Historic Edgartown farm overlooking significant acreage of picturesque pastures owned by the Nature Conservancy. Located on Meetinghouse Way, this beautiful 1800's farmhouse has been meticulously restored to showcase the original beams, wide plank hardwood floors, and two large fireplaces. On the ground level, the charm of the historic renovation blends seamlessly in with the significant addition, which offers a modern, spacious kitchen, cathedral ceilings, and sweeping views of the open fields. Completing the addition are two guest rooms with private baths, and a sitting room, located in a separate wing of the house. The farm is made up of a total of four independent lots, each with their own rights for construction. The main house lot has three residential structures: the historic home, a bunkhouse, and a free-standing one-bedroom farmhand cottage. In addition to a barn, there is a lovely pool adjacent to the main house, a duck pond, and fenced pastures. One of the independent lots has a newly constructed barn designed for multiple uses and includes an unfinished apartment on the second level. This parcel also has the right to build an additional main house, which would have significant views of the fields. 19 & 25 Old Farms Trail are vacant parcels currently used as pastures with significant frontage to the Nature Conservancy's open fields. 19 Old Farm Trail has a conservation restriction limiting the building envelope to a specific 10,000 sq. ft location on the site. There is also a restriction on the size of the home and is limited to 5-bedrooms. There is no restriction on selling the four parcels separately, although this offering is for the entire farm and not individual pieces.
Property description and photographs provided by listing agent: Wallace & Co. Sothebys