This circa-1919 waterfront abode in Laurel, listed for $2.8 million, features a seafaring aesthetic throughout and has 150 feet of beachfront along the Great Peconic Bay.
Wooden cathedral ceilings in the living and dining rooms create a “nautical” look in the four-bedroom, two-bath home, says listing agent Virginia Buono of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Real Estate.
There are bay views from the living room, dining room and den. A screened-in porch overlooks the bay and the pool area. Three of the four bedrooms are on the first floor, while another bedroom is upstairs.
The wooded two-acre lot includes a stone patio with two in-ground swimming pools — the smaller pool was designed with children in mind, Buono says. There is a two-car detached garage and room for a tennis court.