10 B Angola Street, Nantucket, MA
10 B Angola Street
Nestled into the hillside on a quiet lane in Nantucket’s Old Historic District, this light & bright home has just been beautifully renovated with luxurious finishes, high-end kitchen and baths, and the latest smart home technology. Enjoy all the benefits of this gut-renovated home, including brand-new plumbing, electric, central AC, heat, insulation, floors, doors and windows. New Wi-Fi supports Google Nest smartphone capabilities that control thermostats, home security, major appliances and even the heated bathroom floors. There are still opportunities for new owners to easily add significant value with two more bedrooms or additional living space, either now or down the road. The third floor, garage space and remaining ground cover offer endless possibilities. Outdoors, there is a lovely, south-facing bluestone patio for grilling and al fresco dining. The close proximity of the historic Eleanor Ham Pony Field, owned by the Nantucket Historical Association, several Nantucket Land Bank properties, and the charming antique houses that line Mill Street add to the outdoor enjoyment. Underground utilities help retain the historic and rural vibe. This prime location offers the best of both worlds. It’s a short distance to Main Street and the island’s world-class shopping and restaurants as well as a close to mid-island conveniences, Bartlett’s Farm and South Shore beaches.
First Floor: The gracious foyer features crisp, white, nickel-gap shiplap walls and a stunning white-oak and cable staircase. Across the hall, there’s a bright bedroom with views over the Pony Field and Land Bank plus a well-appointed ensuite bath that’s perfect for guests or family members desiring privacy. A smartphone-enabled Electrolux washer and dryer plus a utility closet sit behind handsome doors.
Second Floor: The white oak floors, white shiplap walls, and numerous windows give this floor an unusually light, bright, open and airy feel. The kitchen will delight every home cook. Centered around a massive quartz island that seats six comfortably, and surrounded by beautifully textured tile, this is the perfect gathering spot for friends and family. The six-burner gas range, fridge, dishwasher and microwave are by Thermador. There is an amazing amount of smartly-designed storage in the custom WoodMode cabinets, which are topped with absolute black granite countertops. An adjacent space can accommodate a dining table or an additional seating area. A casual living space that is simultaneously connected yet separate from the kitchen has been created by a floating wall. It features a wood-burning fireplace with raised hearth, anchoring a large Samsung Frame flat screen TV. Windows provide charming views over Angola Street to the Pony Field, Lank Bank and distant church steeple. The powder room is nearby. A show-stopping, classic Nantucket porch is just off the kitchen area. Wrapped with windows on three sides and capped with a vaulted ceiling, it truly brings the outdoors in. This space is insulated and it’s wired for a flat screen TV so it can be enjoyed in any number of ways. A windowed door leads to steps down to the bluestone patio. Down the hall, the primary bedroom accommodates a king-size bed and features a generous closet plus lovely views. The ensuite bath boasts heated marble floors, a huge walk-in glass shower with wall niche, and gorgeous vanity. The sunny third bedroom has an another well-appointed bathroom with a glass-enclosed tub/shower combination.
Third Floor: This bonus space is ripe with possibilities. Options include fourth and fifth bedrooms, a lavish home office, or a Zen-like yoga and exercise space. The pull-down stairs can easily be replaced with a matching white-oak and cable staircase to access potential for approximately 1,000 square feet of additional living space. The existing vaulted ceiling plus two shed dormers pending HDC approval will seamlessly bring the home’s signature airy feeling to this floor.
Basement: A generous garage space is conveniently tucked under the house. Currently used for storage, it’s possible to add a door for interior access to the house and/or raise the ceiling to create more volume or even additional living space.
Parking: HDC approval for new driveway and Belgian block apron.