Single Family Property for Sale in Oak Bluffs, #35049

Single Family Homes - Oak Bluffs, East Chop Lagoon/Harbor | 33 Beach Road Oak Bluffs MA
  • Rooms/BD
    8/4
  • Bath(s)
    2
  • SqF
    1,622 ft²
  • Price
    $1,500,000

Description

Smell it! Feel it! Taste it...the sea that is! Waterfront 3 season cottage looking westerly over Vineyard Haven Harbor. Sunsets and sailboats everyday plus a DEEPWATER DOCK for all your boating needs. Originally known as "Station #7" of the NY Yacht Club, this historic home was used "back in the day" to give club members a comfortable place to tie up their tenders and step ashore while sailing the waters around the Vineyard. Converted to the Classic 4 bedroom cottage it is today; in the not too distant past. Newer kitchen. Water views from most rooms. Off street parking. A one-of-a-kind property!

Floor 1: Set behind a large privacy fence dripped in Wisteria is the entry porch...perfect shady place to relax. Enter the main level with updated kitchen to the left and a living/dining combination (wood burning, stone surround fireplace) that runs the width of the house and has water views from every point in the room. A converted porch is a 2nd living room that "almost" hangs over the water. Walk out to the covered porch looking down the dock and you realize that "this is where you are meant to be". Back inside you find a master bedroom, 2 full baths, a den and laundry room.

Floor 2: 3 classic seasonal bedrooms with vaulted ceilings...2 with a view of the water.

Basement: no

Other Buildings: stoage shed and car port converted to workshop and storage

Second Dwelling:

Amenities

Outdoor amenities
Outdoor Shower

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MV Property Location

Listing ID: #35049

  • Year Built: 1895
  • Zoning: R1
  • Flooring: wood
  • Yard: side yard
  • Foundation:
  • Water: Town
  • Heating: Propane Monitor