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Travel Tuesday | Nantucket, Massachusetts


Travel Tuesday

Travel Tuesday | Nantucket, Massachusetts

You don’t always have to go far from home for a vacation- check out this New England gem for Travel Tuesday.

14 Madequecham Valley Road | Nantucket, Massachusetts

Brand new oceanfront luxury home with powerful views atop one of Nantucket's most cherished south shore beaches. This Slacktide built masterpiece features six en suite bedrooms, a pool with spa and baja shelf, sunken bluestone firepit, an outdoor kitchen, Lutron lighting system, Sonos throughout, and 200 feet of beachfront escape with a private staircase down to the ocean. Enjoy views throughout this property as the open concept on the main level has the ability to open out to the infrared heated and covered deck through two large accordion doors. Whale watching, sunset viewing, fishing and surfing are a few of the activities in which memories can be made at 14 Madequecham Valley Road. With over 6,000 square feet of livable area this structure includes a two story primary suite with heated floors in the bathroom, two walk in closets and sliding doors open out to a private deck and outdoor shower. Two second floor en suite guest bedrooms also have private decks with sprawling views of the coast. The large lower level with 10' ceilings contains a wine room, media room, sauna, two en suite bedrooms and a gym. This epic Emeritus design captures quintessential beach living and is just weeks away from completion.

Marketed by Sotheby’s International Realty

More on Nantucket

Nantucket is a charming island located off the coast of Massachusetts, known for its rich history and unique character. As one of the most popular summer destinations in the United States, Nantucket attracts visitors with its picturesque landscapes, cobblestone streets, and historic architecture.

The island's history dates back to the 17th century when it was first settled by English colonists. Whaling played a significant role in Nantucket's early economy, and remnants of this maritime heritage can be seen in the well-preserved homes and museums scattered across the island.

Nantucket's downtown area, characterized by cobblestone streets and historic buildings, offers a delightful atmosphere for exploration. Visitors can stroll through the narrow lanes lined with boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants, experiencing the island's unique blend of quaint charm and upscale sophistication.

The island is surrounded by pristine beaches, attracting beachgoers and nature enthusiasts alike. The natural beauty extends beyond the shore, with conservation areas and walking trails providing opportunities for outdoor activities and wildlife observation.

Nantucket's lighthouses, such as Sankaty Head Light and Brant Point Light, stand as iconic landmarks, offering panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Additionally, the island hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, adding to its vibrant cultural scene.

While Nantucket is a popular summer destination, it also maintains a quieter, more serene ambiance during the off-season, making it an appealing retreat for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty. Whether exploring its historic sites, enjoying its pristine beaches, or savoring the local cuisine, Nantucket captivates visitors with its timeless appeal and coastal allure.


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