This traditional shingle house on Shelter Island’s Ram Island Drive will literally take your breath away.
Built 20 years ago, the house is set on a classic, waterfront property on Little Ram Island overlooking Coecles Harbor.
“It’s filled with a tremendous amount of detail,” said real estate agent Carol Tintle of Daniel Gale Sothebys International Realty. “The moldings, the trim, the high ceilings, all the details are amazing.”
The property comes complete with its own 110-foot dock, as well as beach rights. The two-car garage includes a separate guest apartment with a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
The main house features three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms — that includes a master bedroom with its own fireplace, plus two more ensuite bedrooms. Another fireplace is located in the living room, but the most unusual area is the turret space or cupola at the top of the house.
“There’s a room up there that is an office,” Tintle said. “With glass all the way around, it looks out over the water.”
“This house would appeal to someone with exquisite taste,” Tintle said. “Someone who loves to entertain and is either going to be living there full time or a Park Avenue couple coming out with their children.”
Set back from the water, amidst the trees, the property is gated and very private. The picturesque porch goes all the way across the front of of the house.
“This is a wonderful summer house, but it’s also built to be a year-round house,” Tintle said. “This house is a one of a kind that you will not see again, it’s just spectacular.”
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66 Ram Island Dr, Shelter Island
3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Daniel Gale Sothebys Intl Rlty
Classic Waterfront On Little Ram. Peter Pennoyer Design. Situated Above Coecles Harbor, Enjoy The Afternoon Sea Breeze And Stunning Harbor Sunsets. The Meticulous Home Features A Decorators Interior, Superb Millwork, Oversized Living Room, Chef’s Kitchen, 3 Ensuite Bedrooms. Plus Guest House W/ Lg Bedroom And Bath. The Perfect Island Retreat! 110 Ft Dock And Beach.
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