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.
With a rich and fascinating history, the North Fork has no shortage of historic homes. These homes on the market give potential buyers the chance to own a small piece of local history and embrace a beautifully crafted home while starting a new chapter of their own story.
Vintage details meet modern luxury in Laurel
Step back in time with the Reeve-McNulty house, which dates to the 1840s and is full of historic appeal The renovated four-bedroom/two-bathroom farmhouse has a stunning chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry and tall windows throughout the home that allow light to pour in. An outbuilding on the property would make a great workshop or studio — and it’s close to a bay beach.
Quintissential North Fork charm in Southold
Built in 1890, this thoughtfully renovated home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a charming enclosed porch and sprawling backyard. Designed for both indoor and outdoor entertaining, the home is close to Founders Landing, dining and shopping in the heart of Southold.
Charming Orient farmhouse
Believed to date back to 1850, this home in the heart of Orient was recently gutted to address structural upgrades that include a new cedar shake roof. Original wide-plank flooring can be found on the second floor and plans for a three-bedroom/two-bathroom home are included with the sale. It’s listed for $1,225,000 by Janet Markarian of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.