After many quiet months, the Mass. House of Representatives initially approved a bill yesterday that would tax and regulate short-term rentals in the Commonwealth.
Although the bill is expected to pass full House approval as soon as tomorrow, March 21, the bill would also require approval in the Senate, which has its own version of an “Airbnb” bill, as well as from Governor Charlie Baker. Although Baker’s proposed Fiscal 2019 Budget does favor a lodging tax on short-term rentals, it would only be for units that are rented out 150 or more days per year.
The article below provides more detail about the House bill.
Oak Bluffs Beach House for Sale
Sengekontacket Association: This is not your traditional mainland property. It’s much more. When you enter this elevated beach house, you know you’re on vacation.
This property is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and the nearly one acre tree lined lot gives you a greater sense of privacy even though you are centrally located between Edgartown, Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven. As you ascend the entryway stairs, you come into a bright and open living/dining/kitchen area. Looking out from the 2 large decks, you get the feeling of being in the canopy of the trees.
There are 4 bedrooms, 2 with half baths land a full bathroom centrally located in the living space. The window-lined cupola and vaulted ceiling add to the openness of the living area.
The Sengekontacket Association provides many amenities that residents can enjoy. There are 2 tennis courts, a clubhouse, an association beach, a boat launch with kayak storage and dock.
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Another winter storm approaches MV
Island expecting 2-5 inches of snow and strong winds, again.