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Featured in Charles Moore's ''The Place of Houses'', this architectural masterpiece built in 1838 for Captain Joshua Snow, welcomes you to the Edgartown Historic District. A high level of craftsmanship - both in the original design, as well as a meticulous renovation in 2007 - preserves the charm and character of the original house, while bringing the structure up-to-date for the contemporary homeowner. Pristine attention to detail is continued to the exterior and grounds, with beautiful landscaping that is perfectly maintained and punctuated by a unique terrace, offering al fresco dining under a pergola draped with a 100 year old wisteria vine. The home features 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, complimented by a garden cottage and detached garage, all surrounded by tall hedges for privacy.

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