For $2.4M, this harborside Southampton cottage comes with a private beach

Posted On Thu, April 29, 2021 By

Posted On Thu, April 29, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Hamptons

All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

This available three-bedroom home is much more low-key than your typical beachfront Hamptons property. Located at 278 Towd Point Road in the Southampton hamlet of North Sea, the storybook cottage faces the North Sea Harbor and has its own private beach. Asking $2,350,000, the single-family home also has two outdoor decks, ideal for entertaining and enjoying the serene views.

Inside, white walls and pine hardwood floors keep things rustic but in a modern way. Earthy neutrals are found throughout the first-floor living space, which includes a family room, sleek chef’s kitchen, and two places to dine.

According to the listing, the home, built in 1991, was renovated by Heiberg Cummings Design, a New York- and Oslo-based interior design firm with many Hamptons projects in their portfolio.

Two bedrooms and two baths can be found on the first level, with the master suite taking up the entire second floor of the home. The main bedroom, like most of the rooms, takes advantage of its location with a private elevated deck overlooking the harbor and the nearby nature preserve.

And with any beachfront home, the outside space is key. The lower level patio features enough space for a large dining table, perfect for sunset watching and al fresco happy hour.

Tucked away on the top of the South Fork, the community of North Sea is located far enough away from the usual Hampton scene that it maintains its tranquility, but still maintains easy access to the rest of the peninsula.

[Listing details: 278 Towd Point Road by Kyle Rosko and Marcy Braun for Douglas Elliman]

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