74 Atkins Mayo Road. [2011, Dunlap]
This confidently modern 2,136-square-foot house was constructed in 1975, according to Town records. From 1992 to 2019, it was owned by Trudy B. Wood, the manager of Kidstuff at 381 Commercial Street.
Nathaniel C. Mayo and Chelsea Crowe are the current owners. In 2022, Mayo provided intriguing details about the history of this property: “The home was the second project of artist Murray Zimiles, commenced in the early 1970s. The effort drew upon the insights he gained after designing and constructing, along with his uncle, Boris Margo, a new studio at 56 Atkins Mayo Road after the previous studio was lost in fire. It was sold in the early ’80s to the Susswein family, who in turn sold it to Trudy Wood, who resided there for nearly three decades before selling the home to Nathaniel Mayo (the son of Center for Coastal Studies co-founders Charles “Stormy” Mayo and Barbara Mayo) and Chelsea Crowe. Their first son, named Atkins Mayo, was born in 2021. The road was named after a Mayo ancestor.”
74 Atkins Mayo Road on the Town Map, showing property lines.
¶ Last updated on 2 September 2022.