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June 29, 2022 Luxury Real Estate

East Haven shoreline ‘gem’ for sale at $3.75M

PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED 320 Cosey Beach Ave. in East Haven.

With views of Long Island Sound, a private sandy beach and more than 5,550 square feet of living and entertaining space, an East Haven home at 320 Cosey Beach Ave., is for sale.

Listed by Coldwell Banker Realty for $3.75 million, the 10-room beachfront estate sits on 0.53-acres of direct waterfront property. The town’s most recent appraisal valued the property at $1.3 million.

Its current owner is GIAC 320 LLC, which is controlled by Andrea Coppola, state records show.

Realtor Joseph Piscitelli said this East Haven estate is a “real gem.”

“It’s a great house for entertaining with lots of parking for cars and boats and its own beautiful sandy beach overlooking Long Island Sound,” Piscitelli said. “There’s a huge deck, too.”

Built in 2016, the home features its own elevator and has four bedrooms and five baths. The main level has an open floor plan featuring a 58-foot wide combo living/dining area with sliders to a 1,700-square-foot deck. There are 9-foot ceilings, 8-inch-wide oak floors, crown moldings and a fireplace.

The chef’s kitchen features a breakfast bar, granite counters, hardwood floors and island. Top-of-the-line appliances are included, featuring an eight-burner Wolf stove/oven, Wolf steamer, convection oven and custom cabinetry.

A walk-in wine cellar and home office complete the main level.

The next level features a master bedroom suite with gas fireplace, private deck, full bath with soaking tub, steam shower plus a large walk-in closet/dressing room with built-ins. There are three additional en-suite bedrooms for family and guests.

The home also features a six-car heated garage, whole-house generator, zoned central air and heat, heated walk-out basement, covered patio and public utilities.

Piscitelli said the home would appeal to waterfront enthusiasts, and it is a 14-mile boat trip across Long Island Sound to the Hamptons. It’s also close to New Haven, Yale University and the train, and 75 miles to New York City.

On the market for about three months, Piscitelli said he has shown the home a few times to interested buyers, with another couple of recent inquiries from New Yorkers.

As of late June, the property was still on the market.

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