10245 Nassau Point Road
Nassau Point Bayfront Jewel Cutchogue
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,500
- Year Built1943
- Beach rights
- Breakfast area
- Eat-in kitchen
- Laundry room
- Outdoor shower
- Water access
Nassau Point - North Fork - Waterfront - Own a piece of Long Island History with this original home in Nassau Point designed by architect William Mushenheim. Nationally renowned for his designs, Mushenheim is credited with creating the fa'ade for the New School for Social Research in Greenwich Village, the Guggenheim Museum, alterations to the Hotel Astor, and the design of the Marine Transportation Building at the 1939 World's Fair. This 1940s bay front home was the residence of Alistair Cooke, best known for his radio commentary, Letter from America, the longest-running show in broadcasting history, which was broadcast weekly from 1946 until February, 2004. He was also the host of television's Masterpiece Theatre for over 20 years. His home was one of the first modern-style homes built on Long Island. Situated on 1.4 acres at the very southern tip of Nassau Point in Cutchogue, this home sits on a dramatic bluff overlooking serene Peconic Bay. With 5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, there's plenty of room for the entire family! Soak in the sights and sounds of nature from the private screened-in porch. Entertain friends for a long summer weekend in this separate guest studio with 1/2 bath. Panoramic views of the Peconic Bay, Jessups Neck and the Hamptons bring to mind lazy afternoons in the South of France. History, privacy, and a dramatic location make this Nassau Point property a spectacular find! Featuring 248' of waterfront with a 2 year old bulkhead. There is a Virtual Tour available on this listing. Just click on the virtual tour link to preview. Soak in the sights and sounds of nature from the private screened-in porch. Entertain friends for a long summer weekend in this separate guest studio with 1/2 bath. Panoramic views of the Peconic Bay, Jessups Neck and the Hamptons bring to mind lazy afternoons in the South of France. History, privacy, and a dramatic location make this Nassau Point property a spec
It is perfectly understandable if you feel like you are in France's Bordeaux wine region rather than the East End when you drive past the villages and hamlets on the North Fork.
The biggest crop of this traditionally agricultural hamlet is grapes. In fact, nine of the North Fork's 30 wineries are located in Cutchogue. But the main case is more than 12 bottles of wine. It's the open spaces that the vineyards provide. The verdant vistas, with row after row of grape vines, ensure an uncluttered horizon that is an amenity in other areas.