RR# 2021-L-55. New to the rental market! This Shelter Island Heights farmhouse, located a stone's throw from shops, fine dining, marina, yacht club, golf, tennis, beach and ferry, exudes charm and a sense of history. Sitting in the screened porch, whether dining or just relaxing, experience country life while watching boaters, enjoying sunset reflections and just taking it all in. The foyer leads to a spacious main room which runs the depth of the home and which has a living and dining area. This leads to a family room which is adjacent to the kitchen and full bath. Above the kitchen is an office/bedroom. The second floor has three additional bedrooms and hall bath. Just across the lane is a dock. Sweet and so very charming throughout!
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