Bernadette Meyer's Newest Listing Featured in The WSJ

Bernadette Meyer's Newest Listing Featured in The WSJ

Bernadette’s latest listing at 72 Main Street has recently made waves in the world of real estate, thanks to a prominent feature in the prestigious Wall Street Journal. This spotlight is well-deserved, as it brings attention to a property that seamlessly combines historical charm and modern luxury.

E.B. Solomont, Wall Street Journal journalist, highlights this remarkable property and the trends of the Nantucket real estate market. To view the original article, click here

At the heart of this story is the remarkable property at 72 Main Street. This historic house, nestled on Nantucket's cobblestoned Main Street, exudes timeless elegance and charm. Originally built around 1820, this residence boasts a rich history and a captivating architectural design that has stood the test of time.



In addition to the architectural appeal, what sets this property apart is its legendary connections. Built by John Coleman, a renowned Nantucket builder, this house originally belonged to whaling merchant John Wendell Barrett and his wife, Lydia Mitchell Barrett.

During the Great fire of 1846, through Lydia's defiance, she declared she would die for the home, and refused to let it be torn down to stop the fire from spreading.

Depiction of Great Fire of Nantucket in 1846 in Main Street

The mayhem of the Great Fire of 1846 in Main Street

72 Main Street has truly earned its place in the limelight with its feature in the Wall Street Journal. We invite you to read the full article, immerse yourself in the rich history and contemporary charm of this Nantucket gem.

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