Bay Haven Beach Community in Southold
has a strong sense of community with the year round residents as well as the weekend home owners. The community has an active bocci ball tournament with the community and they have made this part of the weekend events so everyone intersted can enroll. This small bayfront community has spectacular views of Peconc Bay from the park area and the sandy bay beach. This is just one of the many popular private beach communties located on the North Fork of Long Island.
August Acres is one of the newly built sandy bay beach communities on the North Fork. Comprised of homes built in the late 1990's. The community has a nice selection of floor plans and have attracted second home buyers, retirement and local home owners. The August Acres homeowners association maintains a sandy bay beach for the residents with incredible views over Pipes Cove. This is the perfect location for sail boarding and kayaking. The residents of August Acres
have a private kayak station at the beach.
Peconic Bay Winery
CutchoguesÂ Peconic Bay Winery
Â is located just 2 minutes away from the popular Fleets Neck beach community.Â The winery offers entertainment every weekend throughout the season. My favorite in Bon Fire Friday Night. Admission is a bottle of wine, great group of friends hanging out in the comfortable chairs around the fire pits and shared stories...Â The vineyard has the most popular live bands playing throughout the weekend events all summer, fall and winter.
The winery offers the Nautique lineÂ is perfect for a day out on the beach or boat. If you are looking for a specific selection, take the time to visit the tasting room and try a flight on wines.Â The Peconic Bay Winery has been one of my top choices for years. A testament to the quality of wine and the experience at the winery is the popularity of the wine club. The wine club has been ranked as one of the best on the North Fork!
Mattituck residents have use of the Mattituck Park District beaches. The Veterans Park & Beach in Mattituck has one of the best locations in the district. The beach offers lifeguards during the high season, lots of sandy bay beach to claim your space and incredible views. The park also offers a playground, picnic tables, grilling stations, bocci ball courts and wide open field for your group games. Buying a home in Mattituck comes with many benifits, this is just one of them.
The residents and guests of Cutchogue and New Suffolk have access to the Nassau Point Park and beach. With a wide sandy bay beach and sandy beach on Broadwaters Cove this 19.5 acre park bridges Peconic Bay and Broadwaters Cove.Â The park offers picnic tables under a covered pavillion, volley ball court on the beach, lifeguards and more.Â This is a nice wide sandy beach with plenty of room to spread out and a nice coastline to walk the beach.
Fleets Neck Beach Community Attracts Vacation Home Purchasers.
6 homes were purchased in 2009 within the Fleets Neck Beach Community.Â One of the popular selections was an Asian Inspired waterfront retreat with a floating dock and tranquil views of the water.Â The community is known for the beaches and waterways and attracts those who are interested in spending the day at the beach, boating and kayaking on the water or fishing during the season.Â ThreeÂ of the homes offered small views of the water. The two that offered deeded rights to the water attracted a variety of home buyers.Â There are move in ready vacation homes for sale in Fleets Neck Cutchogue.
Many of these people were avid boaters and appreciated the access to the water. Two of the more popular homes that were sale in 2009 were steps away from the Cutchogue Harbor Marina.Â This marina is privately run and offers top notch service and very reasonable rates.Â
With the close proximity to Peconic Bay VineyardsÂ providing a year round host of events and activities and Brauns Seafood Market next door you have dining and entertainment two minutes from home.Â Come and explore and you will soon discover why it is one of the best beach communities on the North Fork.