It’s easy to be a bit bummed out with all this cold weather but these three waterfront properties take a potential winter of discontent and make cozy fires instead.
692 Dune Road, sitting right on the ocean in Westhampton Beach, has a fireplace AND a generator, so there’s no fear in facing potential loss of power. the $4.25 million contemporary home offers access and both bay and ocean views, plus an infinity-edge pool and spa, second-floor and roof decks and an elevator.
Sited on .38 of an acre, the four-bedroom home has four full and two half baths and approximately 4,700 square feet of living space. Listed with Jeanne Lee Landsiedel and Robert Landsiedel of Douglas Elliman.
Located in Maidstone Park in Springs, this $3.295 million fairly traditional shingle-style (with river rock bottom bonus on the lower level) offers water views and a private dock on Three Mile Harbor with access to Gardiners Bay. Sited on .2 acres and renovated in 2008, the 3,400-square-foot home features a private dock; boardwalk to the beach; water-view deck with pergola; outdoor grilling station; open living areas with white shiplap walls and ceilings and wide plank wood flooring.
There’s a stone fireplace in the kitchen, plus three bedrooms, two full and one half-bath. The master suite has a wall of windows and glass doors to a private water-view terrace, plus luxe bath featuring frameless glass-enclosed shower, stone tiling on walls and floor, a deep soaking tub and double vanity. Represented by Laura White of Saunders.
A key location and stunning views of Cold Springs Pond punctuate this $1.495 million cottage on .25 acres in the Cold Springs Point Association. Bulkheaded on three sides, and pretty much sitting right in the middle of some of the most prestigious golf courses in the country, this rustic beachhouse-style home has an outdoor fire pit, it’s own private floating dock and private beach, plus community docking, tennis and basketball.
Comprising approximately 1,300 square feet, four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, this home was built in 1991. Represented by Susan Breitenbach and Cutter Koster of Corcoran.