While a home that’s somewhat close to the water is almost hard not to come by in the Hamptons, a home on a peninsula with unavoidable water views from every room is rare. Located at the end of East Beach Drive in North Sea, this 1,900-square-foot home has exactly that.
The emphasis here, naturally, is the water that can be seen from seemingly every room in the house. The home really capitalizes on the views of Peconic Bay and Wooley Pond by using large windows, which are hurricane resistant. The living and dining space is on the second level, which has a viewing deck off the living room that wraps around to a larger space for dining or entertaining.
There is an open floorplan utilized on the second-floor living and dining spaces, allowing for smart use of space in a home that’s less that 2,000 square feet. Features include cathedral ceilings and mill work.
There are two and a half bathrooms and three bedrooms, including a master bedroom and wood-paneled bunk room that looks to be inspired by the inside of a ship.
The property includes 373 feet of waterfront, and is located in a community with a bay beach, marina, and tennis courts. The asking price on this home is $3.95 million, which, considering the condition of the home and the water views that come with it, isn’t such a bad deal.
- Water Water Everywhere! [Sotheby’s International Realty]