05.01.11

The Oscar-winning actor was one of the first celebrity residents on the Vineyard, and today his former Chilmark homestead retains its charming rural character.

Karla Araujo

05.01.11

The word on the street regarding the Island’s current real estate sales market is “cautiously optimistic.”

Karla Araujo

05.01.11

The devastating effects of the Norton Point opening on one couple’s home.

Tom Dunlop

10.01.10

Looking for a competitive edge in real estate sales.

Susan Catling

10.01.10

A look at the Island’s super-sized houses: past, present, and future.

Karla Araujo

10.01.09

Always a subject of great interest on the Island, the real estate market seems to be offering up some unusual properties this year, everything from celebrity spreads to waterfront turf for pets.

Susan Catling

10.01.09

“If you change an island, and you make a big difference, it’s easy to see the difference,” says Sharon Strimling Florio, proprietress of Vineyard Alternative Heating in Vineyard Haven. The Island, she says, is “a finite area to work with. It’s something manageable. It’s a visible area for making big changes in our energy use and it’s a measurable area.”

Joyce Wagner

10.01.08

Not everyone who summers on the Vineyard nurtures dreams of owning a house on their favorite island. Don and Ann Brown have spent more than forty years happily renting here.

“I like the idea that I close the door and don’t have to do another thing,” says Don, a Washington, D.C., real estate lawyer and entrepreneur. “I already have two houses, and that’s enough to take care of. We’re only here for two months.”

Brooks Robards

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