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North Fork Roundup

Stylish 19th Century Shingled Home On Shelter Island Is Yours For $1.8M

The turnkey and beautifully-decorated home at 69 North Cartwright Road on Shelter Island could be your North Fork retreat for $1,795,000. The beautiful home was originally built in 1863 and has since been renovated and brought into the 21st century, but still maintains some of those original 19th-century details. Features of the three-bed, two-bath house include smart home technology, an open floor plan, and an eat-in kitchen with a fireplace. Outside, new homeowners will enjoy an outdoor kitchen, a wood-burning oven, and a pool house designed by Sarah Zames, who drew inspiration from Japanese tea houses. According to Zillow, the property last sold in 2010 for $800,000. Brown Harris Stevens agents Rachel Louise Rushforth-Worrell and George Fontanals represent the listing. [Brown Harris Stevens]

Fixer-Upper In Orient Looking For A Renovation, Asking $1.5M

Originally built in 1918, this century-old cottage in Orient is looking for someone to restore it to its original glory. Standing 1,800 square feet in size, the home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, bay views from the front porch, a fireplace in the living room, and outside, a two-car garage. Sited on 0.3 acres of land, the plot isn’t very big, but there would definitely be room to expand. If the right buyer renovates the home and brings it into the 21st century, this house could be absolutely stunning. Located at 675 Skippers Lane, residents will be about 4 miles west of the Orient Point Ferry, and about 6 miles east of Greenport village shops and restaurants. Daniel Gale agent Janet Markarian represents the listing. [Daniel Gale]