35 Low Beach Road


35 Low Beach Road Nantucket MA

35 Low Beach Road is an immaculate Sconset home that is accented by an original nineteenth-century cottage, now used as a guest house. The property is framed by high hedges, a large lawn and offers sweeping ocean vistas. The main floor bedroom, four bath home is beautifully appointed. From the second floor deck, there are expansive views across the Low Beach dunes to the Atlantic Ocean. The house and cottage spill onto the rear pool and spa area that has a very generous terrace and deck area which is ideal for summer living. The location is just 3/4s of a mile to Sconset center.

First Floor

From the spacious front lawn, a covered porch leads to the entry hallway. To the right end of the entry is a bedroom with ensuite bath with ample closets, a marble accented bath with a shower, a soaking tub and a double vanity. Turning left down the hallway there is a bedroom with ensuite bath (shower) and a family room with french doors that open onto another porch overlooking the pool area. This area has several seating areas and a ping pong table, creating a comfortable outdoor living area. Off the family room the third bedroom with ensuite bath (shower) and double vanity. Past the family room is a laundry room with a laundry sink, generous closet storage, and a half bath. This room also accesses the pool area and an outdoor shower.

Second Floor

There is a large open second-floor great room that features cathedral ceilings with exposed beams and a beadboard details and a wood burning fireplace. Facing east are French doors that open onto the ocean view deck, accented with a fire pit. Another set of french doors opens onto a deck looking westward over the pool and surrounding terrace. This deck also has a grilling area and accesses the kitchen via a convenient door. There is a spacious dining area with a built-in bar with under-counter wine refrigeration and a built-in banquet. The well-equipped kitchen has a walk-in pantry. Past the great room is the master suite with an ensuite bath (shower) and a double vanity. There is also a private office completing the master suite area.

Guest House

The guest house was the original home on this property and dates back to the 1800s. The cottage style interior has a delightful charm featuring beamed ceilings, wide-pine antique floors, an open living space, and a full kitchen along with an outdoor shower. The first floor consists of living/dining/kitchen (with a laundry closet); den and master bedroom with an ensuite bath (shower) that opens onto a hedged in private terrace. The second floor has a ship-like efficiency and includes three bedrooms and a full bath (a soaking tub with hand-held shower).

$5,150,000 Asking price
13 Rooms
8 Bedrooms
6 Bathrooms
0.49 Approx acres

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Edward Sanford

Email: edward@greatpointproperties.com

Mobile: 508-325-1582

Edward's grandparents came to Nantucket in the 1920's, establishing a summering tradition for both his mother's and father's families. He broke tradition by moving to the island year round in the early 1970's. In the late 1970's, he started the Sanford Boat Company with his brother and produced 22 Alerion Class Sloops, many of which still sail Nantucket's waters. Edward's real estate career has spanned all facets of the industry. He learned carpentry, owned and managed commercial real estate and the beautiful cottages on Old North Wharf. After receiving a Graduate Degree in Business Administration from Columbia University, he received his real estate license in 1986. He worked for Island Properties, along with Greg McKechnie, until 2003 when he opened Sanford Real Estate. In 2008, he merged Sanford Real Estate with Great Point Properties. Edward has also been involved in a number of island non-profits including the Nantucket Conservation Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Nantucket, and the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the Nantucket Zoning Board of Appeals, served as Chairman of the Nantucket Community Plan Steering Committee, and also Chaired the Mid-Island Area Plan Work Group. He loves to sail and play golf, and is a connoisseur of fine rums, a taste acquired from sailing through the Caribbean islands.

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