Blending historic charm, modern upgrades, magnificent views, and all the trappings of a boater’s paradise is this tri-level Colonial listed for sale at 62 The Narrows in Oak Beach.

Built in 1924 on a 0.3-acre lot, this sought-after five-bedroom home has three and half bathrooms, 3,173 square feet of living space, and a 68-foot pier with a boat lift and dual boat slips in six to eight feet of water at low tide. The house overlooks the Fire Island Inlet.

The house features an eat-in kitchen with a center island, a dual fireplace in the formal dining room and living room, and a den. The upper-level master suite has a balcony with abundant views. The house comes equipped with central air conditioning. Outside it has a wraparound porch and 108 square feet of water frontage.

The property is located near oceanfront parks such as Overlook Beach, Cedar Beach and Robert Moses State Park on nearby Fire Island. It’s right off Ocean Parkway and about six miles from the Long Island Rail Road station in downtown Babylon. It is in the Babylon School District.

The asking price is $999,999, not including the annual property taxes of $27,337.

The real estate agents listed for the property are Steven Rainone and Irene Lockel of Netter Real Estate, Inc. They can be reached at 631-661-5100.

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