Ground has been broken on the development of Harvest Pointe, a luxury 55-and-over community situated in Cutchogue, the listing agent says.
The 46-acre property, amid the vineyards and beaches of the North Fork, will feature 124 condominiums. The two- and three-bedroom units will range in price from $685,000 to $815,000, says listing agent Sheri Winter Clarry of The Corcoran Group.
It look roughly 17 years to gain approval for the development, says Winter Clarry, adding that proposals had been in discussion long before that. A preview sales office opened in June and construction on the homes is slated to begin in October, with the first of four phases expected to be completed in June 2018, Winter Clarry says.
Units in the development — which is being built by Kenilworth Equities and Rimland Development — come in four configurations, with the Holly and The Laurel being two-floor residences, and The Inkberry and The Juniper offering one-level living. Each unit also includes a full basement and a two-car garage.
The units boast vaulted ceilings, a living room with a fireplace and sliding glass doors, laundry rooms and a granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances and custom cabinetry. The first-floor master suites feature a tub, tiled shower and dual-sink vanity offered in marble or Caesarstone.
Amenities in the development include a 6,200-square-foot clubhouse that offers a fitness center with a yoga room, a great room with a bar and TV lounge, and a wine cellar in which each member receives a private 12-bottle wine locker, Winter Clarry says.
The grounds will also include a 50-foot, heated saltwater pool, a terrace and barbecue area, electric car charging stations, tennis courts and walking trails. A full-time concierge and maintenance manager will also be on the premises. Taxes are about $300 per month and homeowners’ association fees are roughly $475 per month, Winter Clarry says.