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Martha’s Vineyard Cottage Home Tour

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Martha’s Vineyard Cottage Home Tour is an exceptionally cute cottage that sits smack on the edge of the beach along Vineyard Sound.  It has two bedrooms and one bathroom.  A wonderful little weathered deck perfect to take in the close ocean views.

The interior is beach, shabby chic style.  White painted walls and wood kitchen cabinets make a nice complement for the blue and white beach style decorating.

This Martha’s Vineyard cottage built in 1920 has 928 square feet.  New owners are wanted for the asking price of $2,700,00.  That’s a lot of mula for the size of the home that is no doubt fueled by its location, location, location.  Oh, but wait until you see the setting this cottage is on.

The listing on Zillow says:  “A rare find on Martha’s Vineyard.  True ocean and beachfront living.  The Herring Creek Cottage sits directly on the sandy shores of Vineyard Sound with panoramic views of the entire sound, including the Elizabeth Islands and Woods Hole. In the other direction, the property stretches to Lake Tashmoo with sweeping sunrise views.”

Martha's Vineyard Herring Creek Cottage Zillow

This delicious little Martha’s Vineyard cottage is called The Herring Creek Cottage in the listing.  The home’s address is 655 Herring Creek Road Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.  I favor homes on the beach and cottages large, small, or in-between.  Here then are the unobstructed ocean views and interior of the home. 

Martha's Vineyard Herring CottageJust sitting back and enjoying the waves.

Herring Cottage ocean views The house, built back in 1920, has apparently stood the test of time against the elements.

Herring Cottage open livingI cannot get over the views.  This home could be called – The Window Cottage.

living room and dining and kitchen Love the windows that even the fireplace is flanked by and then the simple blue and white furniture.

Cottage Bedroom and Bathroom One of the two bedrooms.  I kind of like the stacked washer and dryer in the bathroom idea in this cottage.

Cottage Deck

Private Sandy Beach The cottage has its own (two) private sandy beaches.

Herring Creek Cottage I know it’s a bit pricey, but I believe you can’t help but enjoy seeing what a little cottage set right on the shores of the ocean looks like.  It’s just the right size to be no trouble to maintain.

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Check out this beach cottage in California while you are here.

All source and photos credited to Zillow

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14 Comments

  1. I know what you mean about not wanting to live by the water – I think of it all the time when I see lovely homes on the ocean front. It is a risk! It is hot here today and I thought of your bows as the daughter wanted to put the little dog coat on and I thought…got to get a bow. I just bought a grooming kit and am going to learn to do the cuts myself- LOL Oh poor doggie is going to have some bad cut days.

  2. Awwww, you’re very sweet to say that Sue. Thank you so much for the compliment. It’s crazy that in NY and NJ, living on the water used to be considered a luxury and a treat. Now, people are avoiding those kinds of properties like the plague. I know quite a few people who lived in areas like Tom’s River in NJ that may never be able to move back..
    Maude

  3. Hi Maude- You’re right. One of my first thoughts about the house was Hurricane Sandy. The house location seems like a Hurricane Sandy area, but I am not sure. Even so, it has stood the test of time otherwise. Loved seeing you dog bows. We have a small 12 pound Cavachon that would look fantastic in one of your bows. I have bookmarked your site. Thanks for stopping and hope you will be back soon.

  4. What a beautiful place to call home. I have to wonder though, how a home like that would do in a severe hurricane like the one we experienced not too long ago.
    Maude

  5. Hi and thanks for stopping in again. I believe drams are extensions of thoughts, but when they rarely are not, that is the mystery!

  6. that is interesting, what a cute little cottage. And yes, no obstructed view of the ocean that I can see. 🙂

  7. It is very charming. The views are amazing. I could totally see myself relaxing there. Wonder if she would allow me to come for a mini vacation.

  8. oh that is very lovely Sue – puts me right in the mood for summer vacation at a beachside cottage!

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