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In Noyac, this stylish shingled cottage has found a buyer

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It went on the market in October

The shingled cottage is just 1,000 square feet.
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When this stylish, renovated shingled cottage in Noyac came on the market in October, we loved the look and feel of the house. At the time, it was listed for $899,000 but eventually it came down in price and was more recently available for $839,000. Earlier this week, a contract was signed and the compact 1,000-square-foot house is currently pending a sale.

Inside, there are just two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The house was originally built in 1937 but received a complete renovation that brought it into the 21st century.

Features include wood floors, a fireplace in the living room, built-ins, an open floorplan, and a kitchen with a center island. In addition to the cosmetic changes, there’s also new plumbing, insulation, ductwork, insulation, and a new oil tank.

Located at 23 Wickatuck Drive, residents will be less than a half-mile from Long Beach and about 3 miles west of Sag Harbor village shops and restaurants.

Compass Real Estate agent Caroline Sarraf represents the listing.

What do our readers think the house will close for? Tell us in the comments.

Pergola at the front of the house.
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A fireplace and window seat can be found in the living room.
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Open floorplan.
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The master bedroom is ensuite.
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Deck outside for dining and lounging.
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