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If you’ve ever dreamed of your own adorable seaside compound in one of the most coveted North Fork beach communities, this New Suffolk property is just what you’ve been looking for.

Set on .28 acres, the beachy property includes a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom main house and three separate seasonal cottages.

“The beautifully landscaped property is just steps from New Suffolk Beach, multiple restaurants and has all the charm you’d expect in New Suffolk,” said Bridget Elkin, listing agent at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International.

This summertime dream is located within the New Suffolk business hamlet and a mere .02 miles from a sandy bay beach. It has the versatility to be enjoyed as a residential property with guest homes, or homeowners have the option to use their imagination and tap into the great income potential, Elkin said.

“The home is contemporary, with high vaulted ceilings and plenty of glass designed to bring in sunlight and water views,” Elkin said. “Like the main house, the cottages all feature a porch bordering the courtyard; they are charming but well-appointed, perfectly in the character of the surrounding neighborhood.”

Two of the cottages come with a charming two bedrooms, kitchen, living room and bathroom. The third has a quaint kitchen, living room and bath.

Located less than two miles from a Hampton Jitney stop, this lovable compound is perfectly located to do summers on the North Fork right and take advantage of everything it has to offer.

“This property will appeal to buyers wanting to create the ultimate family compound,” Elkin said. “Four separate structures allow everyone to enjoy a bit of privacy and quiet as needed.”

Alternatively, renters may find this New Suffolk getaway just as fun as homeowners, according to Elkin, adding that golf courses, wineries, restaurants and the beach are all minutes away.

History buffs may be pleased to learn the cottages also have some history behind them. They were originally used as army barracks in Orient during World War II, according to Elkin, where soldiers were stationed to keep watch for German submarines in the Sound. They were relocated to the New Suffolk property in the late ’40s with the house being built a few decades later in 1970.

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