The North Fork of Long Island has waterfront property on the Long Island Sound, Peconic Bay and other beautiful bodies of water. Come join us as this week’s Hamptons Real Estate Top 5 dives into a quintet of must-see houses.
• Mattituck Castle, Price upon request
This 6-bedroom, 7.5 bathroom “castle” behind wrought iron gates has 150-feet of beachfront on the Long Island Sound. The gourmet kitchen has two pizza ovens and throughout the house are four fireplaces. A master suite includes two sitting rooms, a his-and-her bathroom, an office and ladies boudoir. Other amenities include a gym, wine cellar and granite/marble gazebo.
• 13 Cedar Court, Laurel, $1,595,000
This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom Postmodern has 160 feet of frontage on Great Peconic Bay. It had a large eat-in kitchen with two sinks and a professional Viking 6-burner stove, and a bulkhead with boat ramp.
• Greenport Soundfront, $2,500,000
This rustic home sits on the Long Island Sound. It also includes a tennis court, three guest wings, a firepit, hot tub room, great room, and more. On 2.71 acres, it has 8 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
• 370 Fisherman’s Beach Road, Cutchogue, $1,650,000
On Nassau Point, this house fronts Haywater Cove. The 3,000-square-foot home on 0.66 acres has 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. It has a wraparound deck overlooking the water plus a brick patio and outdoor shower. It has two boatslips, one that can accommodate a 30-foot boat.
• Southold, $5,750,000
Enjoy 200 feet of waterfront on Corey Creek, which leads out to Little Peconic Bay. This home has 5 bedrooms and 5.5. bathrooms, with three fireplaces, a pool, putting green, elevator and private boat basin. The 3.60-acre property is surrounded by 100 acres of protected land.