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14.6 acres in Dukes County, Massachusetts

657 Scrubby Neck Road, West Tisbury, Massachusetts 02575 - Dukes County
$5,250,000 14.60 Acres
6 Bedroom 7 Bathrooms 5740 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3224486

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Located on 14.6 acres on Watcha Pond, this elegant contemporary home is an architectural masterpiece. Designed by Robert Young, this passive solar designed home features 6 bedrooms and boasts over 5,740 sq. ft. of living space. A dramatic entryway leads you to a grand living area lined with oversized windows showcasing the exquisite landscape and water views. Gourmet kitchen, open dining room for large gatherings, home office and screened porch, 2 guest bedrooms with a shared bath, large library, 2 additional guest bedroom suites and a spacious master bedroom suite with private waterview deck. The second floor features another master bedroom suite and deck overlooking the rolling landscape, Watcha Pond & Atlantic Ocean. White oak floors, fir walls, mahogany windows, oversized bluestone, pigmented concrete are all just a few materials that were hand selected while building this extraordinary home. Truly a unique offering with unmatched privacy & modern detail on Martha's Vineyard.

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Martha's Vineyard. Scrubby Neck Road in West Tisbury

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Thomas Wallace

Wallace & Co. Sotheby's Int'l.

1 North Water Street
Edgartown, MA

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