Mid-Century. Private Association Beach Community. Views Of Li Sound From Deck. Tastefully Decorated. Cathedral Ceilings, Large Windows Add To Bright & Open Feeling. Yearly $2,300 Mo. Tenant Pays Yearly Comm Of 1 Mo. Yearly Available Beginning May 28, 2019.
4 Brs, 2.5 Bath (Includes Mbr Ensuite) Ranch On 3.5 Acres With In Ground Heated Pool W/Fence, Lr W/Fireplace, Fam Room W/Firepace, Dining Room, Eik, Beach Rights At Trumans Beach, Golfing, Vineyards, Restaurants, Shopping, The Best The North Fork Has To Offer. 2 Week Minimum Per Southold Town Code.
Spacious, Clean, Like New, Home Offering 4 Bedrooms And 3.5 Baths. Large Yard. Community Beach And Tennis Nearby. Winter 2018/19 $3,000 Per Mo.; Memorial Day 2019 To Labor Day $16,000; June $5,000; July $6,500; August Thru Labor Day $7,000; Labor Day To End Of September $4,000.
North Fork Retreat- Brand New Modern Style Farm House Constructed In 2018. This Home Features A Beautiful Open Living Concept Tying In Eik, Grand Room & Fdr Into One. The First Floor Also Offers Large Ensuite W/ French Doors Opening To Mahogany Deck, Pool, Patio & Pool House W/ Outdoor Shower. Second Floor Has 2 Large Bedrooms & Stunning Fb. Enjoy Deeded Beach Rights Within Biking Distance That Is Perfect For Fishing Off Beach &
Take In Spectacular Views Of The Long Island Sound And Gardiner's Bay At This 2,500 Square Foot Renovated Waterfront Home. Turn Key Rental With Full Size Laundry Facilities, 3 Bedrooms Plus Sleeping Loft, 3 Newly Renovated Full Bathrooms, High End Appliances, Central A/C, Heated Salt Water Pool With Wrap-Around Deck On 3.85 Acres With 600 Feet Of Private Long Island Sound Beach Front. Newly Renovated Interior.
Cape Cod-Style Cedar-Shingle House Situated On Edge Of Low Bluff. Wooded Lot With Second-Story Master Bedroom Suite/Deck. Fantastic 180-Degree Views Of Gardiner's Bay, Bug Lighthouse, Shelter Island, Orient Village And East Hampton With 150-Feet Of Private Sandy Beach And Boat Mooring.
East Marion is a sleepy hamlet with a year-round population of less than 1,000 people scattered across 2.2-miles of land that lies sandwiched between Greenport and Orient, much of which is made up of inlets, preserves and farmland.
The first inhabitants of this area can be traced to 1000 BC. However, those early peoples vanished long before the arrival, in about 900 AD, of the Corchaugs, who called the area Poquatuc. The Corchaugs were still present when six English families settled here in 1661. The new residents called the area Oysterponds because of the abundant shellfish that they began to gather and sell to nearby communities.
British troops landed in 1776 during the American Revolutionary War. Many families fled to Connecticut, and the Redcoats periodically plundered the farms they left behind. After Benedict Arnold switched sides, he organized raids on Connecticut from Oysterponds.
Oysterponds originally encompassed both East Marion and Orient, to the east. In 1836, the two communities went their separate ways with their new names. East Marion was named for Revolutionary War General, Francis Marion, also known as The Swamp Fox. "East" was tacked onto Marion because there was an existing Marion upstate.
East Marion is home to some of the North Fork’s greatest treasures, including an historic farm stand, charming churches and homes, and the picturesque views from Truman’s Beach and Dam Pond, the subject of many paintings.
Students in East Marion attend Oysterponds Elementary School, located on the Main Road in Orient, until sixth grade. They then attend Greenport for the remainder of their school career.
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