Editor’s note: A version of this story originally ran in Brownstoner sister pub and Hamptons real estate blog Behind the Hedges.
A waterfront home with a dock in a bayside community in Mattituck is asking $1.395 million. The home at 3265 Park Avenue, listed with Alexis Meadows at NOFO Real Estate, boasts a large, wraparound deck and has stunning views of the Peconic Bay.
The turnkey home sits on a half-acre lot that affords plenty of privacy, bordering a preserve on its north side. While there are two bedrooms and two baths, this house is all about entertaining and relaxation — your choice. The panoramic water views and outdoor space invite gathering with friends (post pandemic of course) or finding a respite, all while taking in nature.
The property would also work for a boater as the waters live up to their name in Deep Hole Creek. Boaters in the area tend to anchor and enjoy the sandbar at Robins Island.
Renovations were recently completed on the home, originally built in 1976, providing a new roof, plumbing, lighting, furnace, and on-demand hot water heating system. New hardwood floors were also installed throughout.
New bathrooms feature Carrara marble and subway tile. There is also a new bonus room that could work as a home office.
The open plan living area includes a newly renovated kitchen. With vaulted ceilings, the space is airy. A cherry wood butcher block island matches the hood vent above the stove. There is also a farmhouse sink and high-end European appliances, such a Kucht dishwasher and Haier stove.
The cathedral ceilings continue in the rest of the great room, which has wood beams and wood paneling. Walls of windows and skylights bring in the light. Sliding glass doors lead out onto the deck, close to the deep-water dock.
Outside is an all wood shed/horse stall frame that could be used as a yoga studio or artist studio. There is room for a pool.
An open house is planned for Saturday, March 6, from noon to 2 p.m. if you want to see it for yourself.
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