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870 Inlet Ln, Greenport

4 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,600 SqFt
A Unique Opportunity Awaits! 4BR, 2 bath updated Ranch with open floor plan situated on 1.9 acres w/350' of bulkhead, dock with direct bay access; views to Shelter Island and beyond. Public bay beach at the end of Manhansett Ave. Close to the Historic Maritime Village of Greenport., fine dining, shopping, transportation, wineries and farm stands near by.

1525 Gull Pond Ln, Greenport

3 Beds, 2 Baths,
Rambling Waterfront Expanded Ranch with Large Deck and Deep Water Dock with Direct Unobstructed Access to Peconic Bay. 3 Bed/2 Bath with Den, Family Room, and Office. Over 100' of Builkhead with an Amazing 48+ Feet of Grandfathered Floating Dock. Large Park Like Grounds.

325 Wiggins St, Greenport

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,600 SqFt
Location, Location, Location! This Victorian Style Home Is Conveniently Located Near All GPO Village Has To Offer w/ Ferry/ Hampton Jitney/Train Terminal, Local Shops, Mitchel Park, Restaurants & Beaches Just Steps Away. Hardwood Floors Throughout, Craftsman Style Kitchen, FB and 1 Bedroom On Main Level. Second Level Offers Elevated Views Of Greenport Harbor, Large Den, Additional Bedroom and 2nd Full Bath. Property Also Offers Great

326 6th St, Greenport

2 Beds, 3 Baths,
Spend your summer here! Charming, chic and brand shiny new living space, 2 beds, 3 bath, washer and dryer, second floor apartment in the heart of Greenport. Just renovated, with a lovely yard close to beach, town and restaurants. This is one of the best historic houses and locations Greenport has to offer. An exceptional North Fork summer just a Jitney ride away. 2 week minimum.

57305 Route 48, Greenport

5 Beds, 5 Baths, 6,000 SqFt
Spectacular Contemporary sound front home. Very private sound beach with amazing sunsets. 6000 sq. ft of spacious living and entertaining. 105 ft Of Deep Sound Beach. Pristine 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, and half bath. Light filled home with high ceilings, open floor plan, eat-in kitchen, living room, dining room and library. Perfectly sited on 1 acre with inground pool.

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210 Bennett Rd, Greenport

3 Beds, 2 Baths,
Spacious 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Open Layout With Gourmet Eat-In Kitchen In A Quiet Greenport Neighborhood. Home Also Features Wood Floors, Large Artist Studio (Easy Conversion To Another Bedroom), Finished Basement, Deck & Patio Overlooking Lush Garden Sanctuary.

35 Sound Rd, Greenport

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,404 SqFt
Delightful Greenport Cape located in a quiet neighborhood and just 9 houses away from a remarkable Long Island Sound beach and park. This home has hardwood floors, eat in kitchen, oversized living room and dining room , one bedroom and full bath on the first floor, upstairs there is 2 bedrooms , 1/2 bath, and lots of closet space. Quiet back yard with room for a pool.

213 & 215 North St, Greenport

7 Beds, 6 Baths, 3,376 SqFt
Greenport Village All New Two Family Residence with Covered Porches. Two separate residences with 4 bedrooms on the front house and 3 bedrooms on the back. Both have 2.5 baths, livingrooms with gas fireplaces, open concept living spaces. Private entry ways for each of the homes. Full open basement. Blocks away from parks, playground, shops and transportation.

214 Oak St, Greenport

3 Beds, 2 Baths,
Newly renovated vacation home in Greenport. New granite kitchen, new family room with fireplace, CAC, private yard, close to 6th Street Park/Beach, school playground/tennis and Village Shops. Easy commute by car, LIRR or Jitney.

41 Stirling Cove 41, Greenport

2 Beds, 2 Baths,
Fabulous Bay Water Front Rental In The Village. Stellar panoramic views, sited at private end with amazing water views all day and night. Stunning vistas of boats going by with twinkly lights, and the scenic island cottages across the bay. Full glass wall living room, covered balcony for sitting outside in all weather, master suite big water views too. Two bedrooms, two full baths, central air conditioning, laundry. Waterside heated pool,

126 Central Ave, Greenport

4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,400 SqFt
This 18th Century Greenport Traditional home is situated on a quiet tree lined street of Captains Homes. Currently a Legal 2 Family consisting of two 2 BR Water View units each with LR, EIK, and full bath. Large fenced yard perfect for entertaining or relaxing. Ideally located to take advantage of all the Village has to offer. Fine dining, shopping, Harbor Front Park, ferry service to Shelter Island and the South Fork, Hampton Jitney, LIRR

50 Sound Rd, Greenport

Beautiful LI Sound beach at the end of the road, vineyards in the back yard and short walk to the center of Greenport! What better spot to build your summer cottage. Older cottage and garage on the property that must be torn down.

55755 County Road 48, Greenport

4 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,700 SqFt
Rare opportunity to own a completely renovated 4 bedroom 4 bath Soundfront property with 180 degree views. This home was finished with the highest quality materials. It features an open floor plan with huge picture windows in the living room. Waterfront living doesnt get any better when you step out onto the expansive deck that wraps around the house. Step off the deck and onto the sand and enjoy your own private beach. It is a perfect house



The hamlet of Greenport, which is in the Town of Southold and is also home to the incorporated Village of Greenport, is the most popular and well-known hamlet on the North Fork of Long Island.

Because of its deep and protected harbor, Greenport was a major whaling and ship building port in the 18th and 19th Centuries. By the mid 1800s, the fishing industry employed thousands. The Long Island Railroad arrived in 1844 and was a driving force in the development of Greenport and the North Fork, as local farmers used the railroad to ship their harvest to markets. Greenport became an oyster hub in the early 1900s and, at one time, there were more than a dozen oyster factories.

As the oyster industry began to shrink, Greenport transformed itself once again and became one of the premiere vacation destinations on the eastern seaboard. Historic homes, a nod to Greenport’s rich past, line the streets and avenues of the small village which features many boutiques, shops, restaurants, B & B’s, hotels and even its own micro-brewery. Mitchell Park, overlooking historic Greenport Harbor, features a marina, an antique carousel and public dock space. The park is also home to free concerts and theatrical performances.

Throughout its long history, Greenport has been known by several different names, including Winter Harbor, Stirling, and Green Hill. At a public meeting in 1831, residents officially adopted the name Greenport.

The Village of Greenport is the North Fork’s only incorporated village. It has its own mayor, as well as its own water, sewer and electric. Beyond the borders of the Village there are sound- and bay-front beaches, both public and private, as well as many beautiful homes.

Greenport Kids attend the K-12 school on a campus located on the west end of the village.

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