The owner of this expanded Lloyd Harbor cape, now listed for $1.289 million, has an all-natural green thumb, its listing agent says.

“Everything on the property is totally organic,” listing agent Catherine Cronin of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, says of the parcel. “She mulches and composts everything herself. The property is two acres of beautiful gardens in a beautiful setting.”

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Views of the lush property are plentiful from the rear of the five-bedroom, 4.5-bath home. A sunroom, built during a 2005 extension, has skylights and walls of windows that span the living room, kitchen and master bedroom suite.

At the same time, an eat-in kitchen with Viking appliances, granite counters, a Vermont stone sink and original cabinets was expanded, and a master suite, with a propane fireplace, cedar closets, Venetian plaster walls and vaulted ceilings, was added, Cronin says.

The living room features a fireplace and steps down to the sunroom; the second of three fireplaces is found in the den. Upstairs, there is an en-suite bedroom and an additional three bedrooms that share a full bath

A saltwater pool with a poolside pergola and a bluestone patio, a filtered pond, multiple walking paths and a hydrangea-covered shed are nestled in the parcel, which has in-ground sprinklers and a two-car attached garage.

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Mooring and beach rights are available to dues-paying members of the Fiddler’s Green Beach Association.