A versatile property with some of the best views and one of the nicest beaches anywhere, this sprawling .94-acre Cliff Beach resort compound is a Nantucket landmark. Originally developed as a private beach club in the 1930s, the property includes a recently constructed, four-unit main beach house, two stand-alone cottages (one historic, but completely renovated, and one recently built), two garages, an entry courtyard/garden and a large Belgian-block parking area. Corniced by its own self-contained landscaping, the estate celebrates the simplicity of 18th and 19th century design, which flows harmoniously throughout all six units and the compound's 7,000 square-foot living space. Its tastefully restrained decor weaves into the protected conservation lands around it, while suggestive vistas conjure the island's prosperous seafaring-era and colonial heritage. Winding brick walkups lead to the newly-renovated smaller units that stand out in their own right as inviting luxury homes. Serene seaside views fill their rooms, which are outfitted with oak, reclaimed heart pine and marble flooring, classical revival fireplaces and upscale fixtures. Bathrooms were envisaged with high-end detailing, marble fixtures and walk-in showers. Sleek, open kitchens with stainless steel appliances and a grey and white-dominated color palette dialogue harmoniously with the warmth of the living space. Finally, each unit enjoys its own mahogany deck, private staircase and enviable beach entrance for the ultimate vacation experience. Situated less than a mile from the center of town in the tony Cliffside neighborhood adjacent to the Beach Club, the compound is part of the only residential/commercial (R/C) zoned property on Nantucket's entire North Shore.