Nestled in between the north and south forks on the east end of Long Island, New York, Shelter Island is a 12 square mile island reachable only by ferries, private boats and seaplanes. Comprised of wetlands, forest, and beaches, one-third of Shelter Island is set aside as nature preserve. It remains to this day one of the last great beach towns in the United States
A hidden gem at the end of its own peninsula, Congdon’s Point is a 5 bedroom, 6 1/2 bathroom waterfront home that is beautifully designed, fully furnished, and perfectly equipped for summer vacations, family holidays, restorative retreats, weddings, and private events. The property offers sweeping water views in every direction from Coecles Harbor – which leads to Gardiner's Bay and the Atlantic Ocean – to Reel Point and the Mashomack Preserve.
This is the perfect base camp to explore Shelter Island, the Hamptons, the North Fork, and entire east end of Long Island by land or by boat.