In the heart of Brant Point, 25 Willard Street sits a short distance from Hulbert Avenue and access to Nantucket Harbor. This classic summer home has been re-imagined by Matthew MacEachern of Emeritus Development into a spacious five-bedroom, five and one-half bathroom home accompanied by a free-standing garage. Conservation Commission and HDC approvals have been obtained and the property is awaiting a Buyer to create their perfect summer home.
From the entry hall to the right is a bedroom with two single beds and bath with a shower. To the left of the entry is a generous living room with a fireplace and door to the covered porch. Down the entry hall there is a dining room and through that dining room is the kitchen. The dining room has access to the wrap around covered porch. From there kitchen there is a second first floor bedroom with a queen bed and a bath with a tub. This bedroom has exterior access.
- Selling Date 9/15/2023
- Listed Date 5/25/2023
- Days on Market 113
- % To Listing Price 97
- Total Rooms 10
- Total Beds 7
- Full Baths 4
- Lot Size 0.45 acres
- Year Built 1900
- Year Renovated --
- Zoning R1
What we like about Brant Point
Brant Point is a classic summer enclave, adjacent to Town, featuring a shoreline that runs from the White Elephant to Jetties Beach. The homes in this area vary from casual summer cottages to grand stately waterfront homes. Jetties Beach is well suited for calm water swimming with the convenience of public restrooms and changing rooms, a restaurant (The Sandbar at Jetties Beach), and Nantucket Community Sailing (NCS). Whether you want to relax on the beach, enjoy the outdoor dining, or rent a kayak or boat from NCS, Jetties Beach is an ideal family-friendly summer setting.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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