The North Fork hamlet of Cutchogue, called ‘the New Nantucket’ because of its quaint Village Green and shingled historic homes, is one of the sunniest places in New York.
Vineyard enthusiasts agree that Cutchogue’s farmland is like the Bordeaux region of France in geography and climate which accounts for the numerous award-winning wines produced by the dozen or so vineyards, wine makers, and wineries in the area. Beyond wine, nature lovers enjoy Fort Corchaug and Downs Preserve, a historic nature preserve maintained by the Peconic Land Trust with beautiful ancient and undisturbed estuary ecology. The Old House, built around 1699 and a National Historic Landmark, is the oldest English-style house in hamlet and is noted as one of the best surviving examples of English domestic architecture in the United States.
Prestigious Nassau Point, where Albert Einstein once resided and learned to sail, is a peninsula in the Peconic Bay with fabulous beachfront estates a high bluff on the east side and rolling hillside and charming creeks on the west. Known for privacy and resident-access only beaches, Nassau Point's Fisherman's beach is among the North Fork's most picturesque beach house community in all North Fork real estate.
When house hunting Town & Country Real Estate on the North Fork of Long Island, New York has a property to show you in Cutchogue that fits your interests and North Fork lifestyle, whether it be a vacation home, summer rental, or investment property.