This grand Center Hall Colonial on Lucinda Drive offers spectacular views of the Great South Bay, making it a prime location for boaters and those looking for a piece of waterfront property.

Custom built in 2004, the 5,000-square-foot home boasts an open floor plan with high ceilings, crown moldings, hardwood floors and a princess staircase. The first floor has a gourmet eat-in kitchen with a 17-foot center island, butler’s pantry, formal dining room, living room with fireplace, mudroom and two en-suite bedrooms with walk-in closets. The second story includes a Great Room, a spacious master suite with fireplace, full bath and walk-in  closet, two additional bedrooms, and Bonus Room with fireplace, bar and billiards room with water views.

“Three of the five bedrooms have their own private bathroom,” says Realtor Diane Betz of Eric G. Ramsay Jr. Associates, LLC., “It’s an amazing home. An entertainer’s delight. I also love all the attention to detail.”

The home is listed at $1,250,0000, recently reduced from its original asking price of $1,450,000. The last two recent sales on the cul-de-sac were $1,750,00 and $1,650,000.

For those who like to entertain, the outdoor space has a covered mahogany deck with outdoor lighting. It also has a 105-foot Navy bulkhead on a deep-water canal and a dock with 200-amp electric and water. That is plenty of space to accommodate a large boat.

“The sellers have a 48-foot Viking with a bubble system, which allows you to keep your boat [in the water] all year round,” Betz says.

Located in the Paradise Point section of the village, the home is within walking distance to the quaint downtown filled with a variety of restaurants, boutiques and shops. Argyle Park is nearby, as is the Long Island Rail Road train station and many of the area beaches.

“It’s a huge boating community,” says Betz. “Everyone enjoys sightseeing on the canals and then heading to the beach for dinner.”

The listing agent is Diane Betz, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Eric G. Ramsey Jr. Associates, LLC, mobile 631-241-0298; office 631-665-1500 at dbetz@ericramsay.com

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