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Wondering what your budget can get you on the red-hot North Fork real estate market? We’re here to help, home buyers. In our biweekly column, we spotlight homes for sale in hamlets across the North Fork at various price points.

It’s that time of year when we love to take a trip down by the water and dream of spending an eternity near the waterfront. There’s two communities, in particular, that we often fantasize about each summer: New Suffolk and Nassau Point.

Both are quiet, close-knit communities surrounded by the Peconic Bay.

New Suffolk boasts a downtown with a pair of restaurants. Both offer quick access to a public beach.

These are highly desirable communities with just a handful of homes currently on the market.

Here they are:

The most affordable of the bunch is this four-bedroom Nassau Point home, which recently dropped below $1 million down to $899,999. It boasts lots of natural light and an open floor plan. It comes with rights to all Nassau Point private beaches. It’s listed by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s.

If you’re wondering what $1 million gets you on Nassau Point, then this is the four-bedroom house to look at. It boasts a full basement and two-car garage, but perhaps its best attribute is the 20×40 saltwater pool out back. It also comes with access to private beaches and is listed at $995,000 by Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

A boater’s paradise is being offered in Nassau Point in a great location Broadwater Cove. This home has a private dock and is situated close to the causeway and Causeway Beach. It boasts two master en suites and a wraparound waterfront deck. It’s listed at $1,999,999 by Corcoran.

This is 1st Street house is a stunner on the water in New Suffolk. Endless water views, a deck you’ll never want to leave, complete with an outdoor shower. This five-year-old home is sometimes referred to as “The Houseboat,” and you just have to take one look to see why. It’s listed at $2,295,000 by Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

This Cape has its own private beach overlooking Robins Island Cove. It was designed to showcase the bay from literally every room. It also has great features for entertaining, such as a pool and a billiards room with a bar. It is listed at $6,895,000 by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s.