Cottagecore gets a coastal spin at this bolthole in New York’s much-loved Fire Island Pines, and it comes with space to extend.
The three-bedroom New York property was built in 1960 and occupies a quiet spot surrounded by trees on Shore Walk – which is home to several other notable examples of Fire Island architecture.
Interiors embrace a rustic, mid-century style, with black ceiling beams, acres of wood panelling, and an open-plan space that spans a living room, kitchen and dining room. A wood-burning stove completes the aesthetic.
The Fire Island cottage has been well looked after, with only two owners since it was completed, however, the kitchen and bathroom fittings might benefit from a gentle update. There’s also scope to add to the home, with space on the lot for more rooms or a pool. Brown Harris Stevens has the listing with a guide price of $975,000.