6 Moors End Lane, Nantucket, MA
Located in the desirable Polpis area of the Island. The property consists of 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath upside-down style house with a separate garage with studio and full bath.
First Floor: Foyer, tiled tub/shower bathroom, bedroom with door to side deck area, outside shower on this side of home. Master bedroom and tiled bathroom with separate tub and shower. French doors lead to a covered deck and large back yard. Mature hedges provide privacy. Enclosed storage for bikes off of front deck.
Second Floor: Open living /dining area and two sets of french doors leading to the wrap around upper deck. The kitchen has granite counters, high end appliances, custom cabinetry, farmer sink.Vaulted ceiling, hardwood floor throughout. Half bath.
Lower level: Large family game room with sectional couch, games, TV. Bedroom and shower bathroom.
There is a garage studio with cathedral ceiling, ceiling fan and a granite countered sink with small refrigerator. Bed. Tiled shower bathroom. French doors to deck. Patio area for the studio. Large hedged yard with volley ball net. Plenty of parking on the shelled driveway or in the garage.
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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.
Polpis is one of Nantucket’s most vast areas, as it encompasses miles of land south of the harbor. Most of this land is owned by the Nantucket Conservation Foundation, which creates lush surroundings for the homes there. Oftentimes in Polpis the nearest neighbor is hundreds of yards away. Winding its way through this beautiful landscape is the Polpis Bike Path, which starts at the beginning of Polpis Road and runs all the way past Sankaty Head Golf Club and into Sconset. Polpis is also home to the Windswept Cranberry Bog, one of just a few organic bogs on the East Coast. This bog has walking trails and is a great spot to observe wildlife on Stump Pond or in the “hidden forests.” If you’re really into exploring, you’ll even find an old beech tree with initials carved into its bark by visitors past. Also along the way is the Egan Maritime Institute’s Shipwreck and Lifesaving Museum, a Nantucket landmark devoted to the preservation and honor of maritime history and lifesaving in the waters surrounding Nantucket. Polpis is also home to a small harbor branching off of the main harbor, and serves as a launch for small boats as well as for Nantucket Community Sailing.
Polpis is just a few miles out of town, but a world away when it comes to renting or owning a home. The beautiful landscape of Polpis and the ample opportunities to get outside and enjoy nature make this area a really special part of the island.