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The bar is in the great room of

The bar is in the great room of this waterfront Center Moriches house, which has views of Senix Creek and Narrow Bay. There property is on the market in December 2015 for $979,900. Credit: Coldwell Banker Residential


14 Seventh St.


Situated in the den of this Bayville high-ranch, the bar is a place where the owners love to entertain, says agent Kerri Kelly of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. But it’s not just a place to serve hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Kelly says the bar converts to a game table, which has played host to hours of poker, roulette and card games with family and friends in a room made even more inviting by the warmth and comfort of a wood-burning, river rock fireplace. Sliding glass doors lead from the bar area to the fenced-in yard of the 40-by-100-foot property, which features a brick paver patio and an aboveground pool. The 1978 home offers five bedrooms and two full baths, an updated, eat-in kitchen, a living room and a formal dining room. Amenities include hardwood floors and a full, finished basement. Taxes are $9,861. Kerri Kelly and Lorna Mann, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-633-1613 and 516-633-4075

Mount Sinai


15 Island Trail

Building the bar was a labor of love for the owner of this four-bedroom Postmodern, says agent Edward Stock of Atlantic Commercial Capital. Stock says every piece of wood used to build the bar was hand-picked by the owner, and the mirrored shelves behind the bar were custom-designed. The bar features two beer taps, a sink, a wine cooler and a refrigerator. There’s seating for six and a television, where Stock says the owner likes to watch the game while raising a glass with friends. The 2005 home offers 3 1/2 marble-and-granite baths and an eat-in kitchen with granite counters, cherry cabinets, a Wolf dual-fuel range and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. There’s a formal living room and dining room, a den with a fireplace and a gym in the finished basement. The .37-acre property features an in-ground saltwater pool with a waterfall, a paver patio, a sprinkler system and a two-car garage. Taxes are $12,876. Edward Stock, Atlantic Commercial Capital, 631-375-7875

Center Moriches


7 Convent Lane

The lighted wood bar was built to match the Brazilian cherry floors of this waterfront Colonial, says agent Gail Carillo of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Carillo says the bar is in the expansive great room of the custom-built 2005 home, which features a fireplace and panoramic views of Senix Creek and Narrow Bay. The home has four bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths, including a master suite with a fireplace and a Jacuzzi tub. There’s an eat-in granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a combination dining room/living room and a finished walkout basement. Amenities include coffered ceilings, radiant flooring, skylights, an intercom and a surround-sound system. There’s a large mahogany deck, wraparound porch, 50-foot boat slip and a 390-foot bulkhead on the .85-acre property. Taxes are $31,805. Gail Carillo, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 631-672-2343

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