Lake Tashmoo is a hidden gem in the densely built town of Vineyard Haven. Synonymous with pine woods and quiet residential neighborhoods of every description, the Tashmoo area features both old camps and modest homes to large summer houses. There are public town landing areas around the lake for launching boats, canoes, and kayaks. 

 

Tashmoo in the News

Citizens Organize to Save View From Tashmoo Overlook

Piping Plovers Nest at Tashmoo, Beach Closed to Protect Them

Gazette Chronicle: A Place Apart

Reviving the Old Tashmoo Spring Building

Pumping Station Awarded National Historic Status

Owners Remove Willows Blocking Tashmoo Views

Tisbury Covers the Waterfront: Taxis, Tashmoo, Town Relations

Tashmoo Overload
On Sept. 4 the Tisbury planning board will continue a public hearing on Island Housing Trust's proposed plans for 299 Daggett avenue.
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Land Bank Expands Beachfront at Tashmoo
Julia Wells

The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank bank added 400 feet of white sand beachfront to its holdings in Vineyard Haven Friday with the purchase of a five-acre parcel near the mouth of Lake Tashmoo.

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Little House Cafe Goes on the Market
Landry Harlan
The popular Vineyard Haven restaurant went on the market last last week with an asking price of $1.5 million.
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Irresistible 3-Season Beach Home
Karen M. Overtoom Real Estate

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655 Herring Creek Road, Vineyard Haven
Situated on a sandy barrier beach between Vineyard Sound and Lake Tashmoo, this historic cottage offers a true — and truly rare — beachfront living experience. The Herring Creek Cottage was built in 1920 and embodies an economical coastal Vineyard style. But the real value of this cottage lies beyond the walls.
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49 & 61 Kuffies Point Way, Vineyard Haven
From the imagination of celebrated author Judy Blume comes this stunning 2.3 acre property, formed from two adjacent lots and molded into a secluded waterfront compound. The estate features 200 feet of private beach, two deep-water moorings, colorful gardens and plenty of accessory structures where guests can settle in and stretch out.
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