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375 Beechwood Road

$2,400,000

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Essentials
Price $2,400,000
Style Nantucket
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,800
Acreage .73
Year Built 1992
Key Features
Bayfront
Central Air
Beach Rights
Office
Water Access

Pristine Bayfront home in Cutchogue rests on 3/4 of an acre with sugar sand beach and 180 degrees of waterviews. This beauty features 4 bedrooms with wall mounted flat screen T.V.'s and surround sound, 3 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces with one in the master suite and an incredible gourmet kitchen with professional Garland Stove. Recently updated with a modern state of the art heating/AC system. Open the door and fall in love...Exclusive.

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Cutchogue
Living in Cutchogue
Along the eastern end of Long Island in Southold, Cutchogue is a hamlet in Suffolk County. Cutchogue is bordered by New Suffolk to the south, Mattituck to the west and Peconic to the east. It's a part of the Long Island American Viticultural Area (AVA), with numerous wineries and tasting rooms throughout the region.
Explore Cutchogue

This home has been sold

375 Beechwood Road
Essentials
Price $2,400,000
Style Nantucket
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,800
Acreage .73
Year Built 1992

Pristine Bayfront home in Cutchogue rests on 3/4 of an acre with sugar sand beach and 180 degrees of waterviews. This beauty features 4 bedrooms with wall mounted flat screen T.V.'s and surround sound, 3 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces with one in the master suite and an incredible gourmet kitchen with professional Garland Stove. Recently updated with a modern state of the art heating/AC system. Open the door and fall in love...Exclusive.

Bayfront
Central Air
Beach Rights
Office
Water Access
Cutchogue
Living in Cutchogue
Along the eastern end of Long Island in Southold, Cutchogue is a hamlet in Suffolk County. Cutchogue is bordered by New Suffolk to the south, Mattituck to the west and Peconic to the east. It's a part of the Long Island American Viticultural Area (AVA), with numerous wineries and tasting rooms throughout the region.
Explore Cutchogue
Transportation
Coast On Coast