Historic two-bed room ‘doll house’ on Martha’s Winery

Just one of Martha’s Vineyard’s whimsical dollhouse-like residences has strike the marketplace.

The antique two-bedroom cottage at 16 Siloam Ave. in Oak Bluffs is listed for $629,000. The 642-square-foot property has a record: Created in 1870, it is a single of 13 properties on the 33-acre Martha’s Vineyard Camp Conference Affiliation, identified domestically as “The Campground,” building it a nationwide historic landmark. It is also 1 of the internet sites of the island’s annual Grand Illumination celebration, donning lanterns and decorations for the historic pageant each individual summer months.

The verge board lining the A-body roof and the upper deck provides the household its dollhouse glimpse, as does the light-weight-blue casing encompassing the home windows and doorways. The cottage has arched double doors painted a pastel blue. The entrance porch hangs off the house on the still left facet, giving added room to bask in the views of Sunset Lake throughout the road.

“For people who actually price seaside residing, this property is amazingly charming,” claimed listing agent Helena Kirschenbaum of RE/Max on Island

The residing place has white wood-plank walls, and substantially of the tile floor is lined in blue carpet. One wooden cabinets operate higher alongside the partitions, and box valences on the windows mimic the verge board outside the house on the deck.

The eating place, accessed via an arched doorway, has the exact tile and carpeting as the residing place, an exposed-beam ceiling, and a corner closet. 

The tiled kitchen area delivers a bead-board ceiling, a gasoline range, and a display doorway to a lawn with a shower. A window previously mentioned the double-basin sink seems out in excess of the yard.

A wall-mounted sink and a mirrored medicine cupboard are in a vestibule off the kitchen, next to a modest inner area that homes the toilet and shower. 

A curved wooden staircase prospects to the bedrooms on the next floor, the two of which have hardwood flooring, wooden-plank partitions, and uncovered-beam ceilings. Large arched home windows in the owner bedroom open on to the front deck.

The yard is grassy, nevertheless the operator occasionally employed the garden for parking, Kirschenbaum claimed. 

The seasonal dwelling arrives partly furnished and does demand flood insurance plan. There is also 1 modest catch for any one on the lookout to redo the exterior. Since of The Campground’s designation as a nationwide historic landmark, any changes to the outside must move inspection by an architectural critique committee. Any interior renovations, even so, are totally up to the homeowner. 

The heritage and the views are what make this home special, Kirschenbaum said, and it is best for “somebody that would truly like to search at the water from their porch and seriously just take it all in.”

See a lot more shots of the household beneath:

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