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Cutchogue B&B comes on market for first time

On the market for the 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. Credit: Handout

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. They are on the second floor and referred to as the Rose room, the Lilac room and the Scarlett O’Hara room.

The proprietors reside on the main level in the west and south wings of the house. Their space includes a living room with a fireplace, an en-suite master bedroom, a laundry room and a kitchen. The owners are leaving behind a 3-by-8-foot butcher block table.

Although the third floor is unfinished, it could be converted into a great space -- say a game room, a library, a wine room or even another guest suite, Carpluk notes.
The property -- a third of an acre -- borders the North Fork Country Club and has a main road presence.

“The business has always been popular and successful, with many guests returning each year and recommending their friends,” Carpluk says.

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