An Aquebogue farm on the market for $1.35 million includes a five-bedroom, four-bath, Cape-style house and a six-stall horse barn.
The property is subdivided into two-acre lots, one of which includes the house and the barn, says Dolores Peterson of Colony Realty, the listing agent.
“Merged together, it’s an eight-acre farm. It’s great for the gentleman farmer, and the agricultural exemption can reduce property taxes by more than half,” Peterson says.
Built in 1976, the house features a cedar-shake exterior with a front porch that runs the length of the façade. Other highlights include a first-floor master suite, a renovated kitchen, a fireplace and a wood-burning stove. An attached 2½-car garage includes a workshop area and an attic above.