Built in 1959 as the island’s only fully-planned community, Dunewood is now an enclave of about 100 homes and families. The houses are modern, utilizing plenty of glass and decks in a setting of natural scrub and sand.
The 20-acre area, nestled between Lonelyville and Fair Harbor, is zoned entirely for residential purposes. There are no stores or restaurants and group rentals are banned as well. Groceries and supplies must be brought in by ferry or from the market in Fair Harbor.