Rental Permit #19-002.This wonderful turn of the century brick barn offers a bit of Shelter Island history with all modern amenities. As part of an old estate, this is located on a quiet lane, approximately 2.5 blocks from a southern facing sandy beach. The first floor has an open living and dining area with an efficiently planned kitchen immediately adjacent. The sunroom which also serves as an office is right off the main room. There is an en-suite guest bedroom off the living room and a second en-suite bedroom with separate entrance and dedicated garden off the rear. The second floor has a third guest bedroom with two twin beds and a master suite with full bath. There is a covered veranda overlooking the lawn as well as a relaxation area in the front of the house.
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