Orient Village Compound – $1,598,000
The Goods – Diamond condition Antique home with guest house, garage/studio and pool. Exquisitely restored and renovated 19th Century home, located on coveted King Street in Orient Village with open field views. Main house has gourmet kitchen, 2 fireplaces, original hardwood floors, master bedroom balcony, 4 season sunroom, rear entrance mud room with radiant heat and central air. Antique converted, restored barn is a guest house with 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and large common space. Gunite heated saltwater swimming pool with slate surround, separate garage/studio with heat, air conditioning and running water, a large deck with pergola, outdoor shower, potting station and more complete this unique compound.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Janet Markarian of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty says, “The exquisite condition, amenities, Gunite pool, established landscaped gardens and multiple work/living structures make this a unique opportunity. And given the location (walking distance to Orient Village, beaches and marinas) this property is an excellent value.”
Dive In And Escape To This Cutchogue Oasis! – $795,000
The Goods – This meticulously maintained home has a very artistic flare created through the use of color and landscaping. It is set up for entertaining with a beautiful backyard where the privacy has been planted to create an oasis around the pool. You can relax in the pool cabana or lay out on the deck or elevated patio.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Thomas McCloskey of Douglas Elliman Real Estate says, “There is nothing on the market that offers the mature landscaping, pool, cabana, privacy and great house in this price range.”
Waterfront Escape In Long Creek Estates – $799,000
The Goods – Mature landscaping welcomes visitors
to this beautiful waterfront home. The property is one acre with 180 feet of creek frontage which leads to Hashamomuck Pond. Ideal for paddle boarding, kayaking, and fishing. Warm light fills the home.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Carol Szynaka of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty says, “Centrally located between Peconic Bay and Long Island Sound to enjoy all the beaches Southold Town has to offer. Privacy and a big backyard to enjoy outdoor living…truly a great waterfront value. A private waterfront home in mint condition is often hard to find, especially at such a price.”
Utter Privacy In Downtown Southold – $733,000
The Goods – 19th century renovated Farmhouse on a large and lush property (1.35 acres) in the heart of Southold. Deeded beach at Founders & Town Creek Marina. Downstairs suite with sliders to deck; living room with fireplace, 2-car garage and outbuildings. Great care has been taken as a Certified Wildlife Habitat with native plants.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Jill Dunbar of Douglas Elliman Real Estate says, “It’s because of the ultimate privacy and deeded beach in a historic district. And it has multiple outbuildings.”
Southold Ranch – $435,000
The Goods – This is a large ranch with three to four bedrooms, two and a half baths, hardwood floors, inground pool and barn. Great possibilities and in the heart of Southold.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Kristen Rische of North Fork Real Estate Inc. says, “This one is a sleeper. A lot of house for the money and a chance to put your stamp on it!”
Vintage 1930’s North Fork Summer Cottage By The Beach – $399,000
The Goods – Here is an acre parcel in Laughing Water Beach/Marina community with an adorable seasonal cottage that is a bike ride to the beach or boat. The Laughing Water community features the North & South Marina and two sandy bay beaches and you can see with the outdoor shower, buoys on the shed and hammock under the trees, why this is a relaxed North Fork destination. It is quaint and charming while holding taxes under $3,000 a year.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Jerry Cibulski of Century 21 Albertson Realty says, “This is a conforming acre and allows for an expansion of this cottage to the home of your dreams with pool, pool house, and year-round home in the future or continue the summer traditions of opening the cottage every spring for summers filled with memories. Low taxes as a seasonal cottage or build your dream home in a beach/marina community without restrictive setbacks.”