Historic Edgartown home belonged to Oscar Winning Actress Particia Neal

  • Historic Edgartown Home, belonged to Oscar Wining Actress Patricia Neal
  • What a great history this Edgartown home has  “The Captain Valentine Pease House on South Water Street. Offered here is one of Edgartown’s true whaling captain’s homes that is rich with history and dates to 1836.  The original owner, Captain Pease of the whaling ship “Acushnet,” is believed to be one of the inspirations behind Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick” character Captain Ahab, as Melville’s brief career at sea featured a term under Captain Pease.  Additionally, in recent times, the property was owned for many years by Oscar-winning actress Patricia Neal.  Currently, the home, which sits opposite from the Mayhew Parsonage and enjoys clear views of the harbor as a result, is an attractive blend of modern amenities and historic charm, having been updated through the years with a new kitchen with granite counters, central air conditioning, forced hot water heat, and more.  Completing the property is a private back yard and detached one car garage that is set back from South Water Street.  A rare offering in the village’s center.”  Click here for more information. Priced at $3,380,000

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I am an exclusive buyers agent working and living on the beautiful Island Of Martha's Vineyard. I am a REALTOR® (member of National Association of Realtors), a member of the National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents. I help people fulfil their dreams of buying a home on Martha's Vineyard. I don't sell homes, I help people buy a home.
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