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Seated on a cliff overlooking the Long Island Sound, this Baiting Hollow property might trick you into thinking you’re in Malibu.
“It was built in 1974 … with clear cedar planking that’s no longer available,” said listing agent Jon Tomlinso of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “You just feel like you’re in another place. It’s very California-esque.”
The backyard of the 1.01 acre property features a gunite pool and large entertaining deck, all with views of the Sound. The Warner Court home also comes with access to a private nearby community beach.
Inside the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home is one of Tomlinson’s favorite features of the — the great room.
“It’s these double height windows that overlook the Long Island Sound, which would be beautiful whether it’s winter or summer,” he said, adding that the 2,620 square foot house was designed by noted architect Claude Samton. “They don’t call it a great room for nothing — they were actually accurate in this case.”
Listed at $1.1 million, the home also features a pool-house apartment above a the two-car garage. That space comes with two bedrooms and a bathroom, the same water views and is “bigger than most New York City apartments,” Tomlinson said.
A one acre lot next door is also being sold for $400,000 and can be sold separately — or together as a privacy buffer.
“It really is this private sanctuary,” he said. “I alway say, I would basically live out there. I keep thinking if I win the lotto, I’m gonna buy this place.”
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