This antique Nantucket home has been thoughtfully and masterfully restored and represents an opportunity to live in the heart of the Old Historic District. The location, which bridges Town, the Cliff, and Brant Point, offers every convenience and is among the most desirable and coveted on the island. Built in 1770, this four bedroom, three and one-half home has been owned by one family for more than 50 years. Impeccably maintained, it is in pristine condition. Original details, such as the antique wide pine floors, beamed ceilings, traditional millwork, iron hardware, and four fireplaces have been preserved and suggest a respect for the historic integrity of the Early American, Quaker-style aesthetic. From the cobbled street, this home appears to be a step back into Nantucket’s rich and storied history: the pitched roof, the sidelights on either side of the front door, the picket fence that separates the clapboard facade from the brick way. Yet once inside, it is clear that great care has been taken to update it with the highest quality amenities and appointments for today’s modern lifestyle. 25 North Water Street awaits a new family to call it their Nantucket home today and for future generations.
The front door opens to a reception area with a closet and handsome paneling in a crisp white hue. A curved stairway with charming rope rail leads upstairs. To the right is a lovely formal living room with charming bay window, original wood beams, and beautifully maintained antique wood floors. A second living room has an exposed brick wall with fireplace, built-in library shelves, and interior shutters and opens to the spacious and sun-filled, eat-in kitchen. Carrera marble countertops, custom cabinetry, a pantry, and stainless steel appliances (including a commercial grade gas stove and ventilation hood) elevate the look of this kitchen, which is truly up to the standards of any chef. Custom windows along one wall welcome the island’s glorious light and French doors open to the large expansive patio for summertime entertaining and large, professionally landscaped yard that is extremely private – truly a rarity in the historic district. Off the spacious kitchen/dining area is an additional family room with French doors and white paneling. This room could also be used as a formal dining room.
- Total Rooms 10
- Total Beds 4
- Full Baths 3
- Half Baths 1
- Lot Size 0.12
- Year Built 1770
- Second Dwelling None
- Zoning ROH
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