Stories of a village heirloom taking shape in historic Edgartown.


Designing for the Greater Good

All of us on the Captain Ellsworth Team were thrilled with a recent article in the Martha’s Vineyard Magazine which highlighted the philanthropic motivations behind this historic renovation project in Edgartown Village. Check it out for yourself: Designed for greater good, an Edgartown village heirloom is staged to make a …

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Reviving an Edgartown Heirloom

In the heart of Edgartown’s Historic District, FacingWest Development has teamed up with Hutker Architects and HobKnob Construction to breath new life into a 150-year heirloom home known as the Captain Ellsworth West House. Located on the corner of Cooke and South Summer Street, directly across from The Federated Church …


From Just Style to Lifestyle

The “village”, as it is described during the bustling summer season, is defined by the quintessential residential architecture of an 1800’s seaside community. The white painted clapboards, gabled roofs, painted shutters and detailed exterior trim work, prevalent over 100 years ago, all act as visual reminders to an architectural “style” …