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A compact and stylish shingled cottage in Noyack asks $899K

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It recently got new cedar shingle siding and a new roof during renovations

Originally built in 1937 and recently renovated from top to bottom, the adorable shingled cottage at 23 Wickatuck Lane in Noyack has just come on the market for $899,000.

With just 1,000 square feet of living space, the home is certainly on the small side, but it’s a decent option for those who prioritize something low maintenance in their East End home. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms inside, the home is ideal for a single person or couple who expect the occasional guest, or a small family. A bonus room could also be converted into a third bedroom.

Features include a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, a wall of built-ins, an open floorplan, hardwood floors throughout, and glass doors that open out to the back deck and patio. During the renovation, the home got brand new cedar shingle siding and a new roof.

On 0.3 acres of land, there’s room for a pool. The property is just a mile and a half from the bay at Long Beach, and about two and a half miles from Sag Harbor village shops and restaurants.

Compass agent Caroline Sarraf represents the listing.

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