The Robert A.M. Stern-designed Martha’s Vineyard home, which has attracted vacationers including Mariah Carey, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, recently hit the market for $13.75 million, according to New York Post. The Cape Cod-style home, located on nearly 22 acres in Edgartown, Massachusetts, was built in 1994 and remodeled by the 100 AD Hall of Fame in 2003. In addition to the 9,500-square-foot main house, which features gray shingles and white trim, there is a guest house and cottage, an Amish barn, a large pond, a swimming pool and a pool house with a gym, sauna and massage room.
Seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms are found in the main residence, which also features numerous fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and plenty of windows and skylights that take in pastoral views and pools of sunlight. Spacious kitchen with island, colorful bluestone countertops and breakfast nook. The attached circular dining room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and a fireplace with an intricate stone mantel.
Up the spiral staircase, the master bedroom opens to a private balcony overlooking the grounds, as well as a fireplace and a spa-style bathroom finished in peach tiles. The complex has a total of 11 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.
It is not known exactly when the Careys or the Carters stayed in this house, but the latter have long been enjoying their vacation on their favorite island. “Sleep in one place, tell the pilot to keep the engine running / Running, then I wake up on Martha’s Vineyard,” Jay-Z rapped in his song “All Round the World” back in 2002. MailThe couple attended former President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday party in 2021 at the estate he and the former first lady bought for $11.75 million in 2019, the outlet reported. This 29-acre property just so happens to be located directly across Edgartown’s Great Pond from where Bay and Jay laid their heads.