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Charming historic house in Greenport
on the North Fork of Long Island

Tucked away on Sterling Harbor in Greenport’s Historic District sits this lovely 1780s “vernacular” home on the most desired street in the maritime village. Meticulous attention was paid when renovating the house to preserve its charm and architectural integrity while expanding the lay-out with modern additions and an open flow that offers spacious living areas.

The house has 3 bedrooms (2 queen,1 full and sleeps 5), 2 full bathrooms, renovated cook’s kitchen, gracious dining room, library/study, and two working fireplaces. The airy, light-filled sunroom opens to a front porch and deck with a flowering pergola and water views. A back patio leads to a large and private back yard with mature trees and gardens and a fire pit for chilly nights. An outdoor shower awaits your return from the beach. Internet/wifi/cable TV, gas grill, and all utilities included. The property is private, yet just a 5-minute walk to all amenities in the village — cafés, restaurants, food markets, galleries, Burton’s Bookstore, North Fork Arts Center and movie theater, Mitchell Park and carousel, antiques and shopping, as well as fishing, boating, and recreational activities. Easy access by car (LIE), train (LIRR), and bus (Hampton Jitney), 90-miles from New York City. Cross Sound Ferry to/from New England at Orient Point is 8 miles away. North Ferry to Shelter Island is steps from the village center. By foot, bike or car, there are nearby white-sand beaches on Long Island
Sound and Peconic Bay, vineyards and wineries.

Inquire for weekly/monthly rates and seasonal availability by using the contact page.

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