West Tisbury House Rental Photos and Description
4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps up to 8, Friendly to pets
Antique wide pine floors and custom woodwork adorn the interior of our rambling classically Vineyard home. 2 staircases lead to 3 upstairs bedrooms. The master bedroom has it's own antique vanity sink, and the bathroom features a claw foot tub, separate shower and basin vanity and stained glass door. The downstairs bathroom has a 6 foot soaking tub and shower unit for use of the fourth bedroom and general access.
The kitchen with state of the art Bosch appliances has a farmhouse table seating 8. and doors to both front and back decks. A separate dining room also seating 8 adjoins a restful parlor.
A large sunken living room with brick fireplace and flat screen TV offers another gathering place,( with a slate bed 8'-0' pool table also ) and access to the rear deck and lawn.
Walk across the street to Fiddlehead Farm for coffee, pastries, Island grown vegetables and meats. State Road Restaurant, rated #1on the Island, is also only a short walk away. Lawn and gardens abut farms where ponies graze at our fence, a sunny deck with gas grill, separate covered porch and large outdoor shower complete the setting. Centrally located near Lambert's Cove, Cedar Tree Neck and Long Point Beaches, with bike and walking trails out the front door, make it ideal for exploring all that this glorious island has to offer..
Top things to do in Martha's Vineyard:: West Tisbury Farmers Market;
Up-island beaches and shorelands;
Fine dining at country restaurants;
County Fair in Mid - August .
Indoor and outdoor theater.
Top things to do on a budget:: County Fair in August;
Central location for events;
Gay head beach;
Art and sculpture Galleries;
Cedar tree neck and country walks nearby.
Reading and, of course, sleep.
Top things to do with a family:: County Fair in August;
North shore beaches;
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- children welcome
Neil and Deb Withers, met on the Vineyard, married here a year later and purchased this 'old' house from revolutionary restaurateur
Louise Tate King that same year. The aroma of French cuisine took month's to fade. Now it's fresh as a bunch of daisies.
Once the first French style restaurant on the island,.'The Island Epicure' immortalized by the indefatigable Ms. King, this house has settled into a residential afterlife where we raised our family and enjoyed all that this lovely island has to offer. Old houses have a story to tell, walls that recall all who have passed by, and this house has led an interesting life. Before it was a restaurant it was, in the 50's, home to a family with thirteen children.
Before that a singular man lived here, palm reader, psychic, plate photographer, raconteur, village muse, possibly village 'idiot'
Ed Luce. His mother Saphronia had lived her whole life here also.
It's origins lie further back still before decent records exist...Ante-
The central island location, village feeling and simple access both up, down and cross island all contribute to the house's unique benefits.