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Check Out the Pool and "Coolest Beds Ever" at the Stunning Summer House: Martha's Vineyard Estate

Shanice Henderson admitted her favorite part of the vacation home is actually the unique trampoline area.

By Jax Miller

Sit back, relax, and prepare to be jealous once you set your eyes on the spectacular accommodations in the second season of Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard.

How to Watch

Watch Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard on Sundays at 9/8c and next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app.  

Vacationing in a different house from the Oak Bluffs home featured last season, the cast got together to take audiences into their sprawling New England estate. Shanice Henderson, Bria Fleming, and Amir Lancaster welcomed Bravo at the front door of the expansive, shingle-style home, the kind you’d find in some of the best northeastern summer spots.

Where is the house on Summer House: Martha's Vineyard?

The trio took viewers inside the Oak Bluffs home. They then led viewers from the foyer to a study-turned-bedroom where newcomer Noelle Hughley stays. Noelle said the large area — boasting coffered ceilings and walls of bookshelves — is where “everything goes down.”

“I’m talking about girl talk, haircare, makeup, you name it,” said Noelle with the help of “Mir Mir” (which was just Amir hilariously putting on a woman’s wig while we were busy awing over Noelle’s room).

Next up was the living room, part of an open layout with the kitchen, and furnished with a white sectional sofa and coastal-themed accessories.

The living room at the Summer House Marthas Vineyard home.

“Not only is this the place where we party, this is also a place where we relax,” they explained as Amir led the way.

Preston Mitchum met the group at the kitchen’s breakfast bar, which is lined with rattan-backed barstools, as he was mixing himself a dirty martini. He then took viewers into his sleeping quarters, with walls painted light sea green and an attached en suite.

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Preston’s accommodations also offered privacy the other men didn’t have.

See the Bedrooms in the Summer House: Martha's Vineyard Home

Of course, no house tour would be complete unless our guides showed us “where the magic happens,” as Shanice put it.

Upstairs, Summer Marie Thomas pointed out where she and Jordan Emanuel sleep, a room equipped with an alcove, in-wall cabinets, and a built-in tub, giving their accommodations a textured architectural style. Down the hall, Shanice’s bedroom came with comfy, tufted chairs, while Bria’s room was what Amir called “the best room in the house,” thanks to its balcony and natural lighting.

A bedroom with two beds at the Summer House Marthas Vineyard home.

The balcony overlooked a sweeping view of the property.

“I gave up the primary bedroom for this room,” said Bria.

The room belonging to Jasmine Cooper Ellis — who wasn’t part of the hour tour — appeared to be the smallest, but it was homey nonetheless. A wooden bureau matched the bed, with a fresh vase of pale pink roses sent by Silas Cooper while he was overseas with the U.S. Army atop it.

A balcony at the Summer House Marthas Vineyard home.

Meanwhile, the upstairs “frat house” was where most of the men stayed, including Nick Arrington, who met the group there. The large bedroom consists of four stylish built-in bunkbeds separated by stairs, plus another bed across the room, where Alex Tyree rests his head.

Amir said he, Nick, and Alex had “the best layout in the house” because bunk beds are “the coolest thing ever.”

The outside boasts stretches of green lawn and a bunch of inviting features. When one's not enjoying some hot dogs or corn on the cob by the grill, they might find one of the other guests hanging in the vegetable garden, checking out the massive wooden playset, or bouncing on the extreme in-ground trampoline.

“This is actually my favorite part of the house,” Shanice said of the trampoline.

The group found Alex in one of several Adirondack chairs surrounding the yard’s bonfire pit. He was fine without a fire at the time because, he said, “The fire’s in my soul.”

Meanwhile, Bravo caught up with Jordan lounging by the in-ground pool, an ample space surrounded by loungers. There is also a curved outdoor sofa and electric firepit, while a corner of the pool is reserved for a jacuzzi.

“Welcome to my mermaid lair,” Jordan welcomed the group.

According to Amir, some of the cast’s “greatest nights” happened at the pool, providing them with “iconic and epic” fun, including Freaknik- and neon-themed parties and perhaps a little bit of skinny dipping.

On that note, viewers can see more as Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard continues, Sundays at 9/8c on Bravo and the next day on Peacock.  

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