Listing agent Anthony Gandolfo of Rice Realty Group calls 149 South Country Road “a South Shore masterpiece with modern conveniences, old world charm and pride of ownership throughout.”
It’s also nestled among two acres in East Patchogue.
The John Adams Center Hall colonial was built around 1918, and has only housed three families since. But don’t let it’s age fool you; the house has been restored to reflect its original beauty, however with all the conveniences of a modern world. And that yard! (Scroll down for more photos.)
There are also gardens and a koi pond on the property, which sits between Bellport and Patchogue.
“A spectacular home located right in between two spectacular villages,” Gandolfo says.
More details inside include push button lights, original picture molding, oak and mahogany flooring with inlay, and solid mahogany interior doors with crystal knobs.
Double sets of French doors lead out to a screened in porch with slate floor, so you could sip your morning coffee alone and bird-watch, or chat with guests while you’re surrounded by the gardens.
There’s also a modern kitchen and large, formal dining room. And behind the main house is a neat guest/pool house, as well as a fully functional Burnham greenhouse.
The asking price is $1.25 million. Click here for the full listing. Scroll down for more photos.