Quawk Cottage, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
Apr 25, 2011Public
Photo: Quawk Cottage, north lawn.
Photo: Quawk Cottage, north lawn.
Photo: When Quawk Cottage was build (circa the 1860s), there was a rookerie of black crowned night herons (quawks).  It is gone now as are the quawks from Hines Point although some can be found on Martha's Vineyard.
Photo: When Quawk Cottage was build (circa the 1860s), there was a rookerie of black crowned night herons (quawks).  It is gone now as are the quawks from Hines Point although some can be found on Martha's Vineyard.
Photo: When Quawk Cottage was build (circa the 1860s), there was a rookerie of black crowned night herons (quawks).  It is gone now as are the quawks from Hines Point although some can be found on Martha's Vineyard.
Photo: Quawk Cottage as seen from Hines Point Road.
Photo: The swing is very popular with kids.
Photo: The swing is very popular with kids.
Photo: East lawn.  The hammock has been relocated.
Photo: East lawn from dining porch.  Gas barbecue is available.
Photo: East lawn looking toward Quawk Cottage from the bank.
Photo: Stairs to private beach.
Photo: The beach varies from quite stony to sandy depending upon winter storms.
Photo: Outdoor shower, enclosed.
Photo: Living Room.
Photo: Living Room.
Photo: Computer table.
Photo: Dining Room.
Photo: Dining room.
Photo: The life ring was fished from NYC's East River by the previous owner of Quawk Cottage.
Photo: Looking toward the kitchen from the dining room.
Photo: Main porch.
Photo: Main porch.
Photo: Main porch.