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180-degree water views? Check. Five bedrooms plus a private guest quarters? Check. Hot tub, pool, and private sandy beach? Triple check. This New Suffolk cape-style home simply has it all.

“One of the best features of this home has to be the views. The views of Robins Island and beyond is totally unobstructed and incredibly breathtaking. This home was designed to showcase the water from every angle possible,” said listing agent Alison Mackenzie of Mackenzie Realty.

But the views aren’t the only reason why this home has landed a spot in our Dream Home series. Every element of this 6,000 square foot, five-bedroom, six-bathroom home has been well-thought-out.

The home’s details include a spiral staircase designed by an engineer to maximize the entryway, four zones of heating and cooling for control, a hidden television in the kitchen controlled by remote, and a detached six-car garage with a private upstairs guest suite. 

“Walking into this home immediately feels like an oasis away from the real world. And although it’s a beautiful custom-build with high-end appliances, it does not feel stuffy at all,” added Mackenzie.  

On the first floor of the main house, you’ll find an open-concept custom-kitchen with high-end appliances, a dining room, a private office, an open living room with a gas fireplace, and a bathroom. Upstairs, on the second floor, there are four bedrooms each with an en-suite bathroom. 

The fully finished lower level which was designed for entertaining has a billiard-feel with a bar and pool table and walks out directly onto the home’s patio. There is a “caterer” kitchen, bedroom and bathroom located on the lower level as well. 

Outside, the property includes a patio, hot tub, expansive lawn overlooking the bay, private sandy beach, an outdoor shower, and a fenced-in heated pool. 

If all of that isn’t enough, the property’s location is also prime. 

“The home is located in the quintessential beach town hamlet of New Suffolk. It is one of the most desirable neighborhoods on the North Fork. People drive to New Suffolk just to park their cars and walk around, swim, and bike. It is a small, quiet community with restaurants, shops, and beautiful homes perfect for active lifestyles,” Mackenzie said. 

Watching the New Suffolk Wednesday night sailboat races around Robin’s Island from the lush yard of this home would be the stuff summer evening dreams are made of. 

It is listed at $7,600,000.

See the full listing here