Real Estate Roundup | Nantucket Property Transfers December 21, 2023

Sponsored by Maury People Sotheby's International Realty, Nantucket Current publishes the following summary of the past weeks sales, the Real Estate Roundup. 

This week’s Current Real Estate Roundup includes property transfers from December 14, 2023 to December 21, 2023. It is led by the sale of a Flintlock Road property for over $3.8 million, a West York Lane property for over $2.5 million, and a Meadow View Drive property for over $2.4 million.

32 Flintlock Road for $3,825,000 from Owen Realty Trust to 32 Flintlock Road LLC, 2.20 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $76,500 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $2,938,800.
Sold By Chandra Miller, Broker, Maury People Sotheby's International Realty

Property Description: “Fabulous property to call home, this private 2+ acre oasis is located on the quiet east side of Tom Nevers – offering dramatic views and vistas with distant ocean views.

"Tucked away on a street filled with mature foliage, this property abuts 28 acres of protected green space owned by the Nantucket Land Bank. The property boasts an expansive lawn, two dwellings including a 3-bedroom main house with finished lower level and a 3-bedroom cottage also with three finished floors of living. The front and side yard highlight your open sky and outdoor living for entertaining and privacy with potential for a pool, cabana, and outdoor kitchen.”

6 West York Lane for $2,650,000 from Peter O. Carey and Elizabeth K. Carey to John E. Tiffany and Karen Tiffany, .11 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $53,000 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $1,674,200.

Seller Represented by Lisa Winn, Broker and the buyer was represented by Chandra Miller, Broker  both of Maury People Sotheby's International Realty.

Property Description: “This enchanting 3-bedroom house with a separate, adorable, rose covered 1-bedroom cottage was featured in Nantucket Cottages and Gardens by Leslie Linsley. Enter from the brick patio and garden into the light filled living, dining area and kitchen. There is also a bedroom and full bath on the first floor. Two bedrooms and shared bath complete the second floor. The detached one-bedroom cottage with loft was once the art studio of well-known Nantucket artist Barbara Van Winkelen.

“Enjoy the beautiful yard with a lovely garden and large brick patio. Two off street parking spaces. Located on a pretty, quiet street, and just .6 miles to Main Street. This property is not to be missed.”

36 Meadow View Drive for $2,450,000 from James G. Hinson & Amy Hinson to 36 Meadow LLC, .46 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $29,000 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $2,174,600.

Property Description: “Discover a remarkable property nestled in the heart of Nantucket. This west of Town main residence and guest cottage occupies a generous half-acre lot. With a convenient 1.5-mile drive to town and close to schools, Cisco Brewery, Bartlett's Farm, Surfside, Cisco and Miacomet Beaches, this location offers unparalleled accessibility.

“Enjoy the sunny backyard with ample space to spread out. Unlock the potential for a lucrative income stream while adding your personal touch to this enticing investment opportunity.”

3 Bear Street for $1,590,000 from Estate of Constance Q. Umberger to Marianne Crowdis and Chris Crowdis, .20 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $31,800 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $1,744,100.

Property Description: “Perched on the edge of town and a stone’s throw from the harbor, the Tristram Bunker House remains in much of its original condition. It is one of the oldest houses on Nantucket Island. Steeped in history going back to the early 18th century, the house was built in 1720 and moved to its current location around 1756. Originally a “lean-to” home, an “ell” was added to the house in 1840. The house received a more modern wing in the 1980s. Former owners of the house include whale ship captains and members of the Bunker, Gardner and Folger families.

“The most recent owner was Connie Umberger - a beloved island educator and founder of the Nantucket Garden Festival. The garden surrounding the house is a testament to her love of natural beauty and historic preservation. The house has a flexible floorplan and can be lived in as-is or thoughtfully renovated to accommodate a more modern lifestyle.”


23B Rhode Island Avenue for $1,335,000 from Jill Kristin Piper and Jonathan P. Ring to Liam Flaherty, acreage: N/A, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $26,700 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $969,800.

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