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Cutchogue B&B comes on market for first time
On the market for the first time -- this Irish-themed bed-and-breakfast -- Top O’ the Mornin’ in Cutchogue, is listed for $499,000.
The owners purchased the property in 1994. They took the original 1910 post-and-beam barn and transformed it into a vintage-style farmhouse, says Kate Carpluk, an associate broker and senior vice president of Town & Country Real Estate in Mattituck, who is handling the listing.
The sellers did most of the work themselves, Carpluk adds, noting the husband is a skilled carpenter.
The house is set up with three guest en-suite rooms with antique appointments
The property -- a third of an acre -- borders the North Fork Country Club and has a main road presence.