Laurel House Rental Photos and Description
6 Bedrooms on the beach
In the heart of the Northfork wineries, beaches and shopping. Wine, dine, boat and swim.
This spectacular beach house is on 1 acre of property with a lovely sandy beach on the Great Peconic Bay. Take a short walk down the tranquil wooded 1 acre to the most pristine beach out east!
Centrally located, visit the Hamptons, Montauk, Greenport, Shelter Island or Orient Point.
Close to Splish Splash water park, Atlantis Marine World Aquarium, outlet mall shopping, Northfork wineries, and antique shopping.
Bright, airy and immaculate 5 BR's, 3 full baths. Sleeps two families of 6 comfortably.
Central heat and A/C. Laundry room with washer / dryer.
Cooks love our kitchen! Big and efficient, it contains a new refrigerator, a Viking dual fuel range (gas cook top), a microwave and dishwasher.
The large deck overlooking the bay is spacious with plenty of seating and a grill. Outdoor patio for dining, BBQ, shower and driveway with room for boat parking.
The heat is forced hot air so becomes comfortable in minutes, and there is also central air conditioning. The cozy gas fireplace in the living room keeps
the living area comfortable.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- alternative lifestyle
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Jungle Beach is owned & operated by Carolyn, Francene & Lenore, daughters of Frank Saccente.
It was 1961 when my great grandfather sold this property to his son Frank for $1.00. My grandfather Frank was a little leery of the property his dad had purchased. At the time it was hard to believe there was even a beach here. The property was 1 acre of heavy dense woods, hence the name Jungle Beach. When they finally got through the jungle of trees and reached the beach, is when Frank realized he had just made the best real estate purchase of his life. The beach on the Great Peconic Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! So in 1970 Frank decided to build his dream beach house for his wife Laurene, 4 daughters and all their children. Unfortunately, 45 years later Frank and his wife have passed and now his daughters have the privilege to carry on the tradition to keep Jungle Beach as a vacation getaway for their families as long as possible.