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The pleasures of living on Aurora Way, Nantucket.

The pleasures of living on Aurora Way, Nantucket.

I’ve been very fortunate in that I have a home on Aurora Way, and LOVE living there.  I wanted to convey some of the things I find as benefits and share my experiences because it’s the little things that make a house a home.

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The top 8 things I Love about living on Aurora Way, Nantucket.

Hummock Pond Road Bike Path!!! About 1 mile to Town and 2 to the beach. My son is learning to ride his bike here.


Boat Yard Farm just 1 mile up the street towards Cisco beach. Year round I can run up there almost anytime of day and collect fresh eggs from the Chickens if the farm is there great, if not I leave $5 and pick my own.

An amazing group of neighbors. Two of us live on Aurora Way year round while the other homes are used as second homes full of friends and people who enjoy knowing one another and have similar interest in caring for their property, neighbors and community.Sunset

Cisco/Schindy’s Beach in my opinion some of the most fun beaches on island, great surf, good sand and 7 months a year a perfect view of the sun setting into the ocean, and the largest striped bass I’ve ever caught from shore 48.5 inches

Cisco Brewery, there are so many things to say here. When parking was an issue at the brewery I become accustom to walking, and it only take 10 to 12 minutes, that’s hard to beat.


Like Seafood and Fresh Veggies for dinner? Me too – 167 Hummock Seafood market and Bartlett Farm are only minutes away and makes it really easy.

NO Traffic in and out of Town! Hummock Pond Road to Milk Street leads straight to Top of Main, I can get in and out of Town and avoid all the heavy traffic intersections on island, from my house to my office in a car, by bike or on foot its only ever minutes away.

Rising values! I love knowing my investment is only growing as areas along Hummock Pond Rd are going through redevelopment and values are climbing.


Brian Sullivan

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Brian Sullivan

Originally hailing from Weston, Massachusetts, Brian came to Nantucket in 1996 intending to stay for just the summer. As often happens, he found himself being drawn in by the Island’s allure and immediately set about building a dynamic career spanning over 20 years in Nantucket real estate. Brian loves the puzzle and challenge of matching people to property, and believes that there is something for everyone here on Nantucket if you look hard enough. As one of the top brokers on the Island, to date he has participated in hundreds of millions in transactions and has been quoted by CNNMoney and Barron’s.

Brian truly embodies the Nantucket lifestyle, taking advantage of all the unique outdoor opportunities the Island offers and throwing himself into the local community. Seemingly squeezing 48 hours worth of work and activities into 24, Brian sits on numerous Boards and Committees, including the Maria Mitchell Association, and was appointed by the Nantucket Board of Selectmen to the Affordable Housing Trust. He lives on the Island year round with his wife, Tess, owner of The Hub Nantucket, and their son, Fisher.