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$3,999,995

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Transportation
Coast On Coast
Essentials
Price $3,999,995
Style traditional
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,415
Acreage .85
Year Built 1996
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Bayfront
Pool
Heated Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Den
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Office

Boat Lovers Paradise! Stately traditional on the open bay offers endless bayviews, luxurious and spacious accomodations, and tranquility. With a dock for your boat, bulkheading, and a bayside pool, this beautiful showcase embodies the nostalgic feeling and custom craftsmanship of eras past while embracing modern technologies and amenities of today. The epitome of Hamptons living.

Remsenburg
Once upon a time Remsenburg, located due south of Speonk, used to be part of Speonk.
In 1895 the feisty residents of this nub of land on Moriches Bay decided to name this area Remsenburg, in recognition of prominent resident Charles Remsen. To this day, Remsenburg still has lots of spunk. Home to British humorist P.G. Wodehouse, who created the immortal Jeeves, Remsenburgers take delight in living in a Non Hampton: out with glitter and glitz, in with getting into your own groove.
Explore Remsenburg

Reduced price

Essentials
Price $3,999,995
Style traditional
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,415
Acreage .85
Year Built 1996

Boat Lovers Paradise! Stately traditional on the open bay offers endless bayviews, luxurious and spacious accomodations, and tranquility. With a dock for your boat, bulkheading, and a bayside pool, this beautiful showcase embodies the nostalgic feeling and custom craftsmanship of eras past while embracing modern technologies and amenities of today. The epitome of Hamptons living.

South Of The Highway
Bayfront
Pool
Heated Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Den
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Office
Remsenburg
Once upon a time Remsenburg, located due south of Speonk, used to be part of Speonk.
In 1895 the feisty residents of this nub of land on Moriches Bay decided to name this area Remsenburg, in recognition of prominent resident Charles Remsen. To this day, Remsenburg still has lots of spunk. Home to British humorist P.G. Wodehouse, who created the immortal Jeeves, Remsenburgers take delight in living in a Non Hampton: out with glitter and glitz, in with getting into your own groove.
Explore Remsenburg
Transportation
Coast On Coast