Last December, on a beautiful winter afternoon, we broke ground on two houses for sale in Aquinnah! Applications are being submitted and if you’re interested in purchasing one of these two homes don’t forget to fill out and bring your completed application to the Dukes County Regional Housing Authority office by 5:00 pm on April 6, 2018. For all the details take a look at the complete information and application packets on our website.
The beautiful and stylish Nobnocket Boutique Inn in Vineyard Haven has become the newest Gold member of the IHT Workforce Housing Partnership. The owners, Simon and Annabelle Hunton, unveiled their unique program in support of creating more affordable housing on Martha’s Vineyard in an article in the Boston Globe last weekend.
When guests make a regular price, early booking, during the month of April, which can be used any time through the fall, 5% of the booking amount will be donated to the Island Housing Trust.
“We’re very excited that Simon and Annabelle are joining the Workforce Housing Partnership”, stated Christopher Anderson, Development Manger at IHT, “we’re grateful for their commitment to our community and to our organization”.
For details about this generous program please check out the special offer section on the Nobnocket web site. Even if you live on island you may want to pamper yourself by booking a weekend in this lovely spot……you’ll be treating yourself while helping your community. What a great combination!
This August IHT will be selling two, two bedroom homes in Aquinnah. The Dukes County Regional Housing Authority will be conducting a lottery for the houses on June 5, 2018. The Smalley’s Knoll Info Packet Part 1 and Smalley’s Knoll Info Packet Part 2 are ready for review. Anyone interested in applying for this homeownership opportunity should fill out the Smalley’s Knoll Application and submit it to the Duke’s County Regional Housing Authority by 5:00 pm on Friday, April 6, 2018.
There are many similarities between The Vineyard and the island of Nantucket, including the year-round housing crisis. Year-round and seasonal residents, business leaders and elected officials are all working together to solve the islands housing problems in several creative ways. Read more