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 This reimagined bungalow on the bay offers laid-back waterfront living in the hamlet of Jamesport. 

The nuts and bolts

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.66 acres

1,571 square feet

3 bedrooms

3 bathrooms

House proud

Light-filled and airy, this home offers direct access to 100 feet of private waterfront on the Peconic Bay with expansive views over the water. Originally built in 1930 and modified over the years, the home has been updated within the past two years, including a complete renovation of the kitchen and bathrooms, yet still retains its comfy beach-side bungalow vibe.

What’s the plan?

This entry to this one-story home opens into a dining/kitchen and living room of nearly 500 combined square feet and featuring high ceilings. The living room offers access to the 147-square-foot step-down sunroom facing the water. Sliding doors from the dining room lead to the backyard deck, offering a natural expansion for outdoor dining. All three bedrooms are in a separate side wing, with the primary ensuite bedroom (238 square feet including a generous entry way) having water views. The other two bedrooms share a hallway bathroom and a second full bathroom is at the front of the house. 

What’s cooking?

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The kitchen has been newly renovated with subway tiled walls, Shaker-style cabinetry topped with Quartz countertops. The stainless-steel appliances are LG and Bosch. The center island seats two. A full bathroom and washer/dryer are just off the kitchen. 

What else?

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The common rooms have high cathedral ceilings and the light pours in through multiple skylights, large windows and sliding doors to the deck. The hardwood floors have been refinished throughout. 

Amenities and more

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Wood burning fireplace

Enclosed, heated sun porch

Oversized two-car garage

One cool thing (or two) 

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Unique to this offering is an additional opportunity, separately negotiated, to customize select improvements such as expanding the deck or sunroom or obtaining permits for a pool and pool house, or to simply provide the sellers with a “wish list punch list” says Susan Orioli, the Engel & Volkers North Fork agent representing the property.  


Agent’s callout 

“This property features meticulously designed specimen-tree landscaping that adds a touch of natural beauty to the property,” Orioli says. “Expertly chosen and strategically placed, [they] create a serene and picturesque environment, offering both privacy and tranquility.”

Location, location, location

The home is 1.4 miles from the village of Jamesport, a hamlet of about 1,600 residents that was first settled in the 1690s. Its meeting house, built in 1731, is the oldest operating church structure. It became a popular waterfront resort area with the establishment of local train service between New York City and the town. Nearby attractions include South Jamesport Park and Beach, the latter having new tennis and pickleball courts. Route 25/Main Road, which runs through the village, leads into North Fork wine country.


The home at 105 Lockitt Drive lists for $2,800,000 and the details can be seen here