08.01.16

Is the formerly whispered-about conflict between conservation and housing a thing of the past?

By Mary Breslauer

03.01.16

It makes perfect sense that writers Geraldine Brooks and Tony Horwitz feel right at home in a house that is stuffed to the crooked rafters with history.

By Laura D. Roosevelt

10.01.15

As ubiquitous as a white picket fence in Edgartown or a stonewall in Chilmark, the shingled house is synonymous with Vineyard architectural style.

By Alexandra Bullen Coutts

03.01.15

When the Imrey clan outgrew the old summer place, they didn't have to look far for a top architect

By Monica Jensen

03.16.15

The Vineyard has many spots where eelgrass conveniently washes ashore, ready to be shoveled up and hauled off to improve a home garden.

By Mollie Doyle

03.01.15

What if the secret to happiness lay right outside your kitchen door? In a pretty little garden, full of delicious things to eat. It might sound far-fetched to suggest that a kitchen garden can relieve stress, lift your mood, and even ease depression, but new studies suggest there’s a scientific basis – perhaps even a soil bacterium that elevates serotonin – for the pleasure we can get from digging in the dirt.

By Susie Middleton

03.01.15

His auto empire is far larger than the one he inherited from his late father. But Ernie Boch Jr.'s place in Edgartown? You might be surprised.

By Vanessa Czarnecki

10.04.14

Once, long ago, I fell in love with a house and then I fell in love with the man who built it.

By Rebecca Busselle

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