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By Grace Cassidy - December 13, 2019

Pondfront Greenport Home Sells For $1.1M

The waterfront Greenport home at 910 Maple Lane has sold and closed for $1.1 million after just a month available for sale. According to the Zillow price history, the home went on the market for the $1.1 million asking price at the end of August, and by the end of September the listing was removed. Built in 1976, the home stands 2,600 square feet on 0.3 acres of land and includes four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. New homeowners will also enjoy the bulkheaded water frontage on Gull Pond, offering water views throughout the home. Other features include a dockside great room, a gas fireplace, a recently renovated kitchen, and a loft. The property is part of a private beach community, and there’s space to store a 60-foot boat. Kim West from Corcoran Group represented the listing. [Corcoran]

19th Century Greenport Fixer Upper Wants $699K

For those looking to take on a project, this incredible fixer upper with loads of potential in Greenport is asking $699,000 – a real deal! Located at 711 Main Street, the house is right in the village, located near village shops and restaurants. The exterior of the house could use a facelift, but the interiors offer a stunning blank canvas — there are hardwood floors throughout, a sunny living room with bay windows, stained glass windows, a fireplace, an eat-in kitchen, and a master suite on the second floor. The kitchen definitely needs work, but we’re thinking that the wall could be knocked down to make room for a wide open floor plan. Originally built in 1895, the house is the perfect project for a history lover who wants to maintain the Queen Anne style so popular in Greenport village. Daniel Gale agent Mariah Mills represents the listing. [Daniel Gale]

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