Shelter Island Soundfront Beach House with Dock and Pool
Located on a peninsula on the southwest side of Shelter Island with views toward Southampton, with 500 feet of sandy beach with bulkhead on the sound on two acres, and a separate .37 acre lot on West Neck Harbor with 152 feet of shoreline and deep water dock, this is a true beach house. The layout of the home, originally built in 1947, is designed to showcase water views from every room. The distinctive living room offers raised, coffered ceilings, a grand stone wood-burning fireplace, custom knotty pine paneling, powder room, a picture window with built in seating framed with two doors leading to a 486 sf blue stone entertainment patio. Pocket doors access a cozy corner library with doors to a spacious en-suite master bedroom with two sound front views. An en-suite guest bedroom is just down the hall. On the opposite side of the living room is a sunny breakfast area, with a bay window and built-in’s, leading to a spacious kitchen with mid century style cabinets, stainless steel appliances and separate wet bar. A two-story addition, expanded in 1981, comprises an uplifting, sun-filled living-dining area with three different water views and door to a 165-sf outdoor patio, and a second floor en-suite master bedroom with incredible blue water views of the peninsula and beyond. The focal point of the property is the truly unique stretch of sandy beachfront, 3000 sf of recently installed bulkhead with landscaping dotted with red pines and native vegetation. An 18 x 36 pool and cabana are sited along the western side of the property, adjacent to a 400 sf barn. For the boating enthusiast, a separate .37 lot just across the lane has a 150-foot deep water dock with electric and water hookup. Equipped with Generac whole house generator.