Rental PERMIT# 19L-0012. Tucked on a hill and hidden from view, this immaculate traditional on 1.19 +/- acres overlooking Fresh Pond has a sense of seclusion and tranquility, with prevailing southwest breezes and sunsets as a welcome backdrop. Well thought-out in every way, with double-height ceilings and fireplace in the living room, an efficient kitchen with dining area and barbecue deck overlooking the water. The first floor also offers a master bedroom with spa-like bath. The second floor has two bedrooms, one with twin beds. There is a hot tub and a wonderful screened gazebo for those lazy days with a good book or entertaining by the water. A path leads to steps to Fresh Pond, one of Shelter Island's great treasures. Two week rental minimum. Rental Permit# 19L-0012
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