Sold in Chilmark: 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, $1,875,000

A Martha's Vineyard couple recently sold the up-Island house they bought in 1999 for $267,000.

Primo and Mary Lombardi have said goodbye to their longtime home at 33 Abels Neck Rd., Chilmark.

On May 29, the Lombardis transferred the deed on the property to Peter Principato of Sherman Oaks, CA for $1,875,000, according to Dukes County land records.

According to Zillow, the house has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and 2,688 square feet of living space on a 52,272-square-foot lot.

More about the house, from Zillow:

"A beautiful 1750's converted water-view post and beam barn residence located in one of the nicer areas of Chilmark near the town center, Lucy Vincent and Squibnocket beaches.

There is wide pine flooring, 2 propane fireplaces, a sleeping loft, and a wonderful gourmet kitchen and dining room with great views in the main living area.

The bedrooms all have imported French limestone flooring and sizable walk-in closets, with the master bedroom having its own private bath with steam shower and fireplace.

Creature comforts aren't sacrificed in this converted barn with its radiant heat, air conditioning, a generator, steam shower, over-sized soaking tub and more."

The Lombardis bought the home from Emma Dryden in April, 1999 for $267,000, according to Dukes County land records.

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dandaman606 June 06, 2013 at 03:53 AM
Good for Primo. $1.875mn, OK, but how do you buy a water view 18th century barn in Chilmark for $267,000 in 1999? Send me the name of that realtor !


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