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1100 ft of the Best Beachfront on the North Fork! LIMITED AVAILABILITY THIS FALL
The master bedroom is on the first floor with it's own bath. Additional bedroom on first floor with pullout sofa with room for 2 kids on couch. 2 bedrooms upstairs, each sleeps 3; one of the rooms can fit an air mattress (provided) for a 4th person.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Events allowed - Small groups (under 10) permitted for daily visitsSmall groups (under 10) permitted for daily visits
Max guests: 10 - With air mattresses, 4 additional possible.With air mattresses, 4 additional possible.
Minimum age of primary renter: 27
- No outdoor fires
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About Mike Corso
My wife and I began coming out to the North Fork of Long Island when we were children. Our families lived in Roslyn LI and always looked forward to our annual visits to the beaches of the town of Southold 'way out near Orient Point'. Over 10 years ago, my wife and I and our sons began renting homes on the North Fork to be close to our extended family that resides in the area (Greenport, East Marion, and Cutchogue). In 2003, after searching for 4 years, we found and bought the most desirable place on earth, Breakwater (OK, I'm biased but you'll see). Since then, our summers have been filled with immeasurable joys and lifetime memories. But, for us, the fun doesn't end at Labor Day; we continue to travel (from Westchester, NY) throughout the Fall, Winter, and Spring for grand getaways at Breakwater.
Mike Corso purchased this house in 2003
Why Mike Corso chose Town of Southold Town
Breakwater is but 5 houses away from my brother's summer home on Beach Road, 2 miles from my sister's home on the Long Island Sound in Greenport, and a 1-mile swim to my wife's family in East Marion. Aside from close proximity to family, our property (as you can see from the aerial views) sits on a peninsula with 270 degree views of Peconic Bay and Greenport Harbor. The location, the land, and the privates beaches of Breakwater are nothing short of stunning.
What makes this house unique
Our 4 acres of land and beach afford us the opportunity to enjoy several unique sitting areas, each with a fabulous view of the Bay's never ending eye candy. Close proximity to the beautiful town of Greenport (and all of its shops and restaurants) is another added benefit. You are able to kayak 10-20 minutes across Greenport Harbor into town or you can walk, jog, bike, or drive 2 miles if that's your preference.