The Top 5 North Fork Dream Homes of 2015

New Suffolk Ave
You’ve longed for them, you’ve wished for them and you’ve dreamt about these homes, which are some of the North Fork’s most desireable real estate.

Each week we feature one North Fork home that is on the market for more than $1,000,000 as our “North Fork Dream Home.” These were our five favorite dream homes of the year.

3270 Peconic Bay Blvd

5. $2,195,000 — Laurel bayfront colonial

Readers fell in love with the views promised by this waterfront cape, located at 3270 Peconic Bay Boulevard in Laurel.

Perched above the bay, this three bedroom, three and a half bathroom house offers panoramic vistas from many of its oversized windows. An open floor plan allows the light to flow throughout the main floor and a balcony reminiscent of a ship’s bow and a gas-powered fireplace highlight the master suite.

Other amenities include a fireplace in the livingroom, an eat-in chef’s kitchen and a guest cottage above the garage.

Represented by real estate salesperson Christine Malloy of Douglas Elliman, this property is still on the market.
New Suffolk Ave

4. $1,500,000 — New Suffolk seaside house

Known locally as ‘the House on the Bridge,” this picturesque three bedroom, three bathroom house got a lot of attention when we posted about it earlier this year.

Built by its current owner, the house sits on 1/3 of an acre and offers an airy floor plan with 360-degree panoramic views of New Suffolk’s waterfront.

Amenities include a two-level deck with a hot tub up top, outdoor shower, marble kitchen countertops, a wet bar, built-in wine cooler, a wine cellar in the basement and beach rights.

Represented by real estate agent Victoria Germaise of Douglas Elliman, this property is still on the market.
640 Skippers Ln

3.  $2,300,000 — Orient farmhouse

This lovely 1850s-era farmhouse at 640 Skippers Lane in Orient has been meticulously restored by its current owner, who is an interior designer. Built on 1.29 acres, the 1,700-square foot house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, porch and space for an office.  One acre of the property remains farmland and is currently leased to and farmed by nearby Latham Farms.

The property includes three outbuildings, including a barn, potting shed and two-car garage. Offering stunning views of Orient Bay and the surrounding farmland, the property is located in the heart of Orient.

Represented by listing agent Janet Markarian of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, this property’s listing price has been reduced to $1,890,000.

4402 Youngs Ave

2. $ 1,390,000 — Southold organic farm

This historic 1820s farmhouse at 4402 Youngs Avenue in Southold had many readers dreaming of a farmer’s life. Set on nearly 18 acres of property, this farm is actually three parcels of land being sold as one package. On one acre sits the two-bedroom, two bathroom house, a two-story barn, garage and several outbuildings. Behind the house sits a flag lot of approximately 7.4 acres where certified organic produce is currently being farmed. Then across the street is another nearly 10-acre parcel which will become certified organic in 2017.

Represented by listing agent Susan Sutton of The Corcoron Group Real Estate, this property is still on the market.

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1. $1,950,000 — Laurel estate

One look at this Laurel dream home at 1503 Peconic Bay Boulevard was enough to make many readers fall in love.

Affectionally known as “The Osprey Beach House,” this 3,900-square-foot home sits on 3.5 acres of property and is perfect for anyone who loves to entertain in the lap of luxury.

Chic and modern in design, the five bedroom, four bathroom house has plenty of natural light with amazing views of Peconic Bay. Amenities include an open floor plan, chef’s eat-in kitchen, fireplace, organic garden, barn and deeded beach rights.

Represented by Shari Clarry of Corcoran, this property sold for $1,790,000.