205 Eel Point boasts 150 feet of beachfront, situated on the beautiful Madaket Harbor. This area is both peaceful and protected which makes it an ideal place for kids to swim and a spacious spot for sunbathing and relaxation. BONUS: the location also makes for a much longer season for swimming and beach enjoyment than most areas on Nantucketdue to calm and shallow waters.
2. THOSE UNIQUE VIEWS
From 205 Eel Point, you get stunning views of Hither Creek, Madaket, Tuckernuck, Smiths Point AND Chappaquiddick. This property offers rare opportunity to own such a private lot and is also the last chance to own an underdeveloped waterfront property on this side of Eel Point!
3. THAT NATURAL HABITAT
The original structure at 205 Eel Point was a Fishing Camp built in 1930 with a rich history and beautiful craftsmanship. You will have the option to keep it as a guest cottage or a second dwelling. And take note… Eel Point is a nature haven and one of the best places to spot the gamut of wildlife from hawks to plovers, migrating ducks to many other native species!
4. ALL THAT PRIVACY
205 Eel Point abuts over 17 acres of town land that is under contract to transfer to Land Bank. This means the spacious property is both protected by conservation land and surrounded by privacy as it is also the last home on a row of six others!
5. RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD!
This property has the highest waterfront elevation, sits on 2.9 acres and has an additional 4000 square feet of ground to cover… You can decide to keep what is here, or build from scratch. 205 Eel Point is an incredible opportunity to choose how best to enjoy your Nantucket.
Listing agents Kristen Gaughan and John McGarr hosted a luncheon and experiential open house for builders and architects at 205 Eel Point this February.
The day out in Dionis sparked much conversation and interest in the property.
Kristen said, “The cottage has a wistful affection for the past that one can’t help to instantly connect. It was not lost on the builders and the architects who genuinely admired the varying terrains and the views from all heights of the property… and with it, taking away a vision for future build for their clients.” To which John followed up with, “All those in attendance agreed… When you see this property first hand, you immediately appreciate the value and opportunity it represents.”
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