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Wealthy homeowners in Nantucket are building bars in their homes to get around the island’s 10 p.m. noise ordinance, and that’s not even the most extreme way the 1% are tailoring their homes to their tastes

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  • There is no shortage of luxury real estate in Nantucket, Massachusetts. Now, homeowners are further customizing their homes for added enjoyment, going as far as building wet bars to enjoy after the 10 p.m. noise ordinance kicks in and the local bars close.
  • In a recent Wall Street Journal story, several homeowners discussed their pricey bar renovations featuring professional kegerators and luxurious Hermès inspired design.
  • Unbelievable in-home wet bars are just one of the many ways in which the wealthy have been known to deck out their homes to meet their personal wants and needs.
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Last call is no problem in Nantucket, Massachusetts, where the newest trend is building an in-home bar to skirt the island's 10 p.m. noise ordinance.

According to Amy Gamerman at the Wall Street Journal, homeowners are going as far as spending thousands of dollars to create the perfect personal cocktail space in their homes, ensuring that "much of the summer's high-octane socializing, networking and fundraising takes place in private homes," and undoubtedly, lasts past 10 p.m.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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