September 1, 2009
This new waterfront home with 360-degree water views occupies a unique and coveted location on a petite peninsula on Chappaquiddick, the small ferry-accessed island off the east coast of Martha’s Vineyard. It was built as a multigenerational home for its owners and the families of their three grown children.
This multi-winged and dormered gambrel-roofed home with attached carriage house perfectly accommodates their spatial needs, including guest suites and a painting studio, while also allowing relative privacy between areas and blending seamlessly with local historic architecture. The waterside of the house, meanwhile, with its many windows and curving screened porch, provides enviable water views to the harbor and South Beach beyond.