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Sea Cliff   251 Littleworth Lane (Credit: Handout)

Sea Cliff

 

251 Littleworth Lane

$2,150,000

Frank Osborn Braynard, author of "One Square Mile: A Sea Cliff Sketchbook," describes the guesthouse on this secluded, one-acre property as the "enchanted cottage." It was built in 1928 on the Sweet Adeline estate, which belonged to Adeline and Philip Huntington. The cottage was designed with a slate terrace, stone walls and a vintage Dutch door. The interior features a paneled living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen. Sunsets are captured through west-facing windows. The renovated cottage, with its own garage, is set away from the main house -- an 11-room Colonial built in 1925. Adeline, who was the editor of the Sea Cliff News and founder of Glen Cove Hospital, designed the house with architect Walter Williams. The restored home features arches, moldings and spaces that relate to the original plan. It has a fireplace and wood floors and French doors throughout. There are four bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms.

Listing agents: Elizabeth Luciano and Laura Algios, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Sea Cliff, 516-759-6822

If you want a home with a cottage

Here is this week's look at Long Island homes with a notable feature. If you want to sell or rent a unique, historic or famous home, or one with a special feature, call Lisa Doll Bruno. Phone: (631) 843-2793, fax: (631) 843-5459, email: lisa.doll-bruno@newsday.com.

Sea Cliff   251 Littleworth Lane
(Credit: Handout)

Sea Cliff

 

251 Littleworth Lane

$2,150,000

Frank Osborn Braynard, author of "One Square Mile: A Sea Cliff Sketchbook," describes the guesthouse on this secluded, one-acre property as the "enchanted cottage." It was built in 1928 on the Sweet Adeline estate, which belonged to Adeline and Philip Huntington. The cottage was designed with a slate terrace, stone walls and a vintage Dutch door. The interior features a paneled living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen. Sunsets are captured through west-facing windows. The renovated cottage, with its own garage, is set away from the main house -- an 11-room Colonial built in 1925. Adeline, who was the editor of the Sea Cliff News and founder of Glen Cove Hospital, designed the house with architect Walter Williams. The restored home features arches, moldings and spaces that relate to the original plan. It has a fireplace and wood floors and French doors throughout. There are four bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms.

Listing agents: Elizabeth Luciano and Laura Algios, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Sea Cliff, 516-759-6822

Sea Cliff   251 Littleworth Lane
(Credit: Handout)

Sea Cliff

 

251 Littleworth Lane

$2,150,000

Frank Osborn Braynard, author of "One Square Mile: A Sea Cliff Sketchbook," describes the guesthouse on this secluded, one-acre property as the "enchanted cottage." It was built in 1928 on the Sweet Adeline estate, which belonged to Adeline and Philip Huntington. The cottage was designed with a slate terrace, stone walls and a vintage Dutch door. The interior features a paneled living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen. Sunsets are captured through west-facing windows. The renovated cottage, with its own garage, is set away from the main house -- an 11-room Colonial built in 1925. Adeline, who was the editor of the Sea Cliff News and founder of Glen Cove Hospital, designed the house with architect Walter Williams. The restored home features arches, moldings and spaces that relate to the original plan. It has a fireplace and wood floors and French doors throughout. There are four bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms.

Listing agents: Elizabeth Luciano and Laura Algios, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Sea Cliff, 516-759-6822

Sea Cliff   251 Littleworth Lane
(Credit: Handout Russell Pratt)

Sea Cliff

 

251 Littleworth Lane

$2,150,000

Frank Osborn Braynard, author of "One Square Mile: A Sea Cliff Sketchbook," describes the guesthouse on this secluded, one-acre property as the "enchanted cottage." It was built in 1928 on the Sweet Adeline estate, which belonged to Adeline and Philip Huntington. The cottage was designed with a slate terrace, stone walls and a vintage Dutch door. The interior features a paneled living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen. Sunsets are captured through west-facing windows. The renovated cottage, with its own garage, is set away from the main house -- an 11-room Colonial built in 1925. Adeline, who was the editor of the Sea Cliff News and founder of Glen Cove Hospital, designed the house with architect Walter Williams. The restored home features arches, moldings and spaces that relate to the original plan. It has a fireplace and wood floors and French doors throughout. There are four bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms.

Listing agents: Elizabeth Luciano and Laura Algios, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Sea Cliff, 516-759-6822

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Sea Cliff   251 Littleworth Lane
(Credit: Handout)

Sea Cliff

 

251 Littleworth Lane

$2,150,000

Frank Osborn Braynard, author of "One Square Mile: A Sea Cliff Sketchbook," describes the guesthouse on this secluded, one-acre property as the "enchanted cottage." It was built in 1928 on the Sweet Adeline estate, which belonged to Adeline and Philip Huntington. The cottage was designed with a slate terrace, stone walls and a vintage Dutch door. The interior features a paneled living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen. Sunsets are captured through west-facing windows. The renovated cottage, with its own garage, is set away from the main house -- an 11-room Colonial built in 1925. Adeline, who was the editor of the Sea Cliff News and founder of Glen Cove Hospital, designed the house with architect Walter Williams. The restored home features arches, moldings and spaces that relate to the original plan. It has a fireplace and wood floors and French doors throughout. There are four bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms.

Listing agents: Elizabeth Luciano and Laura Algios, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Sea Cliff, 516-759-6822

Northport 52 Norwood Ave. $624,000 Once referred
(Credit: Handout)

Northport

52 Norwood Ave.

$624,000

Once referred to as the Granny Wing, the guest cottage on this property was built in the 1980s by the Campbell family, who lived in the main house from the 1950s to 2001. (Jack Campbell was village mayor in the 1970s; his wife, Marilyn, founded the Northport Historical Society.) Adjacent but separate from the main house, the two-room cottage has 10-foot ceilings as well as a bathroom, bedroom area and living room-kitchen combo. It also has a porch. The main house was built in about 1901 by Shepard Scudder, whose family was prominent in Northport from the late 1800s through most of the 1900s. While retaining its original character, the updated nine-room house features wood floors, moldings and pocket doors. It has four bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths.

Listing agent: Jamie Marcantonio, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Northport, 631-680-2305

Northport 52 Norwood Ave. $624,000 Once referred
(Credit: Handout)

Northport

52 Norwood Ave.

$624,000

Once referred to as the Granny Wing, the guest cottage on this property was built in the 1980s by the Campbell family, who lived in the main house from the 1950s to 2001. (Jack Campbell was village mayor in the 1970s; his wife, Marilyn, founded the Northport Historical Society.) Adjacent but separate from the main house, the two-room cottage has 10-foot ceilings as well as a bathroom, bedroom area and living room-kitchen combo. It also has a porch. The main house was built in about 1901 by Shepard Scudder, whose family was prominent in Northport from the late 1800s through most of the 1900s. While retaining its original character, the updated nine-room house features wood floors, moldings and pocket doors. It has four bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths.

Listing agent: Jamie Marcantonio, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Northport, 631-680-2305

Northport 52 Norwood Ave. $624,000 Once referred
(Credit: Handout)

Northport

52 Norwood Ave.

$624,000

Once referred to as the Granny Wing, the guest cottage on this property was built in the 1980s by the Campbell family, who lived in the main house from the 1950s to 2001. (Jack Campbell was village mayor in the 1970s; his wife, Marilyn, founded the Northport Historical Society.) Adjacent but separate from the main house, the two-room cottage has 10-foot ceilings as well as a bathroom, bedroom area and living room-kitchen combo. It also has a porch. The main house was built in about 1901 by Shepard Scudder, whose family was prominent in Northport from the late 1800s through most of the 1900s. While retaining its original character, the updated nine-room house features wood floors, moldings and pocket doors. It has four bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths.

Listing agent: Jamie Marcantonio, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Northport, 631-680-2305

East Marion 235 Huckleberry Hill Rd. $1.6
(Credit: Handout)

East Marion

235 Huckleberry Hill Rd.

$1.6 million

Take one glance at this .86-acre waterfront parcel, and it's easy to appreciate that this spread -- owned by an artist -- is a true artist's colony. In addition to the main house, there are meandering brick paths that lead to two seasonal guest cottages. Each has a water view as well as an open living room with kitchenette and one bathroom. One cottage has two bedrooms, while the other has one, plus a side porch and outdoor shower. The main house -- an updated seven-room Contemporary with panoramic views of Hallock's Bay and Bug Lighthouse -- has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The landscape includes a pond with two waterfalls as well as a brick patio with a gazebo that overlooks a private beach.

Listing agent: Jerry Cibulski, Century 21 Alberston Realty, Southold, 631-765-3800

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East Marion 235 Huckleberry Hill Rd. $1.6
(Credit: Handout)

East Marion

235 Huckleberry Hill Rd.

$1.6 million

Take one glance at this .86-acre waterfront parcel, and it's easy to appreciate that this spread -- owned by an artist -- is a true artist's colony. In addition to the main house, there are meandering brick paths that lead to two seasonal guest cottages. Each has a water view as well as an open living room with kitchenette and one bathroom. One cottage has two bedrooms, while the other has one, plus a side porch and outdoor shower. The main house -- an updated seven-room Contemporary with panoramic views of Hallock's Bay and Bug Lighthouse -- has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The landscape includes a pond with two waterfalls as well as a brick patio with a gazebo that overlooks a private beach.

Listing agent: Jerry Cibulski, Century 21 Alberston Realty, Southold, 631-765-3800

East Marion 235 Huckleberry Hill Rd. $1.6
(Credit: Handout)

East Marion

235 Huckleberry Hill Rd.

$1.6 million

Take one glance at this .86-acre waterfront parcel, and it's easy to appreciate that this spread -- owned by an artist -- is a true artist's colony. In addition to the main house, there are meandering brick paths that lead to two seasonal guest cottages. Each has a water view as well as an open living room with kitchenette and one bathroom. One cottage has two bedrooms, while the other has one, plus a side porch and outdoor shower. The main house -- an updated seven-room Contemporary with panoramic views of Hallock's Bay and Bug Lighthouse -- has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The landscape includes a pond with two waterfalls as well as a brick patio with a gazebo that overlooks a private beach.

Listing agent: Jerry Cibulski, Century 21 Alberston Realty, Southold, 631-765-3800

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