The only thing more impressive than the far-reaching views of the Great South Bay is the abundance of privacy offered at 69 Lawrence Lane in Bay Shore, which is on the market.

This Tudor-style home with about 7,000-square feet of living space was built in 1922 on a 1.76-acre meticulously landscaped private peninsula that’s one and a third times the size of a football field in the sought-after Oconee Estates section of Bay Shore. With 900 feet of bulkhead and 100 feet of protected dock just a 10-minute voyage from the Fire Island Inlet, this house is the ultimate in waterfront living.

The five-bedroom home features six bathrooms, three half bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, two fireplaces, a guest suite, loft and a bar-equipped boat cottage. Outside, the house as a three-car garage, porch, patio and deck to soak up those vistas.

The house is less than a mile from the Bay Shore Long Island Rail Road station, a little more than a mile from Sunrise Highway and minutes from downtown Bay Shore, which is full of shops and restaurants. Nearby parks include Bay Shore Manor Park, Robert Moses State Park and the Southward Ho Country Club. The house is in the Bay Shore School District.

The asking price is $3,995,000, not including the $57,875 in annual property taxes.

The brokers listed for the property are Denise Voelker and Deborah Hauser of Daniel Gale Agency, Inc. They can be reached at 631-584-6600. 

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