33 Peconic Avenue

Enjoy Shelter Island Breezes All Summer

4 BEDS | 2 BATHS | raised-ranch | for Rent

WEB ID: 860360
  • 4 BEDS
  • 2 BATHS
  • 1688 APPROX. SQFT
  • 0.60 ACREAGE
  • BUILT 1973

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About 33 Peconic Avenue

This lovely updated 4 bedroom 2 bath home has many ways to enjoy outside summer living. Walk to private beach for a morning of sun, take a dip in the heated pool or escape to the wraparound deck for evening dining. Silver Beach Location.

key features
  • Fireplace
  • Waterfront
  • Central air
  • Garage
  • Cable/satellite
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Get to know Shelter Island

Shelter Island is an enchanting place made more so by its singularly notable position: Located between the North Fork and South Fork of Long Island, the beloved land mass looks out on Shelter Island Sound on its north, west, and south sides. Gardiners Bay (which spills into the Atlantic Ocean) laps at its eastern shore. The 27-square-mile island, which can be accessed by ferry in less than 10 minutes from both the North Fork and the South Fork, is marshy — a heaven for bird-watchers — and is noted for beautiful light and turquoise waters. It is also rich in history, from its earliest days as part of the Plymouth Company land grant in 1620. Today, Shelter Island is a premier destination for idyllic summering, as its irregular coastline translates into several natural harbors, bays, and wetlands that some of the most impressive properties have commandeered.

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