Dreamy North Fork Estate Has Water Access and Room to Roam
Dream of a secluded and spacious getaway in the quiet countryside of Long Island’s peaceful North Fork? Well, as long as your pockets are deep enough, here it is in the tiny town of Southold. With more than 13 acres of land and a $4.5 million price tag, the sprawling estate boasts 354 feet of frontage on placid Hashamomuck Pond, which leads out to the Peconic Bay.
The 4,500-square-foot home, which sits a good distance from the water amid mature trees, has five bedrooms and four and a half baths. The shingled coastal design perfectly complements the surrounding landscape. The main level features an open floor plan with large windows that let in plenty of natural light and offer stunning water views from every room. The spacious living room, with a river stone fireplace, opens up to a very handy three-seasoned screened porch, while the kitchen and butler’s pantry sport high-end appliances, custom cabinetry, and plenty of counter space for meal prep.
Upstairs, there are two wings, one of which contains a trio of en-suite bedrooms, including the primary suite with its luxurious bathroom. The other wing offers two more bedrooms and a shared bathroom along with a full kitchen that makes it perfect for long-term guests. Downstairs is a walkout basement and wine cellar.
Outside is a sparkling pool and hot tub and a path to the pond for kayaking and other water activities. Though the fenced pastures could use some gussying up, there is a barn for equine residents as well as plenty of room for a tennis court.
Stop dreaming about your perfect getaway and call listing agent Sheri Winter Parker of the Corcoran Group.