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Resale Planned for Affordable Home in Edgartown
Although a number of questions went unanswered, Edgartown selectmen this week authorized the town affordable housing trust to buy and resell a home...
10:42 am, November 5, 2015
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Renovations Brighten Future for Mayhew-Meinelt House, Show Glimpses of the Past
The South Road home, owned by eight generations of the same family for more than 300 years, is getting its most complete makeover since it was built...
10:05 pm, November 2, 2015
Land Bank Looks to Create Campground on Southern Woodlands Property
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank is moving forward with plans to create a seasonal low impact campground on a two-acre site inside the Southern...
9:42 am, October 31, 2015
Amendment Aims at Saving Chilmark's Historic Homes
A proposed bylaw amendment aims to preserve pre-Civil War houses in Chilmark by amending the residential building size bylaw.
6:13 pm, October 29, 2015
Land Bank Expands Holdings at Fulling Mill Brook
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank will expand its Fulling Mill Brook Preserve in Chilmark with the purchase this week of 17 acres on Middle Road. The...
4:49 pm, October 28, 2015
In Love With the Old, Out with the New
Jonathan Scott’s new book, Pioneer Houses of Martha’s Vineyard, released this summer, offers a varied and meticulously researched look into the...
1:56 pm, October 22, 2015
Edgartown Leads the Way as High End Real Estate Sales Rise
Continuing an upward tick in high-end real estate sales on the Vineyard this year, a single-family home at Crackatuxet Cove in Edgartown sold last...
5:27 pm, October 8, 2015
In a Sea of White, a Yellow House Stands Tall
Mary Jane Carpenter
The yellow house at the head of Camp street at William street is not for sale, has not been neglected and is not in need of restoration. It is that...
11:47 am, October 6, 2015
Sunny Day, Sweeping the Clouds Away; Tell Me How to Get to William Street
Most of downtown Vineyard Haven was destroyed by fire in 1883. William street was untouched and now hosts the longest stretch of old buildings in...
2:44 pm, October 1, 2015
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