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North Sea
Peaceful Waterfront
$22,000 July
  • August to Labor Day$27,000
  • Short Term$8,000
Transportation
Coast
Essentials
Price $22,000
Style Nantucket
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,200
Acreage .5
Year Built 1920
Key Features
Creek/Inletfront
Central Air
Furnished
Beach Rights
Breakfast Area
Corner Lot
Great Room
Outdoor Shower
Private Setting
Cable/Satellite
Water Access

A piece of heaven. This delightful waterfront home in one of the most extraordinary spots in the Hamptons is surrounded by Davis Creek, North Sea Harbor, and the Little Peconic Bay. Wake up to breathtaking views of the bay and nature preserve. A large, airy living and dining room with fireplace opens up onto the back deck and huge back yard for entertaining. The beautifully landscaped oversized lawn is screened by 12 foot hedges for privacy, and provides a wonderful setting for dining and lounging by the water. Canoe, kayak, stand up paddle or swim from your own backyard. Enjoy the secluded Towd Point Beach just a stroll up the road. Relax with a glass of wine and a book, taking in the beauty and bird watching as swans and snow egrets pass by. Central air conditioning is the final touch. Towd Point is peaceful, child-friendly and unpretentious...this is a special home in a special place!

Rental Rates
July $22,000
August to Labor Day $27,000
Short Term $8,000
Rental Availability
Rental Availability by month in 2018 Available Unavailable
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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.
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North Sea
Peaceful Waterfront
$22,000 July
  • August to Labor Day$27,000
  • Short Term$8,000
Essentials
Price $22,000
Style Nantucket
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,200
Acreage .5
Year Built 1920

A piece of heaven. This delightful waterfront home in one of the most extraordinary spots in the Hamptons is surrounded by Davis Creek, North Sea Harbor, and the Little Peconic Bay. Wake up to breathtaking views of the bay and nature preserve. A large, airy living and dining room with fireplace opens up onto the back deck and huge back yard for entertaining. The beautifully landscaped oversized lawn is screened by 12 foot hedges for privacy, and provides a wonderful setting for dining and lounging by the water. Canoe, kayak, stand up paddle or swim from your own backyard. Enjoy the secluded Towd Point Beach just a stroll up the road. Relax with a glass of wine and a book, taking in the beauty and bird watching as swans and snow egrets pass by. Central air conditioning is the final touch. Towd Point is peaceful, child-friendly and unpretentious...this is a special home in a special place!

Rental Rates
July $22,000
August to Labor Day $27,000
Short Term $8,000
Rental Availability
Rental Availability by month in 2018 Available Unavailable
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Creek/Inletfront
Central Air
Furnished
Beach Rights
Breakfast Area
Corner Lot
Great Room
Outdoor Shower
Private Setting
Cable/Satellite
Water Access
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