Tisbury Great Pond, Sepiessa Point, and a vast area of sandplain forest stretching from Airport Road south to the Atlantic Ocean comprise the south shore of West Tisbury, where small horse farms and summer and year-round homes mingle with upscale subdivisions like Deep Bottom, developed about twenty-five years ago.


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Record Price Sought for West Tisbury Property

A rare, unspoiled property fronting an expansive and remote stretch of the south shore in West Tisbury was placed on the market Thursday with an asking price of $92 million.

The 266-acre property, one of the largest contiguous landholdings on the Vineyard, is owned by Gerald DeBlois, a longtime resident of West Tisbury. The property that has been placed on the market does not include Mr. DeBlois’s residence which sits on a separate parcel of about 50 acres and is not for sale.

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