Best Deals On The North Fork
Rare Approved Subdivision – $1,599,000
The Goods – Close to Arshamomaque Pond Preserve are 5 buildable lots on a quiet cul-de-sac, with public water and electricity. Three lots are .61 acre, one is .82 acre, and the fifth lot is 10.49 acres including preserved open space and deeded access to a nature path for all 5 lots to enjoy. Convenient to Greenport Village and beaches.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Marianne Collins of Brown Harris Stevens says, “It’s so rare to find an approved subdivision in Southold Town. This one is on a quiet country road and adjacent to Arshamomaque Pond. For someone who wants to create a compound, build, or hold for investment it’s ideal: five buildable lots plus acres of preserved natural open space.”
Stylish Creek Front Retreat – $865,000
The Goods – Situated on Jockey Creek with direct access to Peconic Bay, your chance to own a waterfront home in the Calves Neck area of Southold has arrived. Spend days paddle boarding or boating from your private dock, then enjoy a sun-drenched outdoor shower. The home’s open living space leads to a new Brazilian hardwood deck with glass railing, perfect for summer entertaining. Winters spent in front of the large wood-burning fireplace are just as delightful. Close to the Jitney stop, village shops and restaurants, beaches and vineyards, this location has it all.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Jennifer Place of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty says, “While inventory remains low, particularly waterfront, this property stands out as a great value. The home underwent a no-expense-spared exterior renovation in 2015. It is in a prime location and is truly a move-in ready gem.”
1940 New York World’s Fair Hunting Lodge Moves to Laurel Lake – $769,999
The Goods – Pristine 140 feet of lake frontage with 70-foot dock with fresh water lilies, fishing and more in your backyard. Following the meandering road through the woods you will discover this clearing with a 2 bedroom, 2 bath retreat with Tiki bar and more. Updated with oil hot air heat and air conditioning, you have year-round amenities on a tranquil lakefront retreat.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing Agent Jerry Cibulski of Century 21 Albertson Realty says, “Beverwyck Brewing Company commissioned an authentic hunting lodge as the pavilion for the 1940 World’s Fair complete with stone fireplace, sleeping bunks and souvenirs for attendees to add a positive message during the Great Depression. The lodge was purchased and moved to a clearing down along a wooded lot overlooking Laurel Lake. Lovingly maintained and renovated over the years, the lodge maintains its personality and style combined with modern amenities. Here is a rare opportunity to live the peaceful lake lifestyle without the honey do list of weekend repairs.”
Stunning Sound Views for the Modernist – $1,139,000
The Goods – Light, space and shape interact to embrace the views and bring the outdoors in from virtually every room in this beautiful shore front residence. Both first and second floor master suites offer options for living, with an additional 3 bedrooms. Terraced decking accented with mature specimen trees lead to a beautifully landscaped in-ground pool, meeting the walkout lower level with family room and bath to serve your entertainment dreams. A feast for the eyes and senses.
Why it’s a good deal – “Contemporary homes seem to be trending right now with a lot of buyers looking for this style home, but there just isn’t a lot of available inventory,” says listing agent Denice Lara of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “The location makes it especially attractive – it’s only about a 10 minute drive from the LIE – so it’s easy to access either the North or South Fork from Baiting Hollow. The setting is secluded and the views from this home are like no other. There’s even a shade-covered path down to the beach.”
Cutchogue Colonial – $499,000
The Goods – This spacious colonial style home is located on a quiet and tree-lined Cutchogue street. Large living and dining space, warm cozy den, oversized country kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and garage. Situated on a private and intimate .54 acre setting with rear deck and room for a pool.
Why it’s a good deal – “This home is located across the street from East Creek where surrounding homes are demanding much higher prices. This lovely home is currently the best valued home in Cutchogue!” says listing agent Sheila Izzo of North Fork Real Estate Inc.
Old Mill Inn – $975,000
The Goods – This waterfront restaurant is a gem with a chic vibe, yet tons of history attached! It is a true North Fork destination with over 200 feet of waterfront. Arrive by land or sea and experience the allure of this captivating location. Priced to sell, this opportunity won’t last! Let your vision unfold.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Sheri Winter Clarry of The Corcoran Group says, “This is the best deal on the entire North Fork right now! Whether you want to run it as a business or use for something more, this location is amazing. The price and the opportunity can’t be beat!”