A 10-room Colonial in Cutchogue, home to a bed-and-breakfast called Andrew’s Legacy, is on the market for $699,000.
Owner Liz MacNish has run the B&B with her son, Mark, since 2004. “It’s a lot of fun,” she says, but it is time to move on. The house was built in 1921 by a grandfather of her late husband, Richard, and the B&B carries the grandfather's name, Andrew.
There are five bedrooms, four en suite with replica turn-of-the-century bathrooms plus an additional half-bath. Nick Planamento, listing agent with Joan Bischoff van Heemskerck of Town & Country Real Estate, says the main floor has a “spacious, continuous floor plan” with a large family room and an eat-in kitchen that is open to the formal dining room. Other features include a home office, den, original Southern pine wood floors, and a wraparound porch.
The half-acre property is next to the Bedell Cellars vineyards and comes with a chicken coop, two sheds and a greenhouse.