Real Estate

Peach Lake House for Sale

Posted May 29, 2018 By Paula Krupp

Listing Stats

Nestled between Peach Lake and Pehquenakonck Country Club, this home sits on a quiet Cul De Sac.  This home offers beautiful views of Peach Lake and the golf course. 

This house has a dramatic Great room with vaulted ceilings. wood burning stone fireplace and hardwood floors throughout, updated bathrooms and kitchen with Jenn Air Range, Bosch dishwasher as well as newer refrigerator and washer/dryer.

A shady deck with gas grill hook up is located to enjoy the breeze off Peach Lake.  There is lake access from the property via a right of way that you may install a dock and keep your motorboat, sunbath, fish or swim from.

In 2015 major renovations included a new energy efficient heating system, plumbing fixtures, hardwood floors, interior and exterior paint as well as a new roof.

Bloomerside Cooperative offers a community setting with the country club, playground, basketball courts, and pavilion.  The pavilion, available for community socials and private rentals offers a wonderful sandy shore beach on Peach Lake and shaded deck and game room.

North Salem Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in North Salem, NY. It has 1,116 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1

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