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.
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.
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
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