Nestled on 2.5 waterfront acres, a three-bedroom, 3 ½-bath cedar shingle-style Peconic home is set at the end of a private 6,600-foot road bordered by farmland and the Pindar vineyards, its listing agent says. It is listed for $2.895 million.
The home was built 30 feet above 340 feet of Long Island Sound beach, says listing agent John de Reeder of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
“The house is at the north end on the water — there’s a great sense of privacy,” he says. “When you look in any direction from the house when you get up there, you basically see water or woods.”
Mahogany accents are found throughout the home, and the home’s Northwest Douglas fir wood frame is visible in a double-height living room with a large stone fireplace and a wall of water-facing windows. Stairs there lead to a sitting room-style landing with windows and continue to a second-floor balcony.
An eat-in kitchen with a square island includes a Wolf stove, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Miele dishwasher, de Reeder says. The formal dining room opens through sliding doors to a patio with wraparound windows.
The first-floor master suite — one of the home’s three en-suite bedroom — includes a sitting room overlooking the Long Island Sound, a full bath with a tub, steam shower and bidet, a walk-in closet and a laundry. Upstairs, two bedroom suites are nearly identical, except for the colors of the glazed bathroom tiles.
The grounds include plantings of copper beech trees, de Reeder says. The property has a detached three-car garage.