Two Historic Estate Enclaves On Dam Pond Totaling 11 Acres

East Marion - Bequeathed to the Oysterponds Historical Society, these two Classic Shingle Style homes on adjacent parcels totaling 11 acres have recently received enormous attention from such publications as the New York Times commending the efforts of OHS to follow the vision of the donor to preserve the architectural integrity of the historic homes and the expansive grounds, one of which includes hundreds of feet of waterfront and borders on Dam Pond Preserve to the east and Peconic Land Trust to the north and west. One residence on approximately 4 acres is a 1900's Victorian with spacious principal rooms, 4 bedrooms, a charming barn/studio, and deeded access to Dam Pond. The second residence is adjacent to Dam Pond with generous sized living and dining areas, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, tranquil waterviews, wrap-around porch, a seaside outbuilding, and circular drive. Conservation easements to the south of both properties and east on Dam Pond enhance the privacy, and vistas of the open meadowlands, woodland, and natural habitat areas.

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