Cuttyhunk Island, part of the Elizabeth Islands off the southern coast of Massachusetts is located between Buzzards Bay and Vineyard Sound. Just 550± acres with a year-round population of approximately 30 residents, the quaint island offers a quiet, beautiful, ocean environment perfect for fishing, sailing, reading and relaxing. The island’s population swells as summer residents, vacationers and boaters head over when the weather warms. Pleasantries on the island include brunches at the Fishing Club, seasonal food shacks by the pier, and small yacht club that primarily provides activities for children.
Located on Copicut Neck, this spectacular property consists of a vacant waterfront lot totaling 8.32± acres of residential land with north-facing frontage on Buzzards Bay. The 8.32± acres comes with a 6.32± acre Conservation Restriction and offers a 2.00± acre building envelope available for residential development. All proposed development would be served by town water and electric and an on-site septic system.
8.32± acres of vacant, waterfront, residential land with a 6.32± acre Conservation Restriction and a 2.00± acre building envelope
Panoramic views of Buzzards Bay
Cuttyhunk is a village within the Town of Gosnold, MA
Cuttyhunk Island is served by a passenger ferry from New Bedford, MA