Situated on a half acre of lush property, is this three bedroom, one and a half bath charmer. Glenview Hills is one of the best kept secrets in the Hamptons, boasting private beach and boat launch on the bay, a warm neighborhood with safe, cul-de-sac streets for outdoor activities, and close proximity to Cromer's Market, Morton's Wildlife Refuge, and Long Beach. The home is fully fenced with a back gate opening to a peaceful Hamlet to Hamlet hiking trail that extends from Sag Harbor to Southampton. Enjoy the sounds of the trees rustling as you enjoy a cup of coffee on your screened-in porch. The home itself is cozy with all new windows throughout and can be expanded if you so desire. There is room for a pool as well. Enjoy living in an inviting community tucked amongst the hills of North Sea.
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