As Halloween approaches, revelers and tourists are often drawn to spooky hotspots across the country filled with folklore, mystique and unanswered mysteries. From Salem, Massachusetts to Sleepy Hollow in New York’s Hudson Valley, fright seekers are drawn out hoping to catch a thrill of the paranormal. And this year they might just find their dream home along the way!
Savvy buyers in the crowd will notice an architectural masterpiece, perched on the Southernmost point of Amityville’s most famous street.
Amityville NY, located in the Town of Babylon in Long Island’s Suffolk County, is among one of the favorite destinations, made famous as the site of The Amityville Horror House, where one of Long Island’s true horror stories occurred in the 1970’s. The infamous house, located on Ocean Avenue, became the subject of a best-selling book and film.
As the village of Amityville has become embedded into the pop culture canon, folks from all over continue to flock to Ocean Avenue during the month of October, taking pictures in front of the infamous home, and traveling down to the end of the street. Once there, visitors are taken by the stunning waterfront location and the beauty of the surrounding homes.
Savvy buyers in the crowd will notice an architectural masterpiece, perched on the Southernmost point of Amityville’s most famous street, and quickly recognize a dream opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind home, located on the waterfront in this quaint, historic and charming village.
356 Ocean Avenue, a grand six bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home is listed for sale at $2,499,000 million with Elliman’s Sherry Cutillo.
Built in 2015, this 6,000 square foot home is the epitome of quality and design, with open, sweeping views of the Great South Bay and Gilgo Beach. Breathtaking sunrises can be enjoyed from almost every room. Guests are welcomed into the home through a fabulous two-story foyer with 20 foot vaulted ceilings and a grand staircase.
Set against views of the open bay is a spacious den with a Limestone, wood-burning fireplace. A spacious chef’s kitchen features marble and Brazilian wood countertops and island, along with top-of-the-line Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. The connectivity of the kitchen, dining and family room overlooking the backdrop of the Great South Bay, is perfect for entertaining, and a wine collector’s dream is found in the 1,200 bottle, temperature controlled wine room.
The home is poised to enjoy boating, kayaking and paddling off of the 150 foot bulkhead with private, 30 foot boat slip. All of this conveniently and centrally located less than an hour away from NYC and the Hamptons, and easily accessible to both JFK and LaGuardia Airports for international travel.
Perhaps, not so spooky, after all.[/su_spacer]