Tuscan style villa in Cutchogue: North Fork Dream Home

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Discover peace and privacy at this European Country style home. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom Cutchogue estate takes influence from old world architecture reminiscent of Tuscany or Provence villas.

“This [waterfront] home is an unusual find on the North Fork,” said listing agent Marianne Collins of Brown Harris Stevens Real Estate. “This is a new world North Fork wine country home channeling an old world aesthetic.”

Roman courtyards inspired the circular patterns of brick floors and the curved archways flanking the great room. The mantel is cast stone and the plaster walls in the main living areas were painted while the plaster was wet using a technique to simulate an antique patina.

“The scale of the great room is certainly grand with its high ceiling and massive fireplace,” Collins said. “And yet the house is extremely comfortable and casual in its flow and layout with a master suite on the main level and three other bedrooms and baths upstairs, allowing plenty of space for family and guests to spread out.”

There are also other spaces that can accommodate a variety of uses to suit every lifestyle. A large bonus room could be used as a playroom, an office or even a guest suite since it has its own bathroom and a separate entrance. There’s a library overlooking the great room that has amazing creek views, plus its own deck. A separate studio with plenty of natural light could be ideal for artists or for a home gym.

There are also multiple outdoor spaces for everyone to enjoy including plenty of lawn areas for games and a heated swimming pool. The 6.9-acre property sits adjacent to the North Fork Country Club and preserved land for pristine views no matter where you spend your time.

“It offers a lot of privacy while being in such a convenient location,” Collins said. “Given that we are in wine country, I will also mention there is a full size wine cooler in the kitchen.”

The home is listed for $2,499,000.

View listing here.

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