Aquinnah MA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Aquinnah, MA is $1,019,400.
the county median home value of $723,500.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Aquinnah, MA is $1,019,400.
Approximately 16.06% of Aquinnah homes are owned,
compared to 9.64% rented, while
74.3% are vacant.
Aquinnah real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Aquinnah real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Spectacular Sunsets will light up your evening skies! Located near the ''infamous'' Dogfish Bar'', West Basin and colorful Gay Head Cliffs in Aquinnah is this westerly facing modified 3+ bedroom Saltbox. Also nearby are miles and miles of accessible white sand beaches that offers world class fishing, beaching wandering, swimming, kayaking, boating & more! A small peek of the water from the main level grows to an amazing panorama of Vineyard Sound from the Master Bedroom on the 2nd level. The 8 + acres create a unique privacy that will help you drift away into solemn relaxation and allows for creation of a 2nd dwelling (with town permits) to create your Vineyard compound! With no rentals in place, this home can be yours for the summer.
The Zaccheus Cooper Homestead, an example of the Greek Revival-style, circa 1850, is now available for the first time in nearly 60 years. This antique farmhouse has only had three homeowners in its lifetime. The house is bordered by ancient stone walls and sits centered in a grassy plain. Outbuildings including an outhouse, root cellar and studio shed complete the property. The house holds four bedrooms, two fireplaces and one and one half baths and is heated by three Rinnai propane monitors. Distant water views are seen from the upstairs bedrooms and bathrooms. Additional photos forthcoming in the spring.
A sweet contemporary set on almost 5 acres of rolling meadow and hand-crafted stone walls, close to the colorful clay cliffs, designated a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service, the iconic Gay Head lighthouse and the spectacular beaches of Aquinnah. The home offers wood floors throughout and the first floor has a sun-filled open living, dining and kitchen area centered around a propane wood stove. A separate living room and dining room complete this floor and lead to a sun deck. The second story is open and has 2 bedroom and a half bath. The basement is immaculate with both finished spaces for overflow as well as mechanical and storage rooms. The showpiece of the property is the colossal 1800's antique barn that was transported to the island and lovingly rebuilt. This is a special place with quiet, natural serenity, perfect for artists, writers or others looking for a little getaway in a most beautiful setting.
Unique opportunity to buy into this quiet, rural Aquinnah neighborhood just minutes to the restaurants and shops at the Cliffs as well as the breathtaking town beaches. The home offers unexpected water views from the living area on the second floor of this reverse living Colonial. The second floor offers a lovely open floor plan with a large sitting area as well as an island and dining area and a half bath. A new stove was just installed in the galley kitchen. There is a master suite on the first floor along with two smaller bedrooms and the home also offers a large basement. While structurally sound, the home will need some updating to return it to it's former glory. The need for these updates is included in the pricing which is well below the assessed value. This home is a "must see" for buyers who are looking for a water view, privacy and that remote feel Aquinnah can offer.
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