No Fee, Newly Renovated Two Bedroom Apartment Available For Year Round Rent. Tucked Away Off The Street, Directly Across From The 75 Acre Arshamomaque Preserve. Brand New Kitchen Appliances, Washer And Dryer.
Newly Renovated 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home With Family Room, Deck And A Memorable Community Long Island Sound Beach Less Than A Half Mile Away. Central Air Conditioning. Gas Grill. Ld To End Of September $7,000 Or 10/15/18 To 5/15/19 At $3,000 Per Month.
Newly Renovated And Beautifully Decorated Craftsman Cottage Located Near The Heart Of Greenport. Fully Furnished With A Cozy Enclosed Front Porch, It's The Perfect Place To Relax And Enjoy Your Time On The North Fork. This Home Has All Of The Amenities Plus A Bbq! Situated Near The Jitney & Train As Well As The Many Wonderful Restaurants, Wineries And Beaches Of Greenport.
Coveted Greenport Village. Stellar Panoramic Views All Day And Night, Boats Going By, Ospreys Fishing, Charming Beach Cottages Across The Bay. Glass Wall Living Room Leads To Covered Balcony To Sit Outside In Any Weather, Master Suite Full Wall Window Views As Well. Heated Waterside Pool, Tennis Courts, Small Private Beach, Kayak Storage. Seaside Fun, Dining, Music, Dancing, Art Galleries, Easy Ferries To Hamptons And Conn. Your Best Summer
So Very Close To A Beautiful Bay Beach! 3 Bedrooms/ 2 Baths. 2 Large Decks And A Nice Yard. June $4K; July $5K; Or $1,750 Per Week With 2 Week Minimum. Off Season (May Or Labor Day To End September, October) $3,000 Or $1,000 Per Week With 2 Week Minimum.
Charming 1940S Rustic Cottage In Peconic Bay Estates. Walk To Public Beach. Watch The Sun Rise And Set Overlooking Shelter Island And Shelter Island Sound All Summer Long. Two Bedroom, 1 Bath, Living Room And Eat-In-Kitchen. Lovely Outdoor Patio Space Great For Summer Entertaining. Bikes And Kayaks Available. Ideal Spot For Kayak Enthusiasts. Close To Greenport And Southold Towns And Public Beaches.
Enjoy Summer In This 3 Bedroom Classic 1960S Beach House In A Peaceful Waterfront Enclave. 200 Ft Of Private Deeded Bay Beach. Large Sun-Filled Great Room Creates A Perfect Space For Relaxing & Entertaining While Enjoying Dazzling Water Views Of Peconic Bay. Close To Nf Restaurants, Vineyards Farm Stands & Beaches. Cac. Inquire About Off-Season
Greenport Seasonal Two Bedroom Mid-Century Cottage With Cheery Rooms, Period Decor, Outdoor Shower, And Rear Deck. Weber Grill, Chiminea. Kitchen Equipped With Barista Worthy Expresso Machine. Nearby Kontokosta Vineyard, Beaches, Both Bay And Sound, And The Hub Of Greenport Village. Bicycles For Exploring Farmstands, Vineyards Of Wine Country, And Many Boutique Shops.
Call The Historic Maritime Village Of Greenport Home. Reserve This Vintage West Dublin Craftsman Style Home For The Season And Explore The Charms Of The North Fork Of Long Island, Ny. Moments To Bay Beach. Granite Kitchen, Sparkling Bathrooms, And Hardwood Floors Throughout. Ferry, Railroad, And Jitney Just Two Blocks From Home. Md-Ld $25,800. Other Terms Available As Well
Experience The History Of Greenport From This Vintage Classic Waterview Home Overlooking Stirling Basin. A Serene Setting With Main Level Bedroom, Plus Two Additional Upstairs. Dining Room, And Den. Updated Kitchen With Washer/Dryer. Covered Garden Pergola. Plenty Of Outdoor Yard Space. Most Convenient To Heart Of Greenport Village Dining, Shoppes, Marinas, And Beaches.
Spacious Contemporary Ranch. Open Plan. 3Bed/2Ba. Family Room W/Fireplace & Sliders To Back Deck. Large Yard. Corner Property W/Privacy. Deeded Beach Rights To Pipes Cove. Coastal Living, Close To All Greenport & North Fork Has To Offer.
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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