While summer may have unofficially come to an end no rule says you can’t enjoy the waters that surround us well into October.
This week’s Dream Home, nestled on an inlet off Peconic Bay in South Jamesport, provides direct water access with over 400 feet of creek frontage.
“The cottage has the potential to be a place where family convenes to enjoy the water, boating, and other waterside activities not only in the summertime but year-round. It’s the perfect location for a peaceful and serene waterside setting,” said listing agent Nancy Cervelli of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.
The property consists of 1.12 acres, a dock, and a bulkhead and is adjacent to a stretch of sandy bay beach as well and tennis and basketball courts. But it’s the original outbuilding–an old “clam shack” with water and electricity for preparing your bounty that makes this property extraordinary.
“The residence has four bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The original cottage was built around 1919. Over the years the footprint was expanded, and a second story was added. The light and bright second-story great room is a focal point of the home with a sliding door that opens to the waterside deck, perfect for entertaining,” added Cervelli.
Located in the bayside community of South Jamesport, the area holds true North Fork authenticity with miles of country road, farm stands, and of course, a quaint beachy feel.
It is listed at $1,100,000.
See the complete listing here.