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Situated on Richmond Creek, this four-bedroom, two bathroom home in Peconic abounds with dreamy aspects that will appeal to wine and water lovers on the North Fork.
“Every room from the first floor has panoramic views of Richmond Creek and the open concept floor plan allows you to take in the views while walking throughout the house,” said listing agent Alexander Aquino of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
The 2,243 sq. ft. layout is ideal, Aquino said, in that the kitchen, which has a large center island and sitting area, gives ample space to entertain guests while still having plenty of space to move around while preparing a meal. A two-sided fireplace for the living room and first-floor master bedroom makes life in this traditional home feel even cozier.
The kitchen gives way directly to the bright dining room, which has plenty of windows and sliding glass doors that pour in light and lead out to an expansive rear deck. The master bedroom, which includes an ensuite bathroom, as well as the living room with its soaring ceiling, give access to the deck, allowing for knockout views of the creek at all times.
“While the sunsets are nice, the sunrise from this home and the surrounding homes on Richmond Creek, especially when there is little to no wind, are stunning,” Aquino said. “The reflection of the trees, the orange and red color of the sun and white clouds reflect like a mirror across the shimmering flat glass of water.”
Below, wine connoisseurs will be thrilled by the custom-made wine cellar, with the capacity to hold their expansive collection of up to 4,000 bottles. Homeowners can share a bottle with their guests, who will be happily settled into their separate guest quarters.
In the rear of this home’s .61 acre lot, steps lead down from the gorgeous deck to the lawn and floating dock, perfect for lovers of boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing and everything in between.
“The expanse of Richmond Creek makes it feel more like looking out over a bay yet offers the protection during storms that a creek provides,” Aquino said.
Peconic’s central location on the North Fork makes trips from this home to Greenport Village or Love Lane in Mattituck all relatively short, according to Aquino. Located down a private road, it’s also a mere half-mile from the sandy bay beach at the end of Indian Neck Road.
“The ideal buyer for this home is someone that is looking for a private, peaceful and quiet location but also enjoys being able to watch nature throughout the changing seasons,” he said.
The home is listed at $1,395,000.