A Place called Oyster Watcha Meadow  
Martha's Vineyard
     The Island is comprised of 6 towns, each one with a flavor of its own. 
Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah.    
      Edgartown.... with an 1800's Sea Captains village from years gone by.  Pristine white houses with picket fences and gardens will charm your senses.  One of the larger towns on the Island it also boasts miles of sugar sand beaches and farmland.  Farm Markets and excellent restaurants will not disappoint.  
       Vinyard Haven.....the main port of entry for the Island.   A busy village with a working commercial harbor known for its wooden boat building.  Numerous shops and restaurants abound.  Home of the famous Black Dog Restaurant.
       Oak Bluffs..... The town of the Gingerbread houses and Ocean Park, The Flying Horses and  where yearly fireworks light the sky.   A little honky tonk yet charming.   Fun restaurants and bars, it is the place for lively nightlife.  Day ferries come to Island from the Mainland  making it a bustling little town.
       West Tisbury......a quant little village center with Alley's Store and the quintessential New England White church mark the center of beautiful farmland with  art galleries and wonderful hiking trails.
        Chilmark.....blink and you have gone by.  Charming and beautiful with rolling fields and stone walls that go on forever.  The fishing of Village of Menemsha is the place to go for sunset and Lobster on the Beach.  A crowd gathers each evening to applaud the setting sun....A Vineyard Happening.
        Aquinnah.....This is where the Gay Head Cliffs mark the end of the Island and you can walk for miles under the  lighthouse at the top of the cliff.  
         There are numerous beaches on the Island that are accessible if you know where to go.   We have compiled a book in each house that will get you to these hidden gems and not just the well known  tourist beaches.  We love getting out and exploring the Island with its many trails and  large conservation lands.  Be it a trip 4 x 4 driving on the beaches of  Chappaquiddick Island or a hike to Cedar Tree Neck you will be amazed at the diversity the Island Offers.  From the North Shore Cliffs and fantastic Sunset Beaches to the sugar sandy whilte beaches on the Atlantic Side there are more beaches than you could possible visit .    We also have complied excellent suggestions for Kayaking in the many beautiful ponds.  A truly magical way to see the Island.



The Compound at Oyster Watcha Meadow sits in a 3 Acre Meadow  about 4 miles out of the Village of Edgartown 

Consisting of two homes it can be rented as a full private compound or the homes can be rented individually sharing the pool.  Each home has its own extensive yard, gardens, patios, private hot tub and more. 
Tucked away from hectic summer traffic yet close to all six Island Towns you will love our very central location. 

              FOR FULL SPECS
Sitting 4 miles off the Coast of Massachusetts 
Latitude 41.389  Longitude -70.5134
Approx 20.4 miles long and 14  miles across
Getting to the Island

Car/Passanger  Ferry Reservations Required in Advance  508 477 8600

Passanger only Ferry    508 548 4800  800 492 8082

Boston Logan Airport to Woods Hole Steamship Authority Terminal
Logan Limo Service  Ron Pokraka 617 572 6565
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Peterpan Logan Express

Real Estate Sales:   Seagull Realty
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Flying into the Island Direct
Jet Blue   summertime only

For more info on the Island we suggest
MVChamber of Commerce