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Sconset Living Room

This week’s open house took me out to the lovely village of Sconset, a paradise for those who like to get away from it all. Rich in natural beauty, Sconset is a favorite summer destination due to its rose-covered cottages, simple central village, and majestic...

Nantucket Waterfront Home

Today was the perfect warm and sunny spring day to emerge from the office for an open house. Waterfront was the name of the game today, and this beautiful home in Quaise certainly did not disappoint. At the end of a quiet dirt road graced...

nantucket antique car parade

Spring has sprung and so have plans for Nantucket’s annual Daffodil Festival. Every spring as the snow melts and gives way to patches of lilting yellow flowers, there is a palpable buzz in the air about the upcoming season and all the memories that will...

Like many other older cities and towns across the United States, Nantucket is a historic district that contains older buildings considered valuable for historical and architectural reasons. A commission of elected members oversees the preservation of this district. In 1966, Nantucket was also designated a...

The Blizzard of 2015, dubbed Winter storm Juno by The Weather Channel, will not soon be forgotten on Nantucket. Snow began falling early on Monday, January 26th and picked up intensity as night fell over the island. As dawn broke on Tuesday morning a blanket...

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