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Due North: The North Fork is a Boon for Buyers Looking for Privacy

By July 19, 2013February 26th, 2018No Comments

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SHERI WINTER CLARRY OF CORCORAN TOUTS THE BENEFITS OF NORTH FORK REAL ESTATE.

Undiscovered beaches. Verdant vineyards. Peace, quiet, and privacy. While the South Fork relishes its star-studded popularity, the North Fork, abundant in bucolic tranquility, is transforming into a sought-after retreat. “The North Fork is definitely becoming the destination,” says Corcoran brokerSheri Winter Clarry, who purchased a home in Cutchogue three weeks after first discovering the area during an East End getaway.

Natural amenities such as Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound provide ample opportunities for fishing and boating, while buzz-generating restaurants, including Greenport’s Blue Canoe and Frisky Oyster and.. The North Fork Table & Inn in Southold, are a boon for gastronomes. Shops, includingClarry‘s favorites, boutiques Mint and Lido and foodstuffs spot Love Lane Market in Mattituck, are stocked with sartorial and culinary necessities.

North Fork homes are replete with rustic charm, high-grade amenities, and Mother Nature’s pervasive peacefulness. Clarry‘s listings-including a gorgeous Southold five-bedroom with a putting green, surrounded by about 100 acres of protected land, and a postcard-perfect Cutchogue home encircled by beaches, with 150 feet of waterfront and panoramic views-are part of the draw. Plus, there are the intangible advantages. “Because there is so much privacy,” says Clarry, “you always feel like you are in control of your own destiny.” 53795 Main Road, Southold, 848-7730; corcoran.com

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