10 Pine Street Nantucket, MA 02554

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6 beds
4.1 beds
3,946 beds
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The Parliament House Originally the home of Mary (Coffin) and Nathaniel Starbuck, 10 Pine Street was an integral part of Nantucket’s early history as an important center of governmental, business and religious activity. Referred to as “The Parliament House” as early as 1676, the original portion of this beautiful and historic building stood in the old homestead region of Sherburne and was later moved in 1820 to its present location. The enlarged house was crafted by the Quaker carpenter, John Folger. The lovely transoms, 12/12 paned windows, and wide plank heart pine flooring that measures between 12 and 20” on average compliment the spacious rooms.

Listing Office: Maury People Sotheby's International Realty

Floor Plans

Foyer entrance to front staircase, the Parliament Room, a large formal living room with fireplace and exposed beams. Generous family room with fireplace, reading nook and access to patio and garden, as well as unique pass through to formal dining room with fireplace. Beautiful, light filled kitchen and casual dining room with cathedral ceilings, windows on three sides, four dormer skylights and access to patio and yard. Master bedroom suite with tub/ shower, twin sinks and access to patio. Side entrance foyer with hatch to wine cellar. Powder room. Laundry room with utility sink.

  • Total Rooms 11
  • Total Beds 6
  • Full Baths 4
  • Half Baths 1
  • Lot Size 0.115 acres
  • Year Built 1676
  • Year Renovated 1994
  • Zoning ROH


What we like about Town

Often referred to as the heartbeat of the island, Town truly has it all! From historic homes to cobblestone streets and world-class dining and shopping, one can spend days on end wandering through.

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