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The Goods – Built for entertaining and set on over 19 acres in Cutchogue, with 490 feet of private beach. Incredible views. Featuring Har-tru tennis, indoor and outdoor pool, 6+ bedrooms, 8+ indoor and 7 outdoor bathrooms, indoor and outdoor commercial kitchens, elevator, and a separate building lot. Too many amenities to list.

Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Sheri Winter Clarry of The Corcoran Group says, “At the current listing price, you could not replicate this stellar homestead! Commercial quality kitchens, outside entertaining area that is comparable to a beach club, including 7 outdoor full bathrooms, a bar, pool, and tennis court! The list goes on and on!”


The Goods – Originally built in 1850 by Captain Libbeus Vincent King, for whom King Street is named, this New Suffolk classic has been completely renovated, reimagined and expanded by the current owner, a noted international designer. The home features every hi-end amenity. Open floorplan, with 3 master suites. Dramatic, light-filled great room with fireplace and soaring ceilings. Two master suites on main floor. Glamorous kitchen and bathrooms are magazine-worthy. Elegant, finished basement with cocktail corner, game lounge, and laundry. Detached garage with upstairs studio space.

Why it’s a good deal – “This masterfully-designed home is one-of-a-kind, offering generous indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces and numerous private spots to unwind and enjoy coastal living. Meticulously conceived, constructed with the highest quality materials, magnificent design, water views, great location, one block from sugar sand beach. It is truly a perfection,” say co-listing agents Victoria Germaise and Thomas McCloskey of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.


The Goods – Over an acre of land with a 12’ x 100’ dock on Mattituck Inlet, this lovely home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths including one in the first-floor master suite, an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings, and a huge stone wood-burning fireplace. A walk-out lower level is already plumbed for another full bath with both sliders and another exterior door – ready to finish off to double the living area.

Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Cheryl Schneider of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty says, “With panoramic inlet views, a deepwater dock, and a lovely, expandable home, you are high and dry in this beautiful location. Unbelievable value!”


The Goods – Perfect summer or year-round cottage escape tucked away near the mouth of Goose Creek. Situated on a 1/4 acre, enjoy your summer nights overlooking your own boat and 120 feet of bulkheaded water frontage from your waterside deck. Privacy abounds in this secluded community, leaving only the sounds of nature! Direct bay access is minutes away!

Why it’s a good deal – Listing broker Thomas J. McCarthy of Thomas J. McCarthy Real Estate, Inc. says, “Our Sun Lane listing has everything that you need and nothing that you don’t! It should be viewed not just as a small house – but consider it to be a large boat! With full bulkheading and direct access to the bay and points beyond. This is the sharpest priced waterfront in town that offers bay access!”


The Goods – Greenport Village 1920s bungalow dream home with in-ground salt water pool in desirable West Dublin area. Open living/dining area with fireplace. Hardwood floors, central air conditioning. Large deck overlooking in-ground pool. Bay beach at the end of the street. NYC transportation, village shops and restaurants, waterfront park and marina.

Why it’s a good deal – “It is rare to find a Greenport Village antique home for sale that doesn’t require a construction crew to bring it up to date,” says listing agent Paul Loeb of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “This home is in great condition with nothing for the buyer to do but enjoy. It is hard to get a pool on the smaller lot sizes in Greenport Village, if you can get one at all, and with this one the pool is in place and ready for you to enjoy.”


The Goods – Relax by a fire pit, looking out over the backyard to Long Creek, as you sip a glass of wine and feel the serenity of life on the water. This 3 bedroom waterfront cottage has all of its original 1930s charm yet offers recently renovated kitchen and bathrooms with a bright modern feel. Beaches, marina, LIRR, Love Lane and downtown Mattituck all close by. Bring your kayaks and paddle boards and leave the stress behind. This is a perfect getaway on the North Fork.

Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Donielle Cardinale of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty says, “What a find to get a waterfront home on the North Fork that is all ready for you to move right in with proximity to both town and water at $649,000.”