Nantucket Property Transfers - July 28-Aug. 3, 2017

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from July 28-Aug. 3, 2017:

NAHMA Property Family Limited Partnership to Richard Phillips, trustee, The Trust for Richard Phillips: 19 East Tristram Ave., dwelling, 2.19 acres, $12,250,000.

Union Street Partners II LLC to ItsOurBusiness LLC: 42A Union St., dwelling, .06 acres, $3,175,000.

Dennis W. Brush, trustee, of Cros Parantoux Trust, to Aaron Chadwick Shumaker, trustee Aaron Chadwick Shumaker Revocable Trust: 36 Nobadeer Ave., dwelling, .32 acres, $2,437,500.

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Nantucket Property Transfers 7/7-7/13

July 7-13

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from July 7-July 13, 2017:

David H. Murray Jr. and Karen O. Murray to August Pointe LLC: 7 Walsh St. and 8 Willard St., dwelling, .15 acres, $3,395,000.

Michael J. Riley and Martha C. Riley to The John T. Greene Revocable Trust: 12 Chatham Road, dwelling, .09 acres, $2,875,000.

Edward S. Heard Trust to Gordon C. Russell: 3 School St., dwelling, .10 acres, $2,500,000.

George W. Young and Cynthia M. Young to North Liberty Street LLC: 13 North Liberty St., dwelling, .30 acres, $2,158,334.

George Breen and Faith Breen to Galyna Afanasieva: 65 Miacomet Avenue, dwelling, .23 acres, $650,000.

The following transactions were exempt from the Land Bank transfer fee:

GRSR Berkeley Street Realty Trust to AHST 25 LLC: 14 Berkley St., $10.

Frank Holahan and Rose M. Gonnella to Prana Realty Partners LLC: Ipswich Street, $1.

Frank Holahan and Rose M. Gonnella to Prana Realty Partners LLC: 6 Devon St., $1.

Juniper Hill LLC to Pippen’s Way LLC: 6 Pippen’s Way, $0.

Land Bank revenues for July 7-July 13, 2017 were $221,566.68. Year-to-date revenues are 7,954,843.04. Land Bank income is derived primarily from the collection of a 2 percent transfer fee on real estate transactions, subject to certain exemptions.

Summertime Dining: Nantucket's Three Best Family Restaurants

Keepers

Recently opened by two young and vibrant locals, Keepers is a wonderful restaurant located on Amelia Drive. With its ideal out-of-town location, Keepers is a perfect choice for those who do not wish to deal with downtown summer traffic and parking. This restaurant offers a unique and customizable dining experience with the option of family-style sharing plates as well as pairing any desired entree and sides. With reasonable prices, Keepers is casual and homey and truly caters to a family dynamic. Keepers has patio dining with full-menu service as well as indoor dining depending on your mood.

Must try: Crispy Broccoli

5 Amelia Drive 

(508) 228-0009
Hours: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm CLOSED: Tuesday & Wednesday
Not accepting reservations.

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Millie's

Millie’s is another treasured restaurant outside of town. Located in Madaket, its westward location is prime for unparalleled sunset viewing. The atmosphere is casual and laid-back and after-beach attire is acceptable. The “California baja-style menu” of fresh, local seafood offers endless choices of quesadillas, tacos, po’ boys and salads. Making a choice is the only dilemma at hand. Millie’s is the perfect location for families, groups of friends, or couples. A take-out window is also easily accessible if you fancy dining on the beach instead. With the option of outdoor seating or upstairs dining with panoramic views Madaket’s greenery and the ocean, Millie’s relaxed and “beachy” ambience is unrivaled on Nantucket.

We recommend: Millie’s Margarita, chips and guacamole, “Hither Creek” taco

326 Madaket Road
(508) 228-8435
Hours: June 15-September 4: 7 days a week, 11 am-9:30 pm

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Sandbar Jetties Beach Bar and Restaurant

Just about a 10 minute walk from downtown Nantucket, Sandbar is a waterfront beach restaurant oasis. The spacious open-air restaurant and bar offers plenty of seating, or choose a picnic table on the sand under the sun. The menu features traditional clambakes and seafood, sandwiches, burgers, and fresh raw bar. Come for a cocktail and sit in colorful Adirondack chairs and dig your toes in the sand overlooking Jetties Beach and Nantucket Sound. Sandbar is the perfect spot for kids to run around on the sand or play at the Jettie’s playground. With a casual atmosphere, frequent live music, and quintessential location, Sandbar is the ultimate summer dining experience.

We recommend: Lobster Roll and Summertime Frosé

4 Bathing Beach Road 
(508) 228-2279 
Open Daily Lunch: 11:30-3pm

Buck-a-Shuck: 3-5 pm

Dinner: 5-9 pm

Bar open until 10pm 
No Reservations

 

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Nantucket Events 2017

Daffodil Festival Weekend:

April 28 - 30, 2017

“A weekend of events to celebrate springtime awakening on Nantucket Island. The Daffodil Festival on Nantucket  includes art shows, tours, parades (including the antique car parade  and tailgate picnic), exhibitions, contests, lectures, and, of course,  the annual Nantucket Daffodil Flower Show. There are activities for all ages, and faithful festival-goers dress up for the occasion and participate enthusiastically!”

http://www.daffodilfestival.com/events.php


Nantucket Wine Festival:

May 17 - 21, 2017
“This boutique experience of world class wines and award winning food will forever change you. Over the past 21 years, the Nantucket Wine & Food Festival has become one of the most celebrated wine and food events in the country. The majority of the festival events are charitable with proceeds benefitting a variety of island non-profits and community organizations each year.”
http://www.nantucketwinefestival.com

 

Nantucket Figawi Regatta:

May 27 - 29, 2017
“The 45th Annual Figawi Race Weekend is recognized as a top sailing event not only on the east coast but is known nationally as well as internationally. Figawi Race Weekend kicks off the Cape Cod and Nantucket summer season.”

http://figawi.com/

 

Memorial Day:

May 29, 2017

 

Nantucket Book Festival:

June 16-18, 2017

“Readers will gather in historic Nantucket venues for author readings, panel discussions, and social events that will provide unique opportunities to engage with their favorite authors.”

https://nantucketbookfestival.org/

 

Nantucket Film Festival:

June 21-26, 2017

The mission of this festival is “to promote the cultural awareness and appreciation of the art of screenwriting in the world of cinema. NFF has become one of the premiere destination film festivals in the world. Visitors come from all over to experience our preview screenings, signature programs, and stand out hospitality on a magical island rich with history, a friendly atmosphere, and beautiful sandy beaches.”

http://www.nantucketfilmfestival.org/

 

4th of July weekend, 2017
During the day, dress in your red, white, and blue and participate in the patriotic events held on Main Street. The road is blocked off for the annual water fight, watermelon and pie eating contests, and more. Bring your blankets and glow sticks and head to the beach to view the spectacular fireworks display at sunset. The energy is buzzing all weekend as the summer truly begins on the island!

 

Nantucket Yoga Festival:

July 7-9, 2017
“The Nantucket Yoga Festival is a community orientated celebration that brings together the very best world class yoga instructors, wellness experts and healthy living guides in a celebration of the spirit of the island. By coming together to explore ways to find a happier, healthier more peaceful way of living we can begin to affect positive change in our community and ultimately in the world around us.”

http://nantucketyogafestival.com/

 

Nantucket Comedy Festival:

July 12-15, 2017
“An annual summer event that brings top comedic talent to Nantucket Island as the major fundraiser for Stand Up & Learn, an island-based, year-round comedy education program serving Nantucket's children. The Nantucket Comedy Festival envisions Nantucket as a community connected by laughter.”

http://nantucketcomedyfestival.org/

 

Boston Pops at Jetties Beach:

August 12, 2017

"Every August, the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, joined by a special guest, take the stage at Jetties Beach in front of 7,000 concertgoers for an unforgettable night of entertainment, All funds generated during the event stay on Nantucket to sustain the hospital's year-round commitment to the health and wellbeing of the island community."

http://nantuckethospital.org/ways-to-get-involved/events/boston-pops

 

Nantucket Race Week:

August 13-20, 2017
“Nantucket Race Week is a nine-day experience that marshals the entire Nantucket community together in a fun-filled week of regattas, awards ceremonies, and parties. The races provide sport for everyone from young dinghy sailors and families in the household to grand prix racers at the very top of their profession.”
http://www.nantucketraceweek.org/page/nrw

 

Opera House Cup:

August 20, 2017
“The Opera House Cup Regatta is the grand finale of Nantucket Race Week, and the events culminate with the OHC Awards Party, held under the tents on Jetties Beach on Sunday evening. Good food, Spanky's famous raw bar, drinks, photos of the OHC race, a silent auction, raffle drawing, presentation of the awards and music keep the party jumping late into the evening. The OHC Awards Party is considered "the party of the season" on Nantucket, and there are easily over 1000 attendees.”
http://www.operahousecup.org/page/ohc

 

Labor Day:

September 4, 2017

 

The Nantucket Project:

September 14-17, 2017

The Nantucket Project is about what matters. We search for the most energetic and curious people on earth.” Listen to talks, lectures and discussions with great minds while expanding your own mental horizons.

https://www.nantucketproject.com/

 

Cranberry Festival:

October 7, 2017
“Come out to the Festival grounds and watch the berries being harvested, learn about the history of cranberry farming on Nantucket, participate in the family activities or just kick back and enjoy the music and the spectacular autumn scenery of one of the most unique and beautiful places on our Island. Don’t forget to bring home a pound, or two, of Nantucket Cranberries for the Holidays!”

https://www.nantucketconservation.org/activities/cranberry-festival/

 

Columbus Day:

October 9, 2017

 

Annual Halloween Parade:

October 31, 2017
Come dress up in your best costumes and parade up Main Street! Local businesses hand out a plethora of candy to trick-or-treaters.

 

Thanksgiving & Annual Cold Turkey Plunge:

November 23, 2017

Annual Tree Lighting & Community Caroling:

November 24, 2017

 

43rd Annual Christmas Stroll:

December 1-3, 2017
“Hundreds of decorated seven-foot Christmas trees line downtown streets and carolers in costume sing familiar holiday tunes at various downtown locations. A variety of live entertainment is offered in the middle of Main Street, which is closed to traffic for the day. There are craft shows, performances, special dinners at island restaurants (make your reservations now!), tours, and exhibitions. Many merchants still offer holiday refreshments to shoppers.”

http://christmasstroll.com/events.php

 

Nantucket Property Transfers ~ Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 2016

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 2016:

 

Theodore J. Leonsis and Lynn M. Leonsis to 18 Rabbit Run Road Trust: 18 Rabbit Run Road, dwelling, .88 acres, $8,500,000.

 

Barclay LLC to Beverly Markham 131 LLC: 131 Main St., dwelling, $6,875,000.

 

148 Main Street Realty Trust to Robin W. Puleo LLC: 148 Main St., dwelling, $4,695,000.

 

Anne P. Cronin to Marianne Hanley, trustee of Eighty Six Main Nominee Trust: 86 Main St., dwelling, .12 acres, $4,050,000.

 

Barclay LLC to Fisher Olmstead 133 LLC: 133 Main St., vacant land, $3,500,000.

 

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Nantucket Property Transfers July 29-Aug. 4, 2016

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from July 29-Aug. 4, 2016:

 

John D. Loughborough and Kerryanne Loughborough to Sunshine Daydream LLC: 5 Huckleberry Lane, dwelling, 1.84 acres, $7,800,000.

 

James A. Haslam III and Susan B. Haslam to Michael Altman and E. Alexandria Stewart, trustees, JEN Sankaty Lighthouse Trust: 37 and 41 Sankaty Road, dwelling, 4.25 acres and 4.24 acres, $6,700,000.

 

Grey Woods LLC to Ian B. MacTaggart and Christine M. MacTaggart: 1 Brooks Farm Road, dwelling, $5,300,000.

 

Theresa Hutt Fortgang to 1 James Street Trust: 53 Walsh St., dwelling, $4,750,000.

 

Peter D. Glazer and Kristine L. Glazer to John D. Loughborough and Kerryanne Loughborough: 3 Pilgrim Court, dwelling, $4,225,000.

 

Robert Elliot to Albion Ridge LLC: 1 Elliott’s Way, dwelling, $3,500,000.

 

Sankaty Head Golf Club to Faith Frable: 314 Polpis Road, dwelling, 4.11 acres, $1,995,000.

 

Peter and Victoria Webster to Kristy R. Acosta: 2 Prospect St., dwelling, .14 acres, $1,525,000.

 

Daniel Moore Jr. and Nancy M. Moore, Thirty-Seven Madaket Road Nominee Trust, to David Carreau and Janet Carreau: 37 Madaket Road, dwelling, $1,025,000.

 

Carl M. Jelleme to Peter D. Glazer and Kristine L. Glazer: 1 Pilgrim Court, dwelling, $750,000.

 

Marjorie Aguiar to Ejidijus Meidus: 12 Scott's Way, vacant land, 1.84 acres, $725,000.

 

Lawrence C. Ray Trust to Christina Wiggins and Thomas Wiggins: 40 Vesper Lane, dwelling, .35 acres, $700,000.

 

The following transactions were exempt from the Land Bank transfer fee:

 

Dennis J. Quinn Revocable Trust to ACK BEACH PROPERTY LLC: 120 Tom Nevers Road, $10.

 

Steven Colangelo, trustee, Killdeer Lane Nominee Trust, and Janis Colangelo, trustee, Killdeer Lane Nominee Trust, to Steven and Janis Colangelo: 32 Killdeer Lane, $10.

 

Thomas W. Killian and Leslie Z. Killian to Captains Quarters LLC: 72R Cliff Road, $1.

 

Thomas W. Killian and Leslie Z. Killian to Captains Quarters LLC: 5 The Captains Lane, $1.

 

The Bird’s Nest LLC to Thomas E. Taylor: 5 Tetawkimmo Drive, $1.

 

Martha L. Berman, Joseph S. Berman, Anne Berman-Schnitzer and Thomas F. Berman, trustees of the Martha L. Berman Qualified Personal Residence Trust, to Lanny A. Oppenheim, trustee of the Trust for Issue Under Article VI of the Martha L. Berman Qualified Personal Residence Trust: 249 Polpis Road, $1.

 

Mark Lipson, trustee of the Lipson Family Irrevocable Trust, to Mark Lipson and Carol A. Lipson, husband and wife: 15 Swain St. Unit #C-2/3, $0.

 

37 North Liberty Street Realty Trust to the 2016 Deborah Glee Miller and Carol Ann Nast Revocable Trust: 37 North Liberty St., $0.

 

Scott A. Woods to Kathleen J. Flaherty: 19 Kittiwake Lane, $0.

 

Land Bank revenues for July 29-Aug. 4, 2016 were $755,400. Year-to-date revenues are $9,436,634.03. Land Bank income is derived primarily from the collection of a 2 percent transfer fee on real estate transactions, subject to certain exemptions.

 

 

Nantucket Treasures - Madaket

Madaket, with it's tranquil harbor and tidal flats was where the first European settlers of Nantucket landed in 1659. Over the years the area served as a farming and fishing community, until modern transportation transformed it into an idyllic vacation spot.

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5 things to do on Nantucket that your kids will love

One of the many amazing aspects Nantucket is the diversity of activities that are available throughout the summer. Whatever your kids are into chances are you'll find it on Nantucket. Try one or try them all we're sure your kids (and you) will enjoy them!

 

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Nantucket Property and Land Transfers June 2016

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from June 24-30, 2016:

  • 6 North Star Lane LLC to William H. Hunter, trustee, 6 North Star Lane Nominee Trust:
  • 6 North Star Lane, dwelling, $3,750,000 Santander Bank, N.A., to 10 Austin Farm LLC:
  • 10 Austin Farm Drive, dwelling, $1,030,000. Robert and Catherine Launie to Emilly Brooke Rubin:
  • 20 Lyons Lane, dwelling, 1.14 acres, $900,000. Wilmington Trust, NA, successor trustee to Citibank, N.A., trustee, to John Marshall Thompson:
  • 95A Orange St., condominium, $439,425. Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, to Stacey E. McMahon and James M. McMahon:
  • 28A Killdeer Lane, Unit 1, condominium, $425,000. Town of Nantucket to J. Pepper Frazier II and Angel Conrad Frazier:
  • Lot 7, Woodbine Street and Nobadeer Avenue, vacant land, $5,001.

The following transactions were exempt from the Land Bank transfer fee:

  • Sconset Hydrangeas LLC to Hydrangea Lane No. 1 LLC:
  • 2 Hydrangea Lane, $1. Sconset Hydrangeas LLC to Hydrangea Lane No. 2 LLC:
  • 3 Hydrangea Lane, $1. Sconset Hydrangeas LLC to Hydrangea Lane No. 3 LLC:
  • 10 Hydrangea Lane, $1. Sconset Hydrangeas LLC to Hydrangea Lane No. 4 LLC:
  • 11 Hydrangea Lane, $1. Sconset Hydrangeas LLC to Hydrangea Lane No. 5 LLC:
  • 13 Hydrangea Lane, $1. Sconset Hydrangeas LLC to Hydrangea Lane No. 6 LLC:
  • 14 Hydrangea Lane, $1. Nancy M. Mack to Mack Realty Trust, Gerald R. Mack and Nancy McGee Mack, trustees:
  • 4 Tautemo Way, $1. Dalton T. and Jennifer L. Frazier to D&G LLC:
  • 33 Jefferson Ave., $1. Charles E. Toombs to Jamie V. Marks and Mary T. Marks:
  • 4 Toombs Court, $0.

Land Bank revenues for June 24-30, 2016 were $120,988.52. Year-to-date revenues are $8,080,762.29. Land Bank income is derived primarily from the collection of a 2 percent transfer fee on real estate transactions, subject to certain exemptions. -

 

Nantuckets Best Beaches

Nantucket offers some of the finest beaches in the eastern United States, from the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge on it's northeastern shore to beautiful Madaket on it's western shore. Nantucket beaches have something for everyone, with protected beaches along the north shore to open ocean beaches along the south shore for those interested in catching a few waves.

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Spring Nantucket Restaurant Week

What a great Spring we've had and we can't think of a better way to say goodbye then with this last event.  We all have our favorite places on the island to eat but restaurant week is a great opportunity to shake things up a little and see what else is available on the island. 

LogoSpring restaurant week - Spring restaurant week is June 6th through the 12th. Dine on prix fixe menus at participating Nantucket dining establishments. Experience exceptional food, wine and Nantucket's hospitality.

For a complete list of the participating restaurants and their proposed menus check out the Nantucket Restaurant week website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nantucket Property and Land Transfers

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from April 29-May 5, 2016:

 

William J. Boardman II and Susan R. Boardman to MMS Investment Trust LLC: 8 Ash St., dwelling, $3,550,000.

 

Island Realty Associates LLC to Michael G. Bloomberg, trustee Matlin Trust: 44 Pine St., dwelling, $2,900,000.

 

Nantucket Historical Association to Ten Straight Wharf LLC: 10 Straight Wharf, business, .05 acres, $1,850,000.

 

Stephan L. Porten and Nancy Porten to Back East LLC: 77 Orange St., dwelling, $1,792,500.

 

W2K Enterprises LLC to Gary Creem: 8 Hydrangea Lane, dwelling, $1,650,000.

 

Christopher and Heather Jones to Edward K. Mills and Kimberly A. Mills: 79 Somerset Road, dwelling, $1,150,000.

 

Joseph John Associates LLC to 9 Williams LLC: 9 Williams St., dwelling, $935,000.

 

Christopher G. Holland to Kenneth S. Riseborough and Denise Riseborough: 76 Pleasant St., dwelling, $717,500.

 

Christopher F. Holland to Joshua Sibley-Liddle and Michelle Birmingham: 21A Park Circle, dwelling, $509,000.

 

The following transactions were exempt from the Land Bank transfer fee:

 

Kathleen M. McGrady to Nantucket Islands Land Bank: 64 Polpis Road, $1,000,000.

 

Daniel J. Slosek to Nantucket Islands Land Bank: 66 Polpis Road, $900,000.

 

Patrick F. Slosek and Cassandra L. Reece, trustees of the Slosek Polpis Realty Trust, to Nantucket Islands Land Bank: 68 Polpis Road, $900,000.

 

Sachem’s Path Nantucket LLC to Svetlomir Aleksiev: 21 Nanina Drive, $353,000.

 

William P. Manchester and Amy Manchester to Jonathan G. Klatt and Sandra L. Klatt: 3 Manchester Circle (portion) $280,000.

 

Paul M. Roberts and Margaret S.M. Roberts to Margaret S.M. Roberts, trustee of Margaret S.M. Roberts Revocable Trust: 44 Lovers Lane, $1.

 

Patrick Harold and John Harold to Harold Brothers Realty LLC: 23 Walsh St., $1.

 

Steven A. Lawrence to Debra Lawrence: 17 and 19 Allen’s Way, $0.

 

John D. Bailey and Julie G. Bailey to John D. Bailey and Julie Geiger Bailey, trustees, The Bailey Family Trust: 9A Essex Road, $0.

 

Nantucket Islands Land Bank to Moors End Farm LLC: 56 Polpis Road, $0.

 

Sarah F. Alger, trustee, the Anne C. Allen Qualified Personal Residence Trust, to William C. Spring, Stephen D. Weeks and William H. Claflin IV, trustees of the Anne C. Allen 19 Hulbert Avenue Trust: 19 Hulbert Ave., $0.

 

Land Bank revenues for April 29-May 5, 2016 were $291,080. Year-to-date revenues are $5,235,795.53. Land Bank income is derived primarily from the collection of a 2 percent transfer fee on real estate transactions, subject to certain exemptions.

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Nantucket Property and Land Transfers May 20-26

The following property transfers were recorded in the Registry of Deeds from May 20-26, 2016:

 

EK Associates LLC to Mark Bono and Elizabeth Gilbert-Bono: 15 Black Fish Lane, dwelling, $3,200,000.

 

Mark Bono to Wallace Wade Moon LLC: 35 King St., dwelling, $2,080,000.

 

14 Brewster Road Nominee Trust to Donald F. Russell and Mary T. Russell: 14 Brewster Road, vacant land, $1,500,000.

 

Rugged Scott LLC to Andrew Cuneo and Lauren Cuneo: 14 Blazing Star Road, dwelling, .15 acres, $1,360,000.

 

Stan Waldman and Nancy Waldman to Christopher E. Jones and Heather V. Jones: 30 Creek Lane, dwelling, $1,351,000.

 

Jason T. Glenn to Christopher M. Black and Jennifer L. Black: 11 Hawthorne Lane, dwelling, .85 acres, $1,144,000.

 

Michael H. and Wendy Burnham Morris to Michael and Mary Tess Stewart: 9 Rudder Lane, dwelling, $1,055,000.

 

Dennis B. Sullivan to 2A Thurston’s Way LLC: Unit A, 2 Thurston’s Way, condominium, $695,000.

 

Lemberg Son & Daughter LLC to Caribel Garcia: 13C Amelia Drive, business, $390,000.

 

Erik Lauritzen to Lady Boss LLC: 37G Old South Road, Building D, Unit 15, condominium, $380,000.

 

Derek Malila to Jeffrey Davis: 205 Madaket Road, dwelling, .49 acres, $90,000.

 

The following transactions were exempt from the Land Bank transfer fee:

 

Henry G. Askew to 21 Pilgrim LLC: 21 Pilgrim Road, $1.

 

Lindsey Butler to Butler Trust: 12 Atlantic Ave., $1.

 

Paul J. Gemis and Jocelyn C. Duffy, trustees, Gemis-Duffy Realty Trust, to Paul J. Gemis and Jocelyn C. Gemis: 12 Long Pond Drive, $1.

 

Beverly N. Knapp, trustee of Beverly Knapp Trust Acct. ,and Wendy Lee Austin, to Beverly N. Knapp and Wendy Lee Austin: 23 Goldfinch Drive, $1.

 

Wallace Wade Moon LLC to George Shuba LLC: 35 King St., $0.

 

Miscia Nominee Trust to V&L Stroll LLC: 23B Union St., $0.

 

21 New Street LLC to Arthur B. Dodge III and Sageworth Trust Company, trustees, Arthur B. Dodge II 2012 MG Trust: 21 New St., $0.

 

Land Bank revenues for May 13-19, 2016 were $264,910. Year-to-date revenues are $6,293,125.53. Land Bank income is derived primarily from the collection of a 2 percent transfer fee on real estate transactions, subject to certain exemptions.

 

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Nantucket Wine Festival 2016

Spring is here! Now that the warmer temperatures have arrived and you've had a chance to officially kickoff Spring with the Daffodil festival, it's time to turn our attention to the next big event.

Whether you're a long-time island resident or just looking to get away for a week, this next event offers a little something for everyone and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do every year.

 

 

 

Daffodil Festival 2016

After a mild Winter here on the Island, Spring is here and we're ready to kick off the season with the 2016 Daffodil Festival. Whether you're a local or visitor to this great island, Spring on Nantucket can't be missed. Warmer temperatures and festive events make this a special time of year.  

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Your Nantucket Vacation: Using A Local Rental Agency Makes a Big Difference

If you're looking to rent a vacation home on Nantucket but don't know where to start, you're not alone.

Recently the Internet has exploded with a number of website designed to make your search easier, but more often than not people find themselves overwhelmed by the volume of information available. Finding the perfect beach house or vacation villa isn't easy, but there are resources that can help guarantee you get the vacation you want.

Here at The Maury People Sotheby's International Realty we provide a wealth of resources to help you find your dream holiday property. We continue to investments in our online rental system to make it easy for you to find the perfect home for a week, month or the whole summer. Our mobile friendly site allows you to quickly see availability on the key properties that meet your specific holiday needs.

3 Reasons to use a local rental agency

Renting a vacation home doesn't have to be stressful. Thorough and advanced planning can make your holiday more enjoyable and help ensure that you'll be able to book the home you desire.

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3 Tips for Renting a Vacation Property on Nantucket

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Whether you're a first timer or a regular visitor to the island chances are, you've heard the travel mantra 'book early'. When it comes to Nantucket this adage is doubly true as finding the perfect vacation home for the week or the season can be difficult and if you want to bring a car 'forget about it'. 

For more than thirty years, Maury People Sotheby's International Realty has been Nantucket's largest and most successful vacation rental and sales agency. We maintain an inventory of more than one thousand private Nantucket rental homes for you to choose from. As for your car, well lets just say booking early is required as the Steamship Authority regularly sells out during the peak season. Advanced auto reservations are available starting with Internet orders on Jan. 12th and phone orders on Jan. 19th this year.

Advantages of booking early

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Nantucket in Winter - A Different Path

Winter on Nantucket is something special, specifically for those that frequent the island during the Summer months. In Winter the crowds slowly dwindle, the beaches clear out and island is transformed back into the small town it's always been.

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Nantucket Stroll

'Buy Local' is a popular rallying cry these days but here on the island it's more than just a passing fad. And the annual Christmas Stroll is a perfect example, since 1973 local merchants have been keeping their shops open late on the first Friday in December to celebrate the season. The first Stroll, was only three hours in duration but by all accounts it was a huge success. Over the years, the event has grown to become a nationally-renowned holiday event.

Today, the Nantucket Christmas Stroll is still held the first full weekend in December (4th - 6th) with preparations starting after Thanksgiving. Hundreds of decorated trees line the streets, and are illuminated at dusk the day after Thanksgiving.

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