Experience North Sea Beach Colony in this charming cottage just steps from the beach. Enjoy the 5 seater spa after a day on the water. This 2 bedroom- plus bonus room, sleeps 6 comfortably. There are 3 full baths and an awesome outdoor shower. The kitchen is renovated with high-end appliances, marble countertops, and all the amenities. The living areas have wood flooring throughout, the beds have luxury linens, and the home is immaculately decorated. Drive the back roads to the U.S. Open or the Hamptons Classic. Everything you need for an awesome family vacation.
- Cottage1702 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay14 nights
Beach Cottage - 128 Feet to private beach & no traffic light between you and S
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- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Nov 7, 2018
About Chantal Wienecke
We currently reside in Washington, DC and summer at this home. We grew up on Long Island and in Denver, Colorado.
Chantal Wienecke purchased this Cottage in 1945
Why Chantal Wienecke chose Southampton
Our family has owned this home since the 1950's. Through three generations this home has brought warm happy memories that never fade. This one-of-a-kind community is one where homes pass from generation to generation as families don't want to lose this piece of paradise. Drive the back roads to the Hampton Classic in no time!
What makes this Cottage unique
The salt air off the bay, afternoons at the beach, beautiful sunsets over Robin's Island and the quiet, quiet evenings. All 10 minutes from Historic Southampton Village and the ocean beaches.
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100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
North Sea (originally called Nord Sea) and Noyac are made up of a chain of bay front communities that rim the waterways of the Great Peconic Bay and Little Peconic Bay and their tributaries. Miles and miles of protected wild life preserve link the grassy wetlands and calm, slow moving canals identify this area for the visitor. Waterfowl, wild turkeys, commorants, and Long Island ducks populate these grasslands in abundance. Here, in the Wonderland of the Hamptons, and among some of the most fragile and beautiful land of the area, cottages were built with a style long gone.