Restored Lambert's Cove Landmark Martha’s Vineyard 1841 Church and Parsonage are an iconic and historic landmark along Lambert’s Cove Road. The property has been thoughtfully and meticulously renovated, staying true to the original architecture, restoring and carefully reusing the original materials. The result is a transformation to a well-designed, comfortable and functional residence that reflects the modest luxury of the area. The Church was renovated reusing the original wide plank flooring and carefully restoring/replacing the decorative tin ceiling. The original chandelier and sconces are now electrified and illuminate the spacious area. Even the original cast iron bell in the Church’s Steeple was preserved announcing the arrival of family and friends. A full bathroom was added to back of the Church with French Doors providing privacy. The scale of the undivided high ceilinged Church interior provides a unique loft-like master-suite, with generous space for living and dining. The Parsonage was renovated to provide an open floor plan between kitchen, dining and outdoor living areas. The front façade remained true to the original building, thus preserving the integrity of the historic property. The newly built portion includes a lofted ceiling in the living and dining areas and functional European style kitchen with concrete countertops and reclaimed flooring. A centerpiece of the Parsonage is a floating staircase from basement to the second floor. A bedroom and full bath completes the first floor, with another bedroom and bath on the second floor. New energy efficient thermal pane historically accurate windows, hydronic radiant heated flooring throughout all rooms and baths all make for a super green, efficient and beautifully functional interior.