2A Winn Street, Nantucket, MA
This magnificent home offers everything one could ask for. The open dining room & kitchen areas flow easily to the living room which leads to a screened in porch that overlooks the pool and patio areas. Four bedrooms each with private bathroom. The thoughtfully finished and detailed lower level offers a spacious family room sleeper sofa and wet bar. The pool, cabana, and landscaping create a private back yard oasis. The quality craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout! The in-ground Pebble-tec pool with therapy jet soaking area is surrounded by a blue stone patio.
First Floor - Front entry with coat closet. Office. Dining room open to kitchen with spacious island. Built-in side wine/liquor cupboard with granite counter, wine refrigerator and ample storage. The living room with coffered ceiling, gas fireplace and glass slider opens to a screened porch. The screened porch leads to the patio, grill station and pool. Side entry/mud room with window seat and two closets. Powder room.
Second Floor - Two ensuite guest bedrooms. Laundry room with folding table and storage. Ensuite master bedroom. Walk-in closet. Glass door to balcony overlooking open space.
Lower Level - Spacious family room with flat screen TV has sleeper sofa. Wet bar with refrigerator and ice machine. Exercise room. Twin Bedroom, full bathroom off hallway. Wine closet. Mechanical room with exterior access.
Cabana - Pool cabana with bar sink, ice machine, refrigerator and prep area. Comfortable counter seating to enjoy the wall mounted flat screen TV. Washer/dryer, powder room, enclosed outdoor shower. Garage: Finished garage with brick floors and a loft. Pool waiver.
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Note: For Peak Season (June 15th to Labor Day), the minimum length of stay is 7 nights and the turnover day is Saturday.
The Town of Nantucket, “Down Town,” or simply “Town” as many call it, is the epicenter of life on Nantucket Island. Situated on the north side of the island around Nantucket Harbor, Town offers both natural beauty and historical charm. In the early 1800s, Nantucket was the whaling capital of the world. While the wharves and many structures in the commercial district were lost in the Great Fire of 1846, some still stand today and are thoughtfully preserved and accessible to the general public. Whether it is through tours of Nineteenth Century whaling captains’ homes, events at churches or the Atheneum Library, or a visit to a museum, the island is steeped in history. Have you ever heard of Maria Mitchell, renowned astronomer and professor? How about Herman Melville’s Moby Dick? Surely you’ve read Nathaniel Philbrick’s In the Heart of the Sea, or seen the Hollywood blockbuster of the same name. Interestingly, Benjamin Franklin and Macy’s Department Store both have roots to Nantucket as well.THINGS TO DO IN THE TOWN OF NANTUCKET
Along with historical charm, downtown Nantucket today is chock full of restaurants, shops, and galleries. A true gastronome’s paradise, town offers all types of cuisine and levels of sophistication from A to Z. Whether you’re looking for Classic French, New American, Global, or something casual for the kids, you’re covered. In between meals, check out one of the many boutiques or art galleries as you stroll up and down narrow, beautifully landscaped cobblestoned streets. In the evening, there are many options for entertainment during and after dinner – whether it’s live music in a relaxed environment, or singing and dancing the night away in a swanky, lively spot.
There are many active pursuits in town, as well. Due to its location on the harbor, there are options for kayak, sailboat, and standup paddleboard rentals. Take a walk down to Straight Wharf and reserve a spot on one of the many sport-fishing charters available. Spend a day on a boat catching bass, bluefish, bonito, and maybe even see a few dolphins, whales, or sharks! There is also a Critter Cruise available for the kids.
The Brant Point and Cliff areas are right next to downtown Nantucket, so there are other beach options available nearby. Finally, most of the bike paths start at the edge of town, making the rest of the island just a bike ride away!