For those who love to unwind at the end of the day with relaxing water views, this Mattituck home is for you.
Nestled on Fox Hollow Road, property owners get views of Mattituck Creek from their home. Additionally, a private, brand-new dock allows homeowners to boat, fish, kayak and paddleboard right off the 1.15-acre property.
This cozy cottage with water views is listed at $1,850,000. (Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)
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This summer cottage in Riverhead sits atop a bluff along Long Island Sound and offers water views from all rooms.
Homeowners can access the beach with private steps on their property leading down to the sand. There one can kayak or canoe in the water, with a place nearby to store boats, said listing agent Maryann Iacono of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.(more…)
A look at the sunny kitchen of this Greenport beach cottage which overlooks Pipe’s Cove. (Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)
This beach cottage in Greenport is near a private beach — perfect for swimming, fishing or kayaking.
And a one-car garage, with doors in the front and back of the structure, make it easy for homeowners to haul in items from the beach, such as kayaks and paddleboards, and store them. Residents can also moor their boats off of the beach and use a dinghy to reach their vessel, said listing agent JoAnn Wind of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.
“The best feature is the waterfront with 100 feet of sandy beach,” Wind said. “It is very nice and overlooks Shelter Island and Greenport.”(more…)
This property located at 5250 Vanston Road in Cutchogue recently sold for $8.9 million. (Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)
A 15-acre waterfront compound in Cutchogue’s Nassau Point section sold for $8.9 million on Friday, making it the highest bayfront residential sale in North Fork history.
The property, known as Glendalough, was built by Canadian investment banker William Justus Keugh Vanston in the 1920s and has since passed through three generations of his family. The area was largely undeveloped when it was built, according to his granddaughter. (more…)
This four-bedroom, 3.5-bath traditional on Shelter Island is anything but.
Set on just under an acre, it offers everything you need for a lifetime of outdoor living and entertaining.
“It has a beautiful patio, pool, cabana and outdoor fireplace,” said listing agent and realtor Debra Von Brook Binder of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “This would appeal to the majority of people who are coming out here.” (more…)