From the imagination of celebrated author Judy Blume comes this stunning 2.3 acre property, formed from two adjacent properties and molded into a secluded waterfront compound. The estate features 200 feet of private beach, two deep-water moorings, colorful gardens and plenty of accessory structures where guests can settle in and stretch out. The centerpiece of the estate is a 3,500 square foot main house that has been fully renovated and was featured in Architectural Digest. A second, 941 square foot home designed by Hutker Architects is perched on the water's edge. The compound also features a one-bedroom guest cottage with a full bath, kitchenette and washer/dryer, as well as a one-bedroom studio and bath. A large shed on the property can double as a workshop and garage storage space for a small car. The owners and architect have taken care to preserve an old Vineyard style while ensuring modern-day amenities and comforts, including a Lew French fireplace, a Viking stove and a Sub-zero refrigerator.
Address: 49 & 61 Kuffies Point Way, Tisbury
Bedrooms: 7 total, 4 in the main house
Bathrooms: 6.5 total, 3.5 in the main house
Living Space: 3,500 square foot main house, plus 941 square foot waterfront home, one-bedroom guest cottage and one-bedroom studio
Acreage: 2.3 acres total
Year Built: 1950, renovated in 2006
Listing Agent: Alyssa Dubin and Tom Wallace at Wallace & Co. Sotheby's. To inquire about this property, send an email to the listing agent, or call 508-627-3313.