Seller: Jean DeAngelis

Address: 14 Cedar Lane, Setauket

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Asking price: $749,900

The basics: A five-bedroom, four-bath expanded Cape on a 0.47-acre lot

The competition: A five-bedroom, four-bath Colonial on Chereb Court is listed for $799,990.

This Setauket home that has water views from most rooms, the owner says. The back deck overlooks Conscience Bay. It is on the market in November 2016 for $749,900. Photo Credit: Ivy Neal

Recent sale in the area: A four-bedroom, three-bath home on Cedar Lane sold June 10 for $995,000.

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Taxes: $19,819 ($18,667 with STAR)

Time on the market: Since May 2015

Listing agent: Mary Specht and Miriam Ainbinder, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 631-988-9200

Why it’s for sale: Jean, 55, a hat designer, says she’s moving to the Hudson Valley area.

The front of a Setauket home that has water views from most rooms, the owner says. The back deck overlooks Conscience Bay. It is on the market in November 2016 for $749,900. Photo Credit: Ivy Neal

DeAngelis’ 3,200-square-foot home overlooking Conscience Bay takes full advantage of the water views. Jean shares:

“We have panoramic water views and sunsets. What’s special for me are the moonsets. I’ll wake my daughter at 3 a.m. if the bay is calm and the moon is full. It’s wonderful.

"My daughter and friends watch lightning storms roll in. It’s a great view of the show Mother Nature puts on. Most of the rooms have water views.

"There are two master suites on the first floor, each with a full bath. The kitchen has more country charm than a granite look. This place is very livable and homey. People love being in the sitting room. It has the best views. My daughter even suntans in there.

"There’s a private beach nearby with a dock and deepwater mooring. On Friday nights, we grab hots dog and walk to the beach. There’s always somebody with the barbecue going. It’s a nice life for a family growing up.

"The beach association ($200 annual dues) has all kinds of family events. We still have progressive dinners twice a year. You have an entree at one home and dessert at another. It’s a great way to get to know your neighbors.”