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LOCATION: 32 Crooked Lane, Nantucket, Massachusetts

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 4,594

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

PRICE: $6,995,000

This newly built shingle style home is located at 32 Crooked Lane in Nantucket, Massachusetts and is situated on half an acre of land. 

It features approximately 4,594 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen and more. There is also a detached 1-car garage with unfinished 2nd story.

Outdoor features include a covered front porch, deck with pergola, swimming pool and a cabana.

It is listed at $6,995,000.

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  • horselips

    The lot is nothing special – a miserable half-acre, not in a gated and guarded community and not ‘fronting’ on any body of water. The house is small, with too many bedrooms and ensuites to leave much space for the public rooms. A one car garage is beneath contempt, and the 2nd floor is left undone. $7 million! Whether its sellers suffering from a mass delusion, or buyers who have completely lost their minds – time will tell.




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  • Andy Harriman

    Dude…its the Cape.




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    • horselips

      Oh wonderful – the Cape! In lovely Taxachusettes, record-setting state and local assessments plus Democrats in high places plus radical totalitarian gun control – and the Walmarts and Costcos are no better than anywhere else. And to top off the misery, there’s winter. Snow! Ice! Numbing cold! The Cape has no attraction for me. I’ll stay here in Tucson. Where we have 2 seasons – summer and Christmas day. And a major gun show about every 3 weeks.
      One of the benefits of living in a resort community is…you get to live in a resort community!




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      • Andy Harriman

        That’s hilarious. You actually think Arizona tops the Cape? No wonder you post like you do.




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        • horselips

          If you don’t, please stay wherever you are. We don’t want anyone bringing ruinous dark-blue Massachusetts values to our still-free state. But then, I could be wrong – are the Cape’s Walmarts and Costcos really better?




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          • Andy Harriman

            You ever been there?




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          • horselips

            Yes, but not recently. I grew up in NJ and have been all over the northeast. So, enlighten me, are the Cape’s Walmarts and Costcos really any better?




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          • Andy Harriman

            I have no idea. I lived there in the 80’s. I can tell you that there are no major corporate franchises east of Hyannis. No McDs, BK, Walmarts, etc. Why are you curious about how I feel about Costco or Walmart?




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          • horselips

            Well, if those big box stores were very much better at the Cape, it might be worth living there. I thought you might know.




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          • Andy Harriman

            Are they better in Arizona?




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          • horselips

            They’re great here, and there’s lots of them.




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