Homes for Sale on the North Fork and Shelter Island

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Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties:

• In Peconic, N.Y., a four-bedroom, two-bath house built in 1930 with a back patio with a deepwater dock on an estuary leading to Peconic Bay, and a mature, well-manicured garden, on .25 acres.

• In Baiting Hollow, N.Y., a two-bedroom, one-bath, rustic fishing cottage built in 1928 and owned by the same family for three generations, with wood-paneled ceilings and unimpeded views of the Long Island Sound, on a .12 acre lot.

• On Shelter Island, N.Y., a two-bedroom, two-bath, wood-sided house built in 1972 and designed in a curving shape like a nautilus shell, with a conversation pit, a gunite pool, a cabana and a shared pond, on 2.3 acres.

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