An architect redesign and renovation of this historic 1720 whaling captain's house has transformed the property into one of the premier luxury homes in Edgartown Village. Chic-styling, top-notch amenities, a pool, and Guest Cottage, make the Captain John Butler House, the perfect in-town compound for relaxing or entertaining. The heated 12x22-foot gunite pool is handsomely landscaped with hydrangeas and perennial gardens, and is surrounded by a bluestone patio with teak lounge chairs. The portico that connects the Main House with the Guest Cottage has an outdoor Living Room with fireplace and Dining area for six. French ; doors lead inside to a large lounge and Chef's Kitchen with breakfast bar/prep island, quartz countertops, and commercial stainless appilances. The lounge has a Dining area that seats eight, wet bar and refrigerator, plus fireplace with sofa, club chairs, and large screen TV. There is an additional prep area with sink and second dishwasher, and the formal Dining Room has seating for another eight people. Also on the first floor is the Living Room with ample seating and fireplace. The Master Suite is on the second floor, with its soaking tub, double mahogany vanity, sitting area, and private door that opens out to a large mahogany deck that overlooks the pool. There are partial views of harbor from the deck. Two other Bedroom suites with full baths (#2 has shower only) share the floor as well. The third floor has a unique spiral staircase that leads to a rooftop widow's walk, with expansive Edgartown Harbor and downtown views. There is also a Bedroom with yacht-style mahogany built-in beds, a sitting area, Juliette balcony with harbor views, and a full bath with shower. The fifth bedroom suite is located on the lower level, and has a full bath with shower. A separate one bedroom Guest Cottage also looks out on the pool and connects to the Main House from the portico and second floor deck. The bedroom and full bath with shower are on the second floor and a game room that opens out to the portico is on the lower level. There are two parking spaces. All of downtown Edgartown Village is but steps away -- from restaurants and shops to the Lighthouse and beach.