14 North Country Rd., $495,000
While this farm ranch has finished walls through most of the interior, the exposed log ceilings help make it “a throwback house for someone who appreciates that log cabin look,” says listing agent Tor Johnson.
Although the inside of the 1974 home has been updated, the exterior features its original log structure, corner joints and stone retaining walls. A columned patio leads to a wraparound deck that features a built-in stone fireplace and hot tub. The 1.42-acre property features professional landscaping and exterior lighting, including around the in-ground heated saltwater pool with a diving rock and waterfall.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has hardwood floors throughout. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace set in stone from floor to ceiling. Stainless steel appliances and white quartz countertops are included in the eat-in kitchen.
The master suite includes a full bathroom. There’s also a partially finished basement, an attached two-car garage and a mudroom. The property is 1.5 miles from Cedar Beach.
The taxes are $13,001. Tor Johnson, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 631-697-3819.
90 Deer Dr., $259,999
With the log structure and stone chimney on the exterior of the house, and the replica antique stove in the kitchen, this cape has the feel of an old-fashioned log cabin inside and out. Secluded by trees, the three-bedroom, one-bathroom home is situated on a 0.32-acre corner lot.
Built in 1950, the house has an eat-in kitchen with a nickel-trimmed electric convection oven with four burners, three oven racks and a warming drawer. The adjacent living room boasts a gas fireplace and coffered ceilings. The master bedroom and an additional bedroom are situated on the first floor, with a third bedroom and a sitting room on the second level.
The property, which includes a full basement and a private driveway, is less than a half-mile from North Shore beaches.
The taxes are $7,278. Teri Quartararo, Landmark Realty of Long Island, 631-553-4190.
428G Harbor Rd., $999,000
This Laurel Hollow estate is a “true log cabin” with logs and craftsmanship visible throughout the interior of the home, says listing agent Jyll Kata. The six-bedroom cabin, built in 1903, sits atop a hill on a 2.8-acre property with water views of Cold Spring Harbor.
There are six fieldstone fireplaces and woodwork throughout. One of the fireplaces is situated in the foyer, which also has built-in bookshelves.
The house has an open layout in the main living area, which has a kitchen and dining room with wide-plank floors. The house includes three full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms, all of which were updated in 2014.
There are three floors of living space, including a third-floor playroom that features vaulted ceilings, a bathroom and a brick fireplace. There’s also an unfinished basement with a walkout entrance.
In addition to original characteristics, like the home’s three sleeping porches, the cabin has modern amenities including central air-conditioning, updated electric and plumbing, and an alarm system. Attached to the cabin is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom guest cottage.
The taxes are $24,017. Jyll Kata, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-330-2321.