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This Laurel compound is a treasure on the North Fork. The pristinely manicured .75-acre waterfront property boasts not one, but two beautifully renovated homes with sensational views and seaside charm.
“To have a two-for-one property on the Peconic Bay is extremely rare and special,” said realtor Laurie Daly of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “It is a great rental opportunity or a space for extended family and guests to stay. There is enough property in between both homes that each feels separate and private.”
The traditional style main home overlooks the Peconic Bay, which can be enjoyed from the spacious enclosed porch.
“The enclosed porch has expansive water views and can fit 10 people for dinner,” Daly said.
Constructed in the early 1900s, the main house retains its historic charm with original architectural details, such as wainscot doors and old-fashioned finishes. A true beach cottage, natural light and wood floors warm the space. The first floor features a cozy kitchen, open living spaces and three bedrooms while two additional bedrooms can be found upstairs.
“It has been well taken care of and renovated,” Daly said. “The property has style and a feeling of simplicity from an era gone by.”
The second home is colonial style, also built in the early 1900s, with three bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths. The open floor plan boasts spacious living areas and a full kitchen, but the highlight is the large upstairs deck that stretches from the master suite, providing water views.
The property also comes complete with private beach access, a new bulkhead and two outdoor showers. And there’s room for a pool.
“You get a lot for the price,” Daly said.
This home is listed at $2,495,000
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