gary: The island is beautiful! And it is a great vacacation spot because people don’t have to travel that far, but when they get here they really feel like they are away… they can relax.

What changes have you seen in the island’s real estate market since you became a broker?

Gary: Everything [in the business] has changed! When I started: there were no cell phones and no computers. There was no listing service: just pieces of paper in a notebook.

The market has changed, too. It was always a good market, but in the 1980s there was more available. You could buy lots in Cisco for $15,000, and the owner would finance it for you. Those lots would now be more than $2 million.

What advice would you give to someone interested in buying a home on Nantucket?

Gary: Get a good broker who really knows the island’s different areas, and who knows the zoning, town water/septic, setbacks. That is all so important!

What advice would you give to someone interested in selling a home on Nantucket?

Gary: Go with the big companies who have the best marketing. List with those who know how to market AND how to close a deal.

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