Take one look around this Cutchogue property and it’s not hard to see how it earned the nickname “Bridges to Bliss.”
Tucked away on 1.7 acres of the Peconic Bay, the highlight of this home is the wooden bridge that crosses over into paradise.
“This property is unique in so many ways,” said Carol Szynaka, listing agent at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International. “It provides a lot of privacy surrounded by a natural landscape.”
The bridge leads to an escape of 245 feet of sandy bay beach. Even more, there’s lush wetlands and a protected deepwater dock to accommodate a sizable boat, according to Szynaka, making it the perfect getaway.
Also located on 1,085 feet of waterfront on Wunneweta Pond, the 4,000 square foot Nantucket-style beach house blends seamlessly and lends quick access to the bay.
“It’s ideally located overlooking Robins Island with natural sunlight all day and stunning southwest sunsets over the Peconic Bay,” said fellow listing agent Mariah Mills.
Built around 1920, the six-bedroom, five-bathroom home has been newly renovated, according to Mills.
“This property is for the most discerning buyer who is looking to purchase a move-in ready second home,” Szynaka said.
The first floor has a roomy eat-in kitchen with two sets of double doors leading to relaxation on the patio. There’s also a comfy sunroom and a great room with a wood-burning fireplace, both with dazzling water views. A sun-filled master bedroom is also part of the first floor.
The second floor is where you’ll find a homey fisherman’s cottage complete with a loft, bedroom and living room. You’ll also find another inviting master bedroom, bathroom and bedroom.
The possibilities for this private, pristine site are endless, perfect for entertaining and complete with everything homeowners need for fun-filled or lazy summer days.
“Here you can leave all your worries behind,” Mills said.
The home is listed at $4,500,000.