Rental homeowners and vacationers are understandably concerned about vacation home cleanliness during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Nantucket has surf, often good, sometimes great, always fun. While the rest of the East Coast is often flat for long periods of time during the summer, the South Shore of Nantucket picks up swells from several directions by sticking out into the Atlantic like an elbow. Whether you are looking to give it a try or a seasoned pro, Nantucket is a great place to surf.
Many Island restaurants and bakeries are offering takeout, delivery, and curbside pickup. Below is a list of establishments with information and hours of operations. We have also provided information concerning grocery shopping as well. This list is as of May 15th, 2020.
As our community is impacted by COVID-19, gifts to the food pantry will help ensure that vulnerable children, families, and seniors have enough to eat. NFP is responding to an increased need for food as families are out of work, children are out of school, seniors lose access to food and supplies and quarantined individuals cannot access grocery stores. The impact of school and work shutdowns, event cancellations, and restaurant closures will have far-reaching repercussions that will extend beyond the length of the viral pandemic.
To support our oncology nurses and technicians in these trying times of pandemic, when vulnerable cancer patients continue to require treatment, Nantucket Triathlon Club and Monument Running Group are hosting a virtual “Nantucket Solo Run for Hope” on May 1, 2, and 3 with three different run distances 5k, 10k and Half Marathon, plus a 5k walk. The beneficiary of the Solo Run for Hope is Swim Across America – Nantucket, which supports on-island cancer treatment and patient care through the Nantucket Cottage Hospital Oncology Department and PASCON, the Island’s palliative care provider. All of these nurses and technicians are on the front lines every day.
Challenge accepted! Check out this creative and fun video Maury People SIR agents put together for the social media #DontRushChallenge.
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During these challenging times, the far-away island of Nantucket may seem even farther. We are looking forward to when we will all once again be able to enjoy Nantucket and its historical and natural treasures. In the meantime here are some online resources that enable you to experience some of Nantucket from your home. Stay safe, looking forward to seeing you again.
A quaint shell drive off Cliff Road brings you to a private enclave of 5 homes. At the end of the quiet and exclusive lane, is an impressive 5-bay colonial style home with a guest house and a shed. The home is sited on an oversized lot with a beautiful, secluded yard which abuts protected open space. With a 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bath main house and a 2-bedroom guest house, this Cliff area beauty is a must-see.
Since 1983 the Nantucket Land Bank has been a successful land conservation program created to acquire, hold and manage key open spaces and land on Nantucket for public use, agriculture and recreation. As a first of its kind in the United States, the program's success has led it to be used as a model for other communities across the country. The efforts of the Nantucket Land Bank, and other island conservation programs, has led to nearly half of Nantucket being permanently protected open spaces.
This amazing property features two very private and separate parcels of land. 1 Wamasquid Place has an existing four-bedroom, three-bath home with a large wood-burning stone fireplace and a partial basement on a 68,553 square foot lot and 49 Meadow View Drive is a vacant lot consisting of 91,572 square feet. There are wetlands on both properties but the building envelopes have been established. The property is accessed off of Meadow View Drive.
Take a tour through 48 Orange Street, Nantucket MA. Luxurious, custom built 8 bedroom, 8.5 bath home in the heart of town with stunning panoramic water views of Nantucket harbor. This home has it all! Conveniently located just outside the historic downtown and minutes from Main Street. Completely renovated holding true to historic integrity with an incredibly modern design and function; open great room, all en-suite bedrooms, and multiple living areas.
There are many required fees involved when buying a home so when a fee is optional it can be tempting to save a few dollars. At a cost of about $3 to $4 per thousand of purchased price policies are not inexpensive but can seem like pennies if you find that you need it. Costs can vary substantially depending on the policy coverage.
Nantucket’s relatively flat terrain make it an ideal place to ditch the car and explore by bike. On busy summer days biking is often the easiest way to get around and once you get to your destination parking is as easy as putting down your kickstand.
The price on our exclusive listing at 64 Starbuck Road, Nantucket, has changed from $2,495,000 to $2,395,000.