PO Box 26, Menemsha, MA 02552

PO Box 26, Menemsha, MA 02552

Available Property

Edgartown - 16 Forever Wild Way

On Sale $4,150,000 - Land
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One of the last remaining buildable lots has become available in the exclusive Herring Creek Farm neighborhood of Katama. This six acre lot, with sunset water views over Edgartown Great Pond and the Atlantic Ocean beyond, is nestled within the one-hundred, plus acres of conservation land that Herring Creek Farm has to offer. On approach, you pass open fields and an idyllic gentleman’s farm, with a limited number of stately homes, all of which are private from each other with large land buffers between each residence. This lot has deeded access to Edgartown Great Pond, from which you can launch your boat and access the secluded South Shore barrier beach across the pond. In addition, the buyer of this unique lot may have the option to belong to the Herring Creek Farm Landowners Association which comes with access to a private South Shore beach, just at the end of the road. The property, owned by a single family since the 1940's, allows for a six bedroom home or the option to subdivide into two-three acre lots each supporting a four bedroom home. At $4,150,000 this location is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the Vineyard. With water views, beach access and only minutes away from shopping and fine dining and yet tranquil and magnificent, this is a true chance to both have it all and get away from it all.

Listed by Point B Realty LLC

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Jim Wallen

Jim Wallen

Jim has lived on or visited Martha’s Vineyard beginning at the age of 3 months when my family rented a cottage in Gay Head (Aquinnah). My first memory is the arc of the the three white lights and one red light of the Gay Head light reflecting into my bedroom. My family built a vacation home in Lobsterville in 1956 where I spent most of my childhood summers. After graduating college and a few years in New York I moved to the island form my first winter in 1970. Over the next several years I worked on construction projects, became a yacht delivery captain and shuttled back and forth between this island and various Caribbean ones seasonally, followed by nearly 20 years primarily in the Caribbean sailing, boat building and house building. From 1995 to 2001 I managed an air ambulance company in Nassau, Bahamas. I moved back to Martha’s Vineyard in 2001, built a house in Aquinnah and started a new career in property management. I became an associate at Feiner Real Estate in 2009. I have been married to Kathleen Smith for 30 years and have 2 sons, Nicholas 31 and Zachary, 30.

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