4 Beds
4 Baths
4,605 SqFt
1.53 Acre Lot
66,646 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Detached
Price Type
Year Built 2022
Neighborhood Katama
Days on Website 38

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$10,495,000 – 29 Slough Cove Rd, Edgartown, MA 02539

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Courtesy of Compass, Wendy Harman.


New For Spring 2023: Elegant Country Estate In Katama With Pool – Sited at the end of a long private drive, amid a bucolic 1.5-acre meadow setting with stone retaining walls and lush perennial gardens, this elegant country estate, designed by noted architect Patrick Ahearn, offers the epitome of luxurious living in Katama. The home’s timeless and charming character is highlighted by thoughtful, top-notch architectural details and styling throughout — like custom millwork and paneling, antique rough hewn beams, and more. In addition, the well-designed floor plan features multiple living areas that open out to a central courtyard with bluestone terrace, an outdoor wood-burning fireplace and an 18’x36′ gunite swimming pool with built-in whirlpool spa. The property is ideally located near South Beach, with the sounds of the ocean nearby. There is time to customize colors and finishes to create your very own signature island residence. Detailed construction specifications are available.

Property Details and Features


  • City: Edgartown
  • County: Dukes
  • Beachfront
  • Neighborhood: Katama


  • 4 bedrooms


  • 4 full bathrooms
  • Master bathroom


  • 2022
  • 10 total rooms
  • 4,605 square feet
  • No square feet (including basement)
  • Frame
  • Colonial
  • Contemporary
  • Farmhouse
  • Shingle


  • 1.53 acres


  • Ocean


  • Propane Gas


  • Tax ID: 5161798
  • Tax year: 2022
  • Tax amount: 3398


  • Attached
  • Storage
  • Insulated
  • 2 garage spaces


  • 4 parking spaces


  • Basement
  • Full
  • Interior Access
  • Bulkhead
  • Concrete Floor
  • Unfinished Basement

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