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Edgartown colonial
Indianapolis
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Price: $3.995 million
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2.5
Square feet: 2,292

Description: This classic island colonial was built in 1920 and is close to the town landing, Edgartown Village and Fuller Street Beach. So while it may feel as if it's well out in the country, the house is quite close to shopping and restaurants.

Inside, there is a separate dining room, a breakfast nook, two fireplaces, skylights and a laundry. There are many pleasant features such as high wainscoting, built-in shelves, multi-paned windows and angled ceilings. Outside are balconies, patios, lawn and many large trees.

The home may not be huge, but it comes with an additional two-bedroom guest suite and a heated, two-car garage. Plus deeded access to Eel Pond.



For further information: Sandpiper Realty

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Last updated August 21 2009: 6:15 AM ET
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