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This exceptional beachfront Peconic cottage offers a rare chance to own a piece of North Fork history.
The circa 1920s home was once a cornerstone of the Peconic Art Colony, a group of local artists whose members drew inspiration from the North Fork’s natural beauty. The artists group included the likes of Henry and Edith Mitchell Prellwitz along with others who made “significant contributions to the cultural heritage of the United States,” according to a 1995 New York Times article.
Situated on just shy of an acre overlooking the Little Peconic Bay, it’s easy to see how the views served as their endless muse. (more…)