The recently completed home was created on a 3.3-acre parcel of land, surrounded by specimen trees, rolling grassy meadows and is highly situated on a stable bank overlooking nearly 250 ft of sandy beach. The home, which celebrates and was imagined utilizing the 14 patterns of biophilic design, fosters positive and sustained interaction and relationships among people and the natural environment. The entrance to the home leads across enormous granite steppingstones bridging over an expansive water feature with two waterfalls cascading to a lower-level pond. The entry way welcomes one to open and dramatic living spaces with 10 ft ceilings and large expanses of glass facing Vineyard Sound and the surrounding landscape. Each of the five bedroom suites have unique features and connect with the beauty of the outdoors. There is a spectacular glass spiral staircase leading to a roof top pool which is surrounded by expansive decks and gardens and offers what is arguably the best place one could choose to watch the sun set each evening. The residence offers countless distinctive features and green technologies including self-sustaining solar energy. Minawetu is essentially a platform for a botanical garden, one with nature and a harmonic part of the island’s environment. If desired there is substantial additional square footage in the lower level, which could offer a number of usages. There is also the possibility for a detached structure offering additional living space. The landscaping is an incredible blend of open, natural settings complimented by the botanical gardens which grow on and around the house. There is a weathered stone staircase providing easy access to a white sandy beach. There are so many spectacular properties on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, each offering their own incredible features but there truly is no other property that captures the magic of Minawetu.