Top Five Homes in the Priciest ZIP Code on the North Fork

On Forbes‘ annual list of the most expensive ZIP codes, Peconic’s 11958 came in at number 397 and was the only North Fork ZIP to break the top 500. With an inventory of just 26 homes for sale, the median price is $1,115,260, with an average time on the market of 112, according to Forbes.

3375 Indian Neck Lane

This bucolic 15-acre property with views of Richmond Creek features a 1,266-square-foot farmhouse with three bedrooms and one bathroom. There are also outbuildings for storage and other uses. Around the corner from a boat launch and on  a street surrounded by a green belt, vineyards and the bay, this tranquil property was originally built in 1930.

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This historic Victorian manor—named “The Belvedere” by its current owners after the intricate, laced-trimmed belvedere atop its roof—has been featured in decorator magazines, newspapers, HGTV, If Walls Could Talk, News 12 Long Island and numerous house tours. Originally constructed in the 1860s, the home has 11-foot hand-painted frescoed ceilings, hand-etched glass entry doors, hand-etched pocket doors in the formal parlor and stenciled walls. The Belvedere has undergone a major restoration. It has been an inn, a bed & breakfast and a private residence, and has zoning for certain commercial uses. The home sits on 2.1 acres with 4,500 square feet of interior space. There are seven fireplaces, four of which are in use, and cherrywood and pinewood flooring throughout stained in honey walnut tones. The first floor has two parlors with working fireplaces, a formal dining room, a gourmet eat-in kitchen, a bedroom/library and bath, a post-and-beam family room with gas fireplace and a traditional back staircase. The second floor has a master suite complete with a full-room-sized his and hers dressing room, an oversized marble bath with radiant heat and flooded with natural light. Two additional bedrooms and baths complete the second floor. The stand-up attic space offers a panoramic view of surrounding farmlands. There is a wine tasting room, a gym, an office and a brick-floored room suitable for a private country-style dining room. Outside a wrap-around porch provides traditional Victorian charm. The grounds are surrounded and enclosed by 100-foot evergreen trees and specimen trees. The property is landscaped with perennial gardens, shade trees, an herb garden, grape pergola, a 20-x-15-foot fish pond and a shaded brick patio. Trees on the property include tall shaggy oaks, maple and a 300-year-old copper beech tree that boasts a trunk with a diameter of more than 17 feet. A 53-x-26-foot Roman-style swimming pool is surrounded by 2,200 square feet of tumbled paver patio. There is a new 2,000-square-foot four-car garage with a loft space.

Goldsmith’s Inlet Area

This 5,000-square-foot colonial on 1 acre has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half-bath. The adjacent, undeveloped lot, is also for sale. The recently built home features a grand entry, a formal dining room, an open plan kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a spacious living room with a double fireplace, a sunroom, a small den and an en suite master bedroom—all on the first floor. There is a master suite upstairs plus additional bedrooms and an attic. The move-in ready house also has a full basement, an outdoor shower, propane heat and central air conditioning.

2600 Peconic Lane

This traditional built in 1920 is 2,000 square feet on 0.25 acres and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Located in the business district, the house has an eat-in kitchen, a living room with a gas fireplace, a dining room and a great room. The property also features a barn. In addition to being a residence, it could be a professional office or business.

Historic Farmhouse

This farmhouse on a half acre with a pool has four bedrooms, one full bathroom, and one half-bath. The residence has a living room, a dining room, a family room and more spacious ready to be customized to the new owner’s tastes and needs.