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New Construction: Get in the swim at Mattituck’s ‘Fields’

By August 22, 2008February 26th, 2018No Comments

Twenty-one homes that have deeded beach rights on the same property are available for sale at the Fields at Mattituck, a new, non-gated community on Stanley Road.

 

Also offering a pond and a nature walk, the community of 24 traditional two-story houses (three homes have been sold already) is being built by Winhaven Associates LLC of Great Neck, says listing agentSheri Winter Clarry, senior vice president and associate broker at The Corcoran Group in Southold.

 

Construction began in August 2007 and will be completed as the homes are sold.

 

There are three models to choose from, and the houses can be customized, Clarry says. The homes range from 5,200 to 7,500 square feet and can have anywhere from four bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms to seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Plot sizes range from three-quarters of an acre to more two acres. Prices vary from $1.7 million to more than $2 million.

 

The cedar shake-shingle-sided houses offer three-car garages; an unfinished basement (which can be finished); great room; loft area; one to three fireplaces; eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, a choice of cabinets, a butler’s pantry with a wine cooler, a Subzero refrigerator, and a Wolf or Thermador oven; master bathroom with oversized whirlpool tub, a dressing table, double vanities and a separate shower; master bedrooms with two walk-in closets; radiant heat in the kitchen and master bathroom; oak flooring; custom molding, front and rear porches; landscaping; and in-ground sprinklers.

 

One model comes with an in-ground pool. All the houses offer a choice of solar heat or oil heat, and are wired with central vacuum, an alarm system, cable and touch controls, Clarry says.

 

“These homes are for young families anywhere up to baby boomers who want a quiet community and all kinds of upgrades and nice features,” Clarry says.

 

The houses are about three miles to shopping and restaurants, less than a mile to some vineyards and three miles to the Mattituck stop of the Long Island Rail Road. They are in the Mattituck/Cutchogue school district. Estimated annual taxes are $12,000 to $15,000, says Clarry, who can be reached at 631-899-0613.

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