Martha’s Vineyard 266 acre property has been listed for sale by Sotheby’s International Realty for the whopping $92 million, and thus achieved the highest priced ever asked on Martha’s Vineyard and the new most expensive listing north of New York City. If the justification, it is the largest in size also to be put up for sale.
Located in the charming hamlet of West Tisbury, this property is actually comprised of five separate parcels that have been brought to market together. This compund includes 1,100 feet of waterfront and exclusive access to Big Homer’s Pond, a secluded, pristine Great Pond that lies along the Atlantic-facing shoreline in the rural reaches of West Tisbury. If point out the secluded, it abuts Long Point Wildlife Reservation, a 500-acre property owned by The Trustees of Reservations with another 2,900 feet of beachfront.
What makes the property unique, rare and unusual is the matching size of this compound that provides so much high level of privacy, like no one other compound on the South shores of Martha’s Vineyard.
“Especially if we focus on the south shore of Martha’s Vineyard and the Atlantic Ocean, something of this size with this much privacy and this much conservation land around it — I believe it is pretty unique,” said Tom Wallace, a partner in Wallace and Co.
The seller of this, a bit overvalued property is “tennis enthusiast”Gerald DeBlois, a longtime resident of West Tisbury. He bought the property in the early 1990′s, but lives on an adjacent parcel of about 50 acres which is not for sale.