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By Grace Cassidy - December 8, 2019

O’Mally’s Restaurant In Southold Goes Up For Sale, Asking $1.8M

O’Malley’s restaurant in Southold — which has been around since 1967 — has gone on the market and is asking $1.8 million. The iconic restaurant is located directly on County Road 48, making it a prime destination for both locals and travelers in search of a bite to eat. The property spans a sizeable 1.5 acres, making it a great opportunity for restaurateurs to expand. The listing even suggests that the property be used as a beer garden, something that the East End lacks as of right now and is increasingly popular in the restaurant industry. The County Road 48 location is just a half-mile from Southold’s Main Street, and about six miles west of Greenport. Town & Country real estate agents Nicholas Planamento and Hal Zwick represent the listing. [Town & Country]

Gorgeous Historical Italianate Home In Peconic Wants $1.75M

An absolutely stunning home in Peconic that’s perfect for the history lover has just come on the market for $1.75 million. Originally built in 1867, the Old King Farmhouse features many of the original details from its mid-19th century construction, including four working fireplaces, crown moldings, parquet floors, the staircase, and the curved bay window. The kitchen, however, is on the newer side, with stainless steel appliances — although, it does look like it needs to be brought up to date. Outside, residents will enjoy a heated saltwater pool, a vegetable garden, and privacy hedging. The compound also includes a barn and a studio cottage, both of which were restored and renovated in 2018. The studio cottage is legal and can house guests or tenants, and there are currently rental permits in place for both the cottage and the main house. Brown Harris Stevens agents Rachel Louise Rushforth-Worrell and Marianne Collins represent the listing. [Brown Harris Stevens]

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