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Sold in Edgartown: 4 Beds, 1 Bath, $1,675,000

This 1910 home on Fuller Street in Edgartown changed hands April 17.

One of the last houses on Edgartown's Fuller Street that still looks much as it did when it was built has recently changed hands.

Dating from 1910, the four-bedroom, one-bathroom, 1,332-square-foot home at 39 Fuller Street was sold by the estate of Mary R. Fisher to a man and woman from Wayne, PA on April 17 for $1,675,000, according to Dukes County land records.

If recent neighborhood history is any guide, buyers Kathleen Mickelonis and Jeffrey D. Moore may soon be joining the ranks of northside homeowners undertaking extensive renovations and building additions.

On Fuller Street's four-block length alone, several homes are currently being remodeled and expanded, with contractors working from 7 a.m. often until sunset to ready the summer residences for their vacationing owners and tenants.

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Kevin Skaltsis April 26, 2013 at 12:29 PM
My best childhood memories were in this house. My Aunt Rose Fisher and Uncle Ellsworth Fisher owned that home. They were the nicest people in the world. I miss them both tremendously and now I will miss their home which they opened up to us every summer and all the memories it holds. I hope the new owners take good care of it and if they renovate I hope they maintain the original character of the house. Mary Rose Fisher was a school teacher in Edgartown her entire life. She passed in 2010 at the age 103 and was the oldest resident of the Island. Ellsworth Fisher was the harbormaster in Edgartown and he passed in 1977. He was also a WW II veteran. They both were the type of people with character that earned their generation the title of the greatest generation.
Louisa Hufstader (Editor) April 26, 2013 at 01:14 PM
What wonderful memories, Kevin. My Mom lives in the next block and says yes, your aunt was one of her teachers at Edgartown School. Of course, many people will remember your uncle the harbormaster.

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