This rare hilltop family compound boasts first floor harbor views and a main suite that looks past Coatue to Nantucket Sound. Apart from biking or taking a short drive to Pocomo and Quidnet beaches there is little call to stray from your address, which boasts full sized tennis and bocce courts and a heated pool with spa and pool house. The property provides for endless entertaining but is immensely private as there are only three other residences that share the road and all sit on oversized lots separated by Wauwinet wildness. Additionally, there are over 3500 sq feet of allowable ground cover remaining.
The elevations allow for a split first floor with west facing communal spaces to capture summer sunsets. The west wing: an open living room that pours out onto decks outfitted to dine and entertain, an open kitchen, and a newly renovated dining space with a custom dining table with seating for twelve. The east wing: three bedrooms, one with a private patio and it’s own full bathroom. Two others share a full hall bath.
- Total Rooms 16
- Total Beds 7
- Full Baths 6
- Half Baths 1
- Lot Size 5.18
- Year Built 1988
- Year Renovated 2019
- Second Dwelling P/Sd
- Zoning LUG3
- Views Hbr, Trees/Woods
What we like about Wauwinet
The only business in the area, the Wauwinet Inn offers fine dining, spa services, exquisite rooms, and boat service to town for their guests and diners. Wauwinet is also where you access Great Point, the peninsula that forms Nantucket’s northernmost tip, and home to Great Point Light. Great Point remains under the protection of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation and the state’s Trustees of Reservations. An excursion along this ever-changing and unspoiled landscape, by boat or via four-wheel-drive vehicle, is a must-see while visiting Nantucket.Learn more
Representation by Jim Garrels[email protected] 508.784.1565
After practicing real estate in Manhattan, Jim moved to Austin, Texas to branch out into hospitality management, which he did until 2010, when Nantucket called him back to the East Coast. On Nantucket he particularly enjoys all of the things he wasn’t able to do in New York and Austin: surfing at Madaket, scalloping on the first morning of the season, sunsets and sunrises at Cisco with his wife, Tessa.About
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