This super romantic six-bedroom house was originally built as a coast guard life saving station in 1895.
It has just been beautifully renovated to maintain its classic farmhouse charm, but with all the modern conveniences anyone would want. There is a huge kitchen and dining room with two sinks, two ovens, a six-burner WOLF stove and a huge amount of work space.
With abundant farm stands and fresh fish at your fingertips, this kitchen is the ideal place to cook and entertain. The large table seats 14, allowing everyone to gather around the dinner table. It's perfect for the ultimate dinner party.
The House is the ideal place to relax and getaway from it all. It has plenty of room for everyone to stretch out - a master bedroom with a king size bed, and 5 guest rooms all with Queen size beds.
One room has an optional crib as well. The fourth floor of the Tower has an optional 7th bedroom. Climb up the ladder from the third floor where you have a desk and work place and crawl into a cozy bed where you are greeted with panoramic views.
The Master bathroom has a steam shower and 6 foot bathtub. There are 4 bathrooms in all. The tower is five stories high, with a stunning room at the top to look out in all directions from an amazing vantage point.
There is a loft-room with a 65' TV and full cable service. The house is equipped with wireless Internet. There is central heat and AC, and there are ceiling fans in most rooms.
The House lies on 3 acres of land in East Marion, New York with 300 feet of private beach on the Long Island Sound. It has a 50' x 16' swimming pool, ideal for swimming laps and lounging in the sun.
There is a big rambling yard all around the house that leads down to the beach. Swim or sunbath on the private beach or relax in the shade on one of the four porches. This is a great house for huge get togethers.
Whether it is 6 couples or 3 families, there is plenty communal space for everyone to be together. The House also has numerous little hideaways for when you need time alone to read a book or take a nap. The possibilities are endless.
Visit the renowned wineries of Long Island. Tour the former whaling town of Greenport, with all its cultural charm, reminiscent of the Hamptons in the 50' s and 60' s. Here you'll find excellent restaurants and cafes.
Explore Orient State Park and the local nature preserves. Ferries to Shelter Island, Sag Harbor, East Hampton, and Connecticut are a short drive away. Year round, this is a beautiful spot to visit.