Spring 2019

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These inns on Martha’s Vineyard are a must-see

By Julie Craven Wagner / April 15, 2019

The Hajjar family puts down roots in Edgartown, all while honoring their children Raising a family can be a bit like tending a garden. It starts with the careful planting of seeds in a prepared environment. And as the roots begin to take hold and…

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A historic Sea Captain’s home in Barnstable gets a new, colorful life

By Elizabeth Hilfrank / April 15, 2019

With just the right touches, a historic sea captain’s home in Barnstable is given a fresh start Is more always better? Not always, as evidenced by this reimagined old sea captain’s home in Barnstable. With the right people behind the project and considerate attention to&…

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Meet the face of this local landscape company

By Haley Cote / April 14, 2019

As Al Sorbello sees it, life is to be tackled head on. Like when he started his own landscaping business, just mere months after he and his wife had their first child and bought a new home. Sorbello smiles as he recalls his first year…

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Stuck in a gardening rut? Try this trick!

By Julie Craven Wagner / April 11, 2019

Whether you are working with an endless expanse, or a small patch of possibility, a border garden can be the path that sets you free In the 18th century, just as the American colonists were envisioning a new republic here in the states, across the…

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The rich history of Chatham comes alive in this home… See for yourself!

By Chris White / April 11, 2019

Patrick Ahearn and Platemark Design conceive a narrative of familiar and fantastical in redesigning this Chatham home Dawn erupts in a lava flow of oranges, pinks, reds and purples across Pleasant Bay. Viewed from the western shore, the colors pour across this watery canvas,…

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Life on Nantucket: A look into one family’s ‘Sconset oasis

By Allyson Plessner / April 11, 2019

Just like the sea’s many colors, this Siasconset home is a prismatic homage to the creative convergence of a designer and homeowner The ocean has many colors. One day it’s blue, the next green, and in no two places is it ever the same. But…

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This colorful condo will AMAZE you!

By Haley Cote / April 11, 2019

This Provincetown condo is a work of art, capturing the spirit of its vibrant homeowners Cookie-cutter. That’s a good way to describe Eric Alden and Ian Tzeng’s West Vine Street condo when they first bought it. Not that being cookie-cutter is inherently negative. All-whi…

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