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This Cutchogue colonial has only had two owners since it was built 50 years ago. And it’s easy to see why a homeowner would want to hold on to this five bedroom, two and half bath home located on a private one-acre property.
“It’s in a fantastic location,” said listing agent Cheryl Schneider of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “Less than a mile from the beach and less than a mile from town.”
That beach is Causeway Beach, situated at the gateway to the North Fork’s picturesque Nassau Point neighborhood. And town happens to be downtown Cutchogue where you’ll find independent shops like Revel North Fork, Waters Crest Winery‘s tasting room and Touch of Venice restaurant.
Originally built in 1967, the Lupen Drive house was “beautifully” renovated with new windows, doors and floors in 2015, Schneider said. The interior was professionally designed with standout features like built-in bookcases and brick walls in the kitchen and family room, Schneider said.
“It is Old World-charm meets modern chic design,” she said.
Outside, you’ll find a heated, saltwater gunite pool, completely shielded from the street and perfect for a pool party (it also has a waterfall). Keep the party going after hours with the help of a wet bar in the family room.
Other amenities include central air conditioning, a hot tub, a generator, in-ground sprinklers and a fireplace.
The home, which was first listed in December, was recently reduced from $1,100,000 to $999,000.
“It’s got this really special charm about it,” Schneider said.
See the listing here.
More photos below.