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Essentials
Price $999,000
Style Post Modern
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,800
Acreage .92
Year Built 1980
Key Features
Bay View
Heated Pool
Tennis
Central Air
Beach Rights
Bonus Room
Breakfast Area
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Lot With Trees
Media Room
Outdoor Shower
Private Setting
Sprinkler System
Water Access

Totally renovated 3 bedroom, 3 bath post-modern on a beautifully and creatively landscaped shy acre. Redone in 2005, the house offers a generous foyer, a light-filled double height living room with fireplace, a first floor master with on suite bath and outdoor shower deck, a large dining area off of the kitchen, a laundry area and an additional full bath complete the main floor. Upstairs has two bedroom, a full bath and a second floor living loft. The finished lower level has a large media room, and office/gym and plenty of storage. Just outside the first floor rooms is an expansive mahogany deck with multiple seating areas overlooking the heated pool and brick terrace, all providing ample room for entertaining and outdoor living. Additionally there are several garden rooms with lots of seating, koi pond and a hammock offering places to entertain, overlook the Peconic or just plain chill. The property is a perfect blend of easy living, convenient location, magical setting and proximity to big water.

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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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This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $999,000
Style Post Modern
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,800
Acreage .92
Year Built 1980

Totally renovated 3 bedroom, 3 bath post-modern on a beautifully and creatively landscaped shy acre. Redone in 2005, the house offers a generous foyer, a light-filled double height living room with fireplace, a first floor master with on suite bath and outdoor shower deck, a large dining area off of the kitchen, a laundry area and an additional full bath complete the main floor. Upstairs has two bedroom, a full bath and a second floor living loft. The finished lower level has a large media room, and office/gym and plenty of storage. Just outside the first floor rooms is an expansive mahogany deck with multiple seating areas overlooking the heated pool and brick terrace, all providing ample room for entertaining and outdoor living. Additionally there are several garden rooms with lots of seating, koi pond and a hammock offering places to entertain, overlook the Peconic or just plain chill. The property is a perfect blend of easy living, convenient location, magical setting and proximity to big water.

Bay View
Heated Pool
Tennis
Central Air
Beach Rights
Bonus Room
Breakfast Area
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Lot With Trees
Media Room
Outdoor Shower
Private Setting
Sprinkler System
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
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