Real Estate Market Overview July 2016

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Edgartown Harbor Front Luxury Compound

The Captain Dexter House and The Ferry House, 2 & 4 Morse St, Edgartown, comprise of 2 houses and separate studio /office compound located on the Edgartown harborfront in the downtown historic district, There is a dock with dockage for up to 17′ Whaler type craft. Featured in Architectural Digest. Click here for more details.

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Luxury Katama Beach House, Martha’s Vineyard

Scrub Oak

7 Scrub Oak Drive, Edgartown, MA $4,850,000. Gorgeous waterview family compound with swimming pool in the heart of Katama, less than 500 yards to South Beach and the Atlantic Ocean Highlights include wide wraparound mahogany decks that take advantage of the water views (there are 6 decks totaling 4,000 sq ft), exterior stone fireplace, 3 master bedroom suites, custom masonry work, wine room, three dining areas, two outdoor showers, infra-red sauna, and more. The stunning pool area includes jacuzzi and seating area with pergola as well as a separate mahogany sundeck. Sand volleyball court offers fun for family and friends, and the spacious lawns include a children’s play area and an area for frisbee, soccer, or throwing a football around. This could be your very own beach resort! Investors take note: $300,000 in rental income in 2015! Click here for more information.

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Real Estate Market Overview January 2016

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Historical Market Stats Martha’s Vineyard

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Martha’s Vineyard Luxury Estates

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Fall Decorating Ideas For Your Martha’s Vineyard Home.

Fall beckons the arrival of cold weather and an inviting atmosphere inside your home. However, the exquisite beauty of waterfront homes for sale and Martha’s Vineyard real estate still needs a touch of fall to coalesce interior and exterior beauty. Luxury homes are incomplete without four pieces of seasonal décor for fall.

Fall Decorating Ideas For Your Martha's Vineyard Home

Hang a Wreath or Three.

A wreath is the universal signal of good-tidings and changing of the seasons to your guests. Luxury homes in Martha’s Vineyard evoke the value and significance of a wreath on the door, at the front of the drive, and near any possible area where a passerby may see it.  In early fall, try to incorporate wreathes of branches and waterfront homes for sale themes. This will mesh the changing season with the meeting of land and sea in Martha’s Vineyard.

Create a Luxurious Setting With Candles.

As the seasons change, there will be less sunlight to fill your home. Add a few candles, especially those with harvest-scents, to your living room, kitchen, and bathrooms. This will add a pleasant aroma and increase the amount of light in your home.

Change Your Throw Pillows.

Although you may not want to change your furniture each season, changing your throw pillows can give a seasonal feel to your furniture. Switch your throw pillows from summer- and spring-colored ones, such as blue, purple, and white, to autumn-themed colors, such as orange, red, yellow, and black.

Change Your Towels to Earthen Tones.

Similar to changing throw pillows, swap out airy, bright towels in your kitchen, lavatories, and other areas of your home with autumn-themed items.

By making these four changes to luxury homes, the interior atmosphere can easily be shifted to a welcoming setting for the harvest. To find out more about Waterfront homes for sale, vacation homes for sale, and more real estate for sale in Martha’s Vineyard, please contact our office today. 

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