04.01.13

One Edgartown family expanded from a converted historic barn onto an adjacent lot to create a compact, stylish in-town compound.

By Karla Araujo

04.01.13

What you can get for $10 million on the Vineyard.

By Joyce Wagner

12.01.12

For the last thirty-five years, Jean Dupon has owned and operated Le Grenier at 96 Main Street in Vineyard Haven, serving French cuisine in the second-story restaurant and cultivating a devoted clientele. But now he’s ready to say au revoir to all that – the restaurant industry and its fifteen-hour days. “I’m sixty-nine years old,” he says. “It’s time to relax.”

By Erin Haggerty

12.01.12

John Early’s office contains the usual things found in a contractor’s work space: a drafting table, building code regulations, architectural plans, issues of Fine Homebuilding.

By Rachel Orr

11.01.12

Influenced by the beauty of hand-woven Shaker baskets, architects David Handlin and John Garrahan evoke a similar style in a Menemsha staircase.

By Nicole Grace Mercier

11.01.12

Window treatments for the well-exposed home.

By Joyce Wagner

09.01.12

An Aquinnah home surrounded by conservation land, with sweeping views of the Atlantic and private beach access, offers a remote, quiet retreat.

By Erin Haggerty

08.01.12

The Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association, an old-fashioned neighborhood of tiny colorful cottages in the center of Oak Bluffs, has an appealing storybook quality to it, along with some unusual ownership eccentricities.

By Remy Tumin

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