A pristine 6 acre private island close to New York City is one sale for $2.5M


Why buy a mansion for millions when you can be the owner of a whole island? Leave the mansions behind and aim for something bigger and better than a concrete structure. A private island located in natures lap should do right? Plus it would also bring real enjoyment to social distancing. This six-acre island is located where Long Island Sound meets the historic Norwalk River in the heart of New England. It’s a haven of peace and tranquil that will prove to be the perfect place to rejuvenate in with nearly 6 acres of mesmerizing natural beauty and the most gorgeous property to rest and revel in. Copps Island is a short and scenic boat ride from Cove Marina in East Norwalk. Once on a boat, you are ready for your trip to paradise surrounded by the bluest waters and purest air, reprise from the hustle and bustle of daily life. If you live in New York City you should know that the island can be frequented every weekend as the hidden property is only about an hour-long commute from your home. Let’s talk about the property that will be your home on the island. Built in 1960, a charming three-bedroom, two bathrooms Victorian-influenced cottage sits pretty on the highest point of the island. It’s a lavish space flaunting floor to ceiling windows with exceptional views of the island and the water’s edge below. The presence of cathedral ceilings and a large, screened-in porch gives it a majestic vibe with space for casual dinners and taking in the sights and sounds of the island without sacrificing modern amenities.

Two additional bedrooms and a second full bath complete the home. Like what you just read? If interested to build yourself a home away from home that resembles a paradise then you’ve got yourself looking at damages that amount to nearly $2.5 million. The pristine island property is listed by Sotheby’s International Realty.

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[On sale at Sotheby’s]