12.01.12

For the last thirty-five years, Jean Dupon has owned and operated Le Grenier at 96 Main Street in Vineyard Haven, serving French cuisine in the second-story restaurant and cultivating a devoted clientele. But now he’s ready to say au revoir to all that – the restaurant industry and its fifteen-hour days. “I’m sixty-nine years old,” he says. “It’s time to relax.”

Erin Haggerty

12.01.12

John Early’s office contains the usual things found in a contractor’s work space: a drafting table, building code regulations, architectural plans, issues of Fine Homebuilding.

Rachel Orr

09.01.12

An Aquinnah home surrounded by conservation land, with sweeping views of the Atlantic and private beach access, offers a remote, quiet retreat.

Erin Haggerty

08.01.12

The Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association, an old-fashioned neighborhood of tiny colorful cottages in the center of Oak Bluffs, has an appealing storybook quality to it, along with some unusual ownership eccentricities.

Remy Tumin

06.19.12

Recently renovated by architect Dudley Cannada, this whaling captain’s house combines an interesting past with modern amenities.

Remy Tumin

05.02.12

He started the Seafood Shanty; he owned the Harbor View Hotel. He helped shape a town as well as an island. Now in his late eighties, he lives in a penthouse looking out over the Edgartown Light – far from his poor roots.

Elaine Pace

04.25.12

Summer on Martha’s Vineyard is an annual tradition for thousands of families.

Jim Miller

04.01.12

Stewards of their parents’ vision, two siblings built homes that celebrate contemporary design and sustainability, a family history, and a longstanding respect for the land.

Jim Miller

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