A former PriceSpotter from Martha's Vineyard has met with the PriceChopper. When we first wrote about this midcentury duo, the Menemsha compound was asking $1.6 million. To refresh, the two-acre spread consists of two separate residences with "spectacular views of Menemsha Pond, the Vineyard Sound, the entire Western tip of 'up-island', and even glints of the Atlantic Ocean." Per the listing, the main house is a "Japanese style mid-century classic designed by prominent post-War architect William Smull." Built in 1963, the two bedroom, two bath is lined with cedar and has a living room, galley kitchen, and "a nearly all-glass façade positioned for maximum views." Outside, there's a large deck and a "quaint wooden bridge" leading over a brook where the self-contained, two-bedroom guest house is located. The 10-room property has walkability to both private and public beaches as well as the perfect-for-Jaws-fans harbor and fish markets of Menemsha village. Asking price for 31 Flanders Lane is now $1,350,000.
· Listing: 31 Flanders Lane, Chilmark [Up-Island Real Estate]
· Big Reveal: How Much for Two Mid-Century Classics in Chilmark? [Curbed Cape Cod]
· The Ultimate Jaws Filming Location Map of Martha's Vineyard [Curbed Cape Cod]