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This dreamy 1930s Cape on the Peconic Bay checks all the boxes for a beachfront buyer who prioritizes character over cookie-cutter.
Sited on just shy of an acre overlooking Jessup’s Neck toward Nassau Point, this four-bedroom, two-bath Southold home is rich in charm. Its 2,000 square-foot interior is beachy and bright with crisp white walls, original oak flooring and a stone fireplace.
“There is a lot to be said about it,” said listing agent Nora Conant of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “It has authentic North Fork charm. It’s not huge and meets the demands of many buyers who don’t want a McMansion and who are looking for something true to the area.”
The first floor features a sizable living room, eat-in-kitchen, two bedrooms and a screened porch. The two upstairs bedrooms boast stunning water views you’ll love waking up to each morning. Plus there’s a full basement and a large detached garage to store kayaks, bikes and other accessories for making the most of the outdoors.
The mature landscape provides plenty of privacy when using the waterside pool — a feature you’ll be hard pressed to find on the North Fork.
“It is a beautiful waterside pool,” Conant said. “It is between the house and the water and because of current setback restrictions it would not be allowed today.”
You don’t have to decide between a pool and beach day because this house has quick access to both. A bulkheaded bluff with stairs leads to 100-feet of private sandy beach and a community docking area.
This home is listed for $2M
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