The North Fork's Most Expensive Real Estate Listings

Take a look at the top five priciest residential properties on the North Fork.

Are you in the market for a high-end home on the North Fork? Well, pick your poison: we've compiled a list of the most expensive real estate listings on the North Fork. Horse stables, tennis courts and more characterize these homes, all of which have one thing in common: waterfront views.

63615 Route 48, Greenport

  • Asking price: $7,000,000
  • Bed/bath: 11/9.5
  • Listing firm: Colony Realty
  • More: This listing is comprised of three parcels, totaling 7.8-acres in full on the north shore with 400 feet of Sound-front property.

55 Cox Neck Rd., Mattituck

  • Asking price: $5,400,000
  • Bed/bath: 6/7.5
  • Listing firm: Corcoran
  • More: Located on 37 acres, this 14,000-square foot estate features a 20-horse stall barn, an indoor riding arena, an indoor and outdoor pool, and more.

8871 Oregon Rd., Cutchogue

  • Asking price: $5,095,000
  • Bed/bath: 6/5.5
  • Listing firm: Pridential Douglas Elliman
  • More: Over 21 acres on the Long Island Sound highlights this property on the quiet Oregon Road.

805 Meadow Beach Rd., Cutchogue

  • Asking price: $4,200,000
  • Bed/bath: 5/4.5
  • Listing firm: North Fork Real Estate
  • More: Over 250 feet of waterfront on Nassau Point offers sweeping views of the Peconic Bay in this home that dates back to the 1920s.

14909 Main Rd., East Marion

  • Asking price: $3,950,000
  • Bed/bath: 6/5.5
  • Listing firm: Corcoran
  • More: This property features nearly nine acres and is located on Dam Pond. The 8.9 acres also comes with a 330 feet of a barrier beach that separates Dam Pond from the Long Island Sound.
Paul Silansky October 23, 2012 at 06:49 AM
ML#: 2535489 500 Beach Court, East Marion, NY •Asking price: $5,750,000 •Bed/bath: 7/6 •Listing firm: Prudential Elliman Real Estate / Paul Silansky / 860-305-7985 •More: Open, Roomy Beach House On Gardiners Bay Estates Lots 161-166 Combined. 180 Degree Water Viewswith 588 Feet Waterfront:370 Feet Sandy Bay-Front Beach, 100 Feet Bulk-Headed Bayside Yard, 125 Feet Channel Side Yard. Two Docks With Aluminum Ramps, Four Deep Water Protected Boats Slips, Large Waterfront Wrap-Around Decks, Main House, Guest Quarters, More... http://links.mlslirealtor.com/PublicWeb/CL.asp?link_no=11025800PRU50
Joan October 25, 2012 at 04:23 PM
Long Island used to produce potatoes a commodity that everyone could enjoy. Now those once fertile farms only provide second home shelter for billionaires. How sad.


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