This week’s Current Real Estate Roundup includes property transfers from August 10, 2023 to August 17, 2023. It is led by the sale of a North Gully Road property for over $3.5 million and a Goldfinch Drive property for over $2 million.
8 North Gully Road for $3,595,000 from Paul Benk and Lauri LeJeune Bank to Charlotte Faltermayer and Stephan Dolling, .06 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $71,900 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $1,494,100.
From our sponsor Great Point Properties: "For beach lovers, this home is a dream come true, as it is just across the street from the sandy shores of 'Sconset with both house & cottage nestled in the heart of Codfish Park. This newly renovated home offers beach living perfection. Walk out your front door and your less than 30 steps to the sandy beach. Open living, kitchen, and dining perfect for entertaining friends and family. The hedged-in yard and patio space provide a private oasis for outdoor gatherings.
The primary bedroom in the main house boasts strong water views with a private deck to soak in the views and the sun. There is a second floor guest bedroom with built in twins beds. The adjacent cottage is ideal for guests or a home office. Conveniently located close to the village, you'll have easy access to shops, restaurants, and amenities. This home comes fully furnished, ensuring a hassle-free move-in experience with great rental history. One off-street parking space and a strong rental history."
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30 Goldfinch Drive for $2,185,000 from Stuart J. Toporoff and Valerie Kletcher Toporoff to Andrew Ursitti and Judith Ursitti, .17 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $43,700 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $1,269,300.
From GPP: "This is a sophisticated three-bedroom, two full and one-half bath home thoughtfully designed with custom features by architect Chip Webster and decorated by a talented, published interior designer. The home is sited on the largest lot in the community of Naushop and enjoys beautiful sunset views and a garden with stacked stone walls, blue stone steps, and a rose-covered shed. With one owner and never having been rented, this impeccably maintained home is move-in ready. The home features a wood-burning fireplace, soaring cathedral ceilings, a study, and a spacious first-floor primary bedroom suite with custom shutters. Light radiates throughout the home which is one of the crowning features. On the second floor, one of the bedrooms is set up as a sitting room.
The second spacious bedroom has a large closet and from this bedroom, there is access to an adjoining space that is designed as an artist's studio with a built-in window seat and is spacious enough to serve as another sleeping area, family room, playroom, office/study. Naushop is an established community with a special blend of seasonal, summer, and year-round residents. It truly is a place to call home. Living in Naushop gives owners access to a top-notch private club, where everything is well-maintained.
The clubhouse, pool, tennis courts, pickle-ball court, and playground are all new, or recently refurbished. With its combination of stylish interior and exquisite outdoor space, 30 Goldfinch Drive is one of the finest homes on the market in this price range and a must-see."
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2 Candle House Lane for $2,000,000 from 2 Candle House Lane LLC to Candle House 2 LLC, .12 acres, vacant land, and a Land Bank fee of $40,000 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $1,481,600.
From GPP: "A unique opportunity. A rare, conforming lot tucked off of Pleasant Street in the Residential Old Historic District. This charming, quiet lane across from the Whitney Gardens of the Moors End Estate comes with HDC approved plans for a 5-bedroom, 5.5 bath home. So you can live in a brand new house in this special, historic neighborhood. This location is just a short distance off from the town's main attractions, shops, and restaurants. Moreover, enjoy a stroll through the beautiful, dedicated public open spaces at the end of Candle House Lane. There you will find the extraordinary Garden of the Sea owned by the Land Bank and the Eleanor Ham Pony Field owned by the Nantucket Historical Association."
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109 Tom Nevers Road for $1,850,000 from Tracy Reed MacDonald, Trustee of South East Quarter Nominee Trust to 109 Tom Nevers LLC and Pixie Hollow LLC, .62 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee of $37,000 was paid. The assessed value of the property is $1,877,500.
11 Bluet Court for $625,000 from Richmond Great Point Development LLC to Carlos Misael Aguilar Tejada, .22 acres, a dwelling, and a Land Bank fee was exempt. The assessed value of the property is $366,200.