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This charming Laurel Dream Home offers a little of everything for a North Fork lifestyle.
The traditional style four-bedroom, three-bathroom home tucked away off Peconic Bay Boulevard was built in the 1950s and was once a small beachfront bungalow. Meticulous renovations have transformed the house into an estate that still retains coveted old-time details such as a brick fireplace and hardwood floors throughout.
“The owner’s attention to detail and style is impeccable,” said listing agent Thomas McCloskey of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “When people walk it, they asked if it has been staged, but it is just the way it is. It is very well maintained.”
The timeless craftsmanship is seamlessly balanced with modern amenities. A crisp white kitchen with stainless steel appliances flows into the light drenched living area with panoramic views of the Great Peconic Bay.
The water views are perhaps best enjoyed from the second floor master suite. Wake up to bay views each day and enjoy coffee from the balcony. The master bath features marble floors and a large soaking tub with a separate shower. The neighboring guest suite also boasts its own private balcony.
“It is one of the most majestic master bedroom suites I have ever seen,” McCloskey said. “The bed is situated so that when you wake up you’re looking out over the bay.”
Another highlight is the back deck and cabana that sits over the water.
“The deck is unbelievable,” he said. “It was rebuilt two years and it is tremendous.”
It is listed for $1,875,000.
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