William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty Lists Mystic Colonial On Long Island Sound

Property located in the private beach and boating community of Groton Long Point offers direct waterfront views

Mystic, Conn.– August 28, 2015 – William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty announced today that the firm has listed a direct waterfront Colonial home located in the private coastal community of Groton Long Point in Mystic, Conn. The residence, which enjoys surrounding views of Watch Hill and Fishers Island, is represented by Stamford agent Judy Mitchell and Old Lyme agent John Seidel, and offered at $2,595,000.

Groton Long Point is situated on a peninsula on the Long Island Sound in New London County, Conn. The neighborhood is comprised of approximately 550 homes, almost all with water and marsh views. Especially popular for summer residency, Groton Long Point is home to the GLP Yacht Club, which includes various activities and amenities available to residents such as swimming, tennis, sailing, social gatherings and more. Four beaches and two lagoons complete this seaside community.

159 South Shore Avenue boasts a contemporary Colonial style and direct waterfront views from almost every window in the three-bedroom, four-bath house. Built in 2008, the residence features various high-quality, custom details and finishes. In the gourmet kitchen, one will find Calcutta marble, glass-front custom cabinetry as well as top-of-the-line appliances. The living room and dining room both provide access to a deck, which overlooks far-reaching water views that extend all the way to Watch Hill, Rhode Island and New York’s Fisher Island. These views can also be seen through the interior’s many bay and Palladian widows. The lower level additionally contains a bedroom with two sets of custom bunk beds, a media room, office, sizable storage room, mudroom and easy access to a two-car garage. A custom crafted staircase and elevator lead individuals to the home’s second level, where there are three bedrooms, each with its own marble bath and walk-in, custom closet.

“This home is a hidden gem that epitomizes the ultimate beach lifestyle,” said Mitchell. “Its location in Groton Long Point is really interesting and beautiful, offering countless amenities and activities to do that make the most of Connecticut’s shoreline. Fall is the perfect time to shop for a luxury beach home, and I couldn’t be happier to be representing such a wonderful opportunity that is sure to make any beach lover’s dream come true.”

The waterfront home additionally provides opportunities for deep water mooring directly off the property, while the community’s GLP Yacht Club allows residential access to various coastal activities and neighborhood gatherings.

For more information on the property, located at 159 South Shore Avenue, please visit the firm’s website here.

About William Pitt and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty

Founded in 1949, William Pitt and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty manages a $3.3-billion-plus portfolio with more than 1,000 sales associates in 26 brokerages spanning Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Westchester County, New York. William Pitt and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty is the largest Sotheby’s International Realty(R) affiliate globally and the 28th-largest real estate company by sales volume in the United States. A full-service real estate firm headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, William Pitt and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty provides ancillary services including commercial services through its affiliation with Building and Land Technology, a second-generation development company based in Stamford, Connecticut; William Pitt Insurance Services; and an award-winning global relocation division. For more information, visit the website at williampitt.com.

Sotheby’s International Realty’s worldwide network includes approximately 17,000 sales associates located in approximately 800 offices throughout 61 countries and territories.

William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty Contact:

Judy Mitchell

Real Estate Agent




John Seidel

Real Estate Agent



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