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This cedar shake cottage offers homeowners views of the best of the North Fork — rolling grape vines and sweeping Sound vistas.
“The unique thing about this is that it is nestled [between] the Long Island Sound and the vineyards,” said listing agent Gayle Marriner-Smith of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “If you look north all you see is water, and if you look south you see the beautiful vineyards. It’s really spectacular.”
The Southold cottage, located on .42 acres, is seated directly on the bluffs with a staircase leading to the water. The backyard features a large patio for outdoor entertaining.
Being directly on the Long Island Sound offers beautiful waterfront views from nearly every room in the 1,200-square-foot space.
“Nowhere else can you get spectacular water views and spectacular vineyard views,” Marriner-Smith said. “It’s the quintessential North Fork cottage.”
Originally built as an arts and crafts cottage in the 1920s or 1930s, the home has since been completely renovated. It contains three bedrooms, two bathrooms and boasts an open concept floor plan.
“The kitchen is amazing,” Marriner-Smith said. “All the appliances are Bosch. The bathroom was redone and is just stunning. When you walk into the home it feels like you have entered a jewel.”
The home is listed at $1,395,000.
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