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6925 Nassau Point Rd

$1,225,000

This home has been sold

Transportation
Coast On Coast
Essentials
Price $1,225,000
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2.5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,760
Acreage .8
Year Built 1920
Key Features
Bayfront
Pool
Central Air
Beach Rights
Eat-In Kitchen
Formal Dining Room
Loft
Outdoor Shower
Pool/Guest House
Water Access

Cutchogue. Located in prestigious Nassau Point perched high atop Little Peconic Bay. This waterfront retreat features the most spectacular sunrises, 100' of sugar sand beach, in-ground pool, main house with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a pool house. Let your vision unfold for this charming homestead. Close to North Fork award winning vineyards, renowned restaurants and farm stands.

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

6925 Nassau Point Rd
Essentials
Price $1,225,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $3
$Cutchogue
% down $None
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2.5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,760
Acreage .8
Year Built 1920

Cutchogue. Located in prestigious Nassau Point perched high atop Little Peconic Bay. This waterfront retreat features the most spectacular sunrises, 100' of sugar sand beach, in-ground pool, main house with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a pool house. Let your vision unfold for this charming homestead. Close to North Fork award winning vineyards, renowned restaurants and farm stands.

Bayfront
Pool
Central Air
Beach Rights
Eat-In Kitchen
Formal Dining Room
Loft
Outdoor Shower
Pool/Guest House
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