Down a quiet country lane in the historic maritime hamlet of New Suffolk is this delightful Dutch gambrel home. Period charm combines with modern amenities to create the perfect seaside retreat. Built by a master craftsman using reclaimed materials, the cedar shake clad structure seems to be from another era. Wide plank pine floors, stained glass windows, old brick and doors add to the vintage ambiance. The gracious living room with antique paneling surrounding a wood-burning fireplace leads to a spacious screened-in porch, a summer essential. The main floor also includes a den/guest room, powder room, formal dining room with the second wood-burning fireplace and an elegant butler's pantry with wine refrigerator leading to the stunning kitchen. Here, you'll find a sun-drenched space perfect for cooking and entertaining, soaring ceilings, a large center island, Wolf gas range, Jenn-Air refrigerator, ample cabinets and French doors leading to the bluestone patio. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a full bath. The lower level features a large room suitable for pool or ping pong and the third wood-burning fireplace. There is a built-in sound system throughout the house and for the outdoor entertaining area. The beautifully landscaped property includes a three-bay barn/garage with an attached studio and outdoor shower. There is natural gas heat, 200 amp electric service, central air, even an electric car charger. Best of all, Peconic Bay is at the end of the lane, and Schoolhouse Creek with its marina is around the corner. A piece of paradise, close to all the North Fork has to offer..