On a snowy day, a horse's stripe blends into its surroundings. Ray Ewing

Monday, January 14, 2013

Flat Point Farm, a 91-acre working farm nestled between two coves of the Tisbury Great Pond, has been owned by the Fischer family for several generations. The family, which is selling a portion of the land due to estate planning, is seeking to prevent the land from falling into private ownership, and is instead asking the town of West Tisbury or a conservation group to consider purchasing the land.

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sally apy, edgartown
So many fond memories here! What an amazing property to preserve and make available to the public. There are MANY creative options to consider. In general, Martha's Vineyard does well with this sort of thing..........
February 5, 2013 - 3:03pm


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