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Location: West Tisbury, Mass.
The Skinny: When former hospital magnate Gerald DeBlois listed 266 undeveloped waterfront acres last year in the bucolic Martha's Vineyard village of West Tisbury, the $92M list price made it the most expensive asking price in island history. Now, DeBlois has decided to add his personal estate to the offering, bringing the total acreage to 314 and the price to a whopping $118M. The owner's house is also now included—a 5,600-square-foot spread built in 1985 by architect Gary Graham, with views to Little Homer's Pond, a lap pool, media room, a 14,000-bottle wine cellar, and four bedrooms. Should buyers not want the giant property, it is available as smaller lots, but they're far from tiny, or cheap. The smallest parcel, 100 waterfront acres, is listed for $31M.
· Homer's Pond [Southlight Property]
· Massive Martha's Vineyard Estate Asks $92M Sans House [Curbed National]