Avid boaters and beach lovers alike are bound to let their dreams set sail while at this incredible Colonial estate, situated in one of Westchester County’s most protected waterfront locations, where the cove meets the Long Island Sound. The unique residence, which contains seamlessly blended sea vessel features in its unique architectural style, peacefully rests in the surrounding coastal beauty of Mamaroneck, NY and is listed by Larchmont agent Willoughby Dobson and Rye agent Fran Klingenstein for $5,450,000.
Constructed in 1924, the unique seaside residence is located on over an acre of beautiful waterfront land. Because of this prime spot, the home enjoys panoramic water views all year round from within its distinctive “ship-shape” Colonial-style structure. Perhaps its most notable space is the residence’s original yacht-like Captain’s Room, constructed in 1928 by a boat builder. This spacious room has been meticulously maintained by the home’s current owners, who had it refurbished by the same architect who previously contributed to the reconstruction of the Larchmont Yacht Club approximately 10 years ago.
With its prime location and up-to-date capabilities, this luxurious lifestyle estate offers many recreational opportunities, some of which include a private dock, deep water mooring for a 40-foot boat, a man-made beach, rock climbing wall and more. Spend the day soaking up the sun and then cool off with a scenic boat ride off your very own dock—life doesn’t get much better than that! Numerous decks and patios, as well as quality home features such as a formal dining room, luxurious master bath, granite countertops and hardwood flooring throughout, complete the five-bedroom, five-full-bath home.
“This property offers an exciting, exclusive beachfront paradise, just 30 minutes from New York City,” said Fran Klingenstein. “Its location is unbeatable and offerings superb—perfect for luxurious living on the coast.”
“Any avid boater will be amazed by the opportunities presented at this stunning waterfront estate,” said Willoughby Dobson. “It’s a boater’s ultimate dream home, with ideal conditions for setting sail and taking in the fresh sea breeze, combined with unique coastal characteristics built into the home.”
For more information on the property, located at 1248 Greacen Point Road, visit the firm’s website here.