This stunning in-town estate truly has it all, from LEED Certification to spectacular indoor and outdoor living spaces, there is luxurious detailing throughout its 9,000 square feet.
The first floor features a dramatic Great Room framed by a two and a half story, Lew French custom stone fireplace. The vaulted mahogany ceiling is designed to look like an inverted ships hull. There are second floor wraparound balcony overlooks, multiple seating areas, and double French doors open out to the pool area and covered outdoor entertaining areas.
There is a large formal Dining Room and deluxe Chef Kitchen with Lounge Area. The nicely-equipped Kitchen has commercial stainless appliances, large prep island/breakfast bar, concrete counters, and Butler s pantry. The Kitchen opens to a sunny lounge area with seating, fireplace and media center.
The first floor also has a deluxe Mahogany Bar room with pocket doors that open to an outdoor bar area by the pool. There is also a first floor Office, plus a Library/Study.
Four of the five Bedrooms are upstairs. They all feature en suite baths, including the deluxe Master Bath with steam shower and soaking tub. The second floor also has a Library, a wet bar, and a deck with hot tub.
The fifth Bedroom is on the lower level, along with a Home Theater with sofa seating, a Game Room with ping pong, a Fitness Room, and a cedar sauna.
The grand outdoor living areas include a large, covered stone patio with a dining area and a lounge area, each with its own fireplace. The 18 by 32-foot heated Pebble Tec pool has a large stone patio surround as well as mature gardens and grounds.
Should you ever decide to leave, all of downtown Edgartown, with its restaurants, shops, and harbor, is only a block or two away.
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