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When it comes to beachfront living on the North Fork, it doesn’t get better than owning property on the Peconic Bay.
The sugar sand beaches and sweeping 180 degree views of New Suffolk to Mattituck and the South Fork make bayfront living a dream. This 2,400-square-foot Cutchogue estate located on 2.17 acres takes the idea of a quintessential North Fork beach house to the max.
“What makes this property stand out among other bayfronts — besides that it is a spectacularly spacious beach house with stunning views — is that it has 240 feet of beachfront,” said co-listing agent John Nickles Jr. of Lewis & Nickles Real Estate. “Your typical bayfront property is a half-acre and has 80-to-100 feet of beach. When you have wide width like this on the bay, not only do you have more expansive views and more beach to romp around on, you get additional privacy.”
The inside of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home is perfect for entertaining. It features a coveted open floor plan with a modern gourmet kitchen, formal dinning area and a screened-in porch that faces the water. The porch is the perfect place to catch the Wednesday evening sailing races around Robins Island during the summer and enjoy the views even when the weather turns brisk.
The master bedroom is also located on the first floor, which is an increasingly sought-after amenity, Nickles added. The three spacious guest bedrooms are located upstairs.
The home also boasts a two-car garage, a library and a well-maintained beach-inspired architectural aesthetic that makes relaxing easy. And if you’re not big into gardening, not to worry.
“It is really ideal because there isn’t a big lawn to constantly have to maintain,” he said. “It blends in very well with the environment. It is on a dune and it has plenty of natural beach grass.”
It is tempting to just stay in, but when you want to go out on the town the home is located in close proximity to shops, wineries and restaurants.
“The location is prime because Cutchogue is one of the most popular hamlets on the North Fork,” Nickles said. “If you were trying to purchase something like this in the Hamptons, it would probably be three times the price. It is a great value.”
This home is listed at $3,650,000.
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