Captree Island Home With 360-degree Views Asks $2.3M


The 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean, Fire Island Inlet, Great South Bay and Robert Moses Causeway bridges are one-of-a-kind at this recently renovated Captree Island home that is listed for sale.

Built in 2001 and remodeled this year, this contemporary home features a ground-level deck, second-story balcony and a spiral staircase leading to a rooftop widow walk. For maximum enjoyment of its waterfront location, it also has its own 100-foot sandy beach, 190-feet of water frontage and enough deep-water dock space for eight boats located right on the State Boat Channel.

The four-bedroom home comes equipped with three and a half bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen and a living room/dining room combo with a fireplace and 25-foot ceiling. The house, which is elevated 13 feet, also has an attached two-car garage. The 36,670-square-foot property—two thirds the size of a football field—has enough room to add a pool and tennis court.

The property is located a little more than a mile from Robert Moses State Park, which is on the western tip of Fire Island, and one block from Captree State Park, a popular fishing destination. It’s also less than five miles from the Babylon Long Island Rail Road station and located in the Babylon School District.

The asking price is $2,300,000, not including the annual property taxes of $28,870.

The broker listed for the property is Eric Ramsay of Eric G. Ramsay, Jr., Associates, LLC. He 4 65 76 97 79 710 711 712 714 615 6can be reached at 631-665-1500. 1 72 73 716 617 619 5

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