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A waterfront home with retail past on a private beach in Napeague asks $4.7M

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It used to be Merrills Fishing Station in the ‘50s

All photos, Sotheby’s

Located on Lazy Point in Napeague, a 1,500-square-foot home on a private beach just came on the market for $4,695,000 with listing agent Stacey Pitts of Sotheby’s International Realty. Built in 1950, the home has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom.

Inside, there’s an open floor plan in the living and dining spaces, first-floor ensuite master bedroom with fireplace that looks out to the water, a deck off the dining rooms for entertaining, vaulted ceilings, and interestingly—the home has a preexisting retail space on the lower level. It used to serve as the original Merrills Fishing Station in the 1950s.

While the kitchen needs an update or two, the rest of the house looks like it’s been renovated. Inside, there are wide plank floors, large windows, and beamed ceilings.

The property is located at 10 Old Lazy Point. The 0.22-acre parcel at 8 Old Lazy Point is included as well. The home went on the market in June briefly for the same price, but came off the market a month later. As of this week, it’s back on the market.

Lazy Point

cranberry hole rd, nappeague, NY