Address: 129 Beach Rd., Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
Asking Price: $1.5M Beds/Baths: 4 BRs/ 2.5 BAs
UNIQUE Commercial Waterfront Opportunity – Water Views! Here’s your opportunity to own your dream business location. Take advantage of the residential and commercial benefits of this waterfront property that offers views of both the Lagoon and Vineyard Haven harbor.
Main residence fronting the Lagoon and beach
You can operate a business and live here as well (or provide staff housing). Structures include a 4BR/2BA main residence and a separate two-story studio with half-bath and basement workshop. Both structures are tied into the town sewer, affording many options.
In addition, the property has its own beach on the Lagoon from which to launch a kayak or canoe; plus, there’s a mooring with up to 3.5′ depth (low tide) for a vessel. There is an outdoor shower for use after boating adventures, and an outdoor sauna. Send me more information about this waterfront property!
Second structure with views out to Vineyard Haven harbor.
- In-town Commercial Waterfront location
- Main Residence, 4 BRs/2 BAs
- 2-Story Studio w/ basement, half-bath
- Private Beach
- Water views of the Lagoon and Vineyard Haven harbor
- Second floor decks for wider water views
- Send me more information about this waterfront property!
Flexible Commercial Waterfront Use
The property is divided into two zones. In the waterfront commercial district, boating-related businesses are permitted, including floating docks. A kayak rental business, for example, or any marine-related business is permitted by right.
Second-floor studio with artist-in-residence work area.
The main building falls mainly within the waterfront commercial district. However, a portion of the main building also falls within the Commercial District, and any commercial use is permitted.
The front building (studio) facing the harbor is fully commercial and any commercial use is permitted. Send me more information about this waterfront property!
In-Town, Commercial Waterfront Opportunity
There is ample parking and the property is directly opposite Tisbury Wharf where cruise ships and tall ships arrive. Property is close to the Vineyard Haven Steamship Authority embarkation dock.
Private beach for kayak launching includes a mooring.
Vineyard Haven town center, the movies, ferry, shopping and more are all close by. Property is being sold AS IS. Send me more information about this waterfront property!
About Vineyard Haven Martha’s Vineyard
Home to the busiest ferry port on island, and the only ferry port to run year round, Vineyard Haven is a wonderful landing spot for visitors and locals alike.
The beautiful natural harbor and the inviting beams from the East and West Chop lighthouses, all visible from the ferry, will call you home and welcome you ashore to Martha’s Vineyard. Send me more information about this waterfront property!
Vineyard Haven: A Town for All Seasons
Known interchangeably as Tisbury, Vineyard Haven is the year-round town, with the highest population of locals on island. As a result, this is the spot for amenities both practical and fun that last all year long.
Enjoy breakfast water views as the sun rises over Lagoon Pond.
Local gems like Mocha Mott’s Coffee, Bunch of Grapes Book Store, Shirley’s Hardware and Waterside Market, alongside establishments like the UPS Store, Stop and Shop and the Vineyard Haven post office suit the quotidian needs of islanders with first-class service. Send me more information about this waterfront property!
Culture, Shops & More
In addition, you’ll find a full calendar of entertainment, with the historic Capawock movie theater in the center of Main Street and the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society bringing the latest cinematic gems.
Sunday morning ferry, Vineyard Haven harbor
The Vineyard Playhouse is also located in Vineyard Haven, giving you a taste of theater in an intimate local setting. Often, playwrights try out new plays here and internationally known actors and actresses participate in plays while enjoying a “working vacation.”
Although it caters to a local population, Vineyard Haven is still a destination, and you’ll find an abundance of things to do. Main Street is lined with charming boutiques and unique galleries, not to mention more than a couple of places to pick up an ice cream cone or slice of delicious fudge. Send me more information about this waterfront property!
Dining, Town Dock, Boating
Grab breakfast, lunch or dinner at one of the town’s many restaurants, including the historic Black Dog Tavern which was founded by local sailing entrepreneur, Captain Robert Douglas. This iconic eatery was one of Vineyard Haven’s first year-round restaurants, and its canine mascot has become an international symbol for the island.
Walk to the famed Black Dog Tavern, an island icon.
If you’re looking to head to the water, Owen Park Beach serves as the town harbor and offers pleasant views, or the beach at Lake Tashmoo offers a more rustic and natural setting.
And if boating is your passion, you can pick up a transient mooring in Vineyard Haven harbor. Vineyard Haven is known for the high quality of its sailors, many of whom grew up learning in the MV Sail program for islanders. And if you like friendly racing, join the Holmes Hole Sailing Association for racing from June to October. Send me more information about this waterfront property!