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65 Hidden Cove Court 'flower Cottage' Sign

Per Month $85,000

This home has been rented

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Essentials
Price $85,000
Style cottage
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Stories 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,000
Acreage 1.2
Year Built 2008
Key Features
Bayfront
Central Air
Electric Heat
Furnished
Beach Rights
Breakfast Area
Finished Basement
Cable/Satellite

With access to private Peconic Bay beach and fabulous sunsets and waterviews from its large waterside deck and large terrace, this very private 2 bedroom cottage is the ideal summer getaway. As featured in "Coastal Living Magazine"

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North Sea
The English first walked on New York soil in 1640, when they disembarked at what is now North Sea.
North Sea is surrounded by the gorgeous and fully developed villages of Southampton and Sag Harbor. Although our English forefathers would find none of this recognizable, they would have no trouble finding exactly where they landed. It is still called Conscience Point, as it was then, and this historic spot is commemorated by a 20-ton boulder bearing a plaque that honors the landing. Now a habitat for maritime grasslands and a sanctuary for migratory songbirds, the point is located in a 60 acre National Wildlife Refuge.
Explore North Sea

This home has been rented

65 Hidden Cove Court 'flower Cottage' Sign
Essentials
Price $85,000
Style cottage
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Stories 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,000
Acreage 1.2
Year Built 2008

With access to private Peconic Bay beach and fabulous sunsets and waterviews from its large waterside deck and large terrace, this very private 2 bedroom cottage is the ideal summer getaway. As featured in "Coastal Living Magazine"

Bayfront
Central Air
Electric Heat
Furnished
Beach Rights
Breakfast Area
Finished Basement
Cable/Satellite
North Sea
The English first walked on New York soil in 1640, when they disembarked at what is now North Sea.
North Sea is surrounded by the gorgeous and fully developed villages of Southampton and Sag Harbor. Although our English forefathers would find none of this recognizable, they would have no trouble finding exactly where they landed. It is still called Conscience Point, as it was then, and this historic spot is commemorated by a 20-ton boulder bearing a plaque that honors the landing. Now a habitat for maritime grasslands and a sanctuary for migratory songbirds, the point is located in a 60 acre National Wildlife Refuge.
Explore North Sea
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Coast