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WEB ID: 58109719

160 5th, 12 Greenport, Suffolk, NY 11944

Greenport, Suffolk, NY 11944

for rent | RENTAL | Built in 1998

2 beds
2 baths
950 Approx. Sqft/ 0.03 acres
outdoor space
$6,000
  • Available Immediately

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WEB ID: 58109719

160 5th, 12 Greenport, Suffolk, NY 11944

Greenport, Suffolk, NY 11944

for rent | RENTAL | Built in 1998

2 beds
2 baths
950 Approx. Sqft/ 0.03 acres
outdoor space
$6,000
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 160 5th, 12, Greenport, NY 11944

Newly Renovated Unit W/Spectacular Views Of Bay, Beach SI Beyond. 2 Bed/ 2 Bath. Styled Elegantly. Open Plan W/ Views From Every Window. Waterfront Balcony On Beach. Complex has a Waterfront Pool, Tennis Pickle Ball Court Over 200 Ft of Bay Beach. Rental Includes a Boat Slip in Marina. In Heart Of Village. Close To Restaurants, Transportation, Ferry Shops. (Greenport Rental Permit #24-059) Rented for Summer...
Listing Courtesy of DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE, LI:3216639

key features

  • Central air
  • Dryer
  • Washer
  • Balcony
  • Corner Lot
  • Baseboard Heating
  • Central Air Cooling
  • Electric Heating
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Parking Lot
  • Private Entrance
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    Greenport

    Compared to its more pastoral North Fork neighbors, this picture-perfect seaside village can feel like the life of the party. Greenport carries name-brand recognition for all who venture out east. It’s lively and thriving yet maintains an unmistakable laid-back appeal. A maritime community throughout its existence, Greenport made its mark in whaling, shipbuilding, and other water-borne industries. In 1844, it became the eastern terminus of the Long Island Rail Road, which operated through service to Boston via ferries to Connecticut from its deep-water docks. Today's harbor welcomes mostly recreational vessels, along with the North Ferry to Shelter Island. Over 250 buildings — dating as far back as 1750 — comprise Greenport’s historic district, displaying an impressive chronology of American residential architecture, including Italianate, Colonial Revival, and Bungalow-style homes. Exacting guidelines keep these eye-catching structures timeless throughout generations of Greenport residents and visitors.

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