04.01.06

Two generations of Taylors have lived in the same family home on a hilltop in Aquinnah. But only for nine months out of the year.

By Brooks Robards

04.01.06

South Mountain Company of West Tisbury builds some of the most expensive homes on Martha’s Vineyard. It also builds more affordable housing than any other design and construction firm on the Island. The funny thing is, South Mountain builds both types of house in much the same way.

By Ian Fein

04.01.06

The writer uncovers the 193-year history of his family’s Edgartown home.

By Tom Dunlop

04.01.06

A lifelong resident of Chappaquiddick watched a big, new house rise up where scrub and trees once grew. At first glance, it looked like just another out-of-place manor imposing itself on the wilderness. Then she met the family who owned it.

By Margaret Knight

04.01.06

Ask the experts your toughest home-owning questions.

By Tom Dresser

04.01.06

When John Abrams takes you on a tour of his five favorite buildings on Martha’s Vineyard, he doesn’t talk much about architecture. To Abrams – the president and co-founder of South Mountain Company, the innovative design and construction firm in West Tisbury – a building is defined by the way it connects to the community it serves, or to the setting in which it stands.

By Ian Fein

04.01.06

Notable Island designers and builders identify the rooms that best express their aesthetic.

By Joyce Wagner

04.01.06

A rose is not just a rose, and other surprises.

By Jeanne Campbell

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