Cubby Hole Farm is a classic saltwater farm on North Haven in a beautiful setting with 29± acres, historic buildings and spectacular broad views. The landscape includes fields surrounded by forest with well-maintained gardens, idyllic outdoor spaces, rock walls, a charming farm pond, and approximately 2,439± feet of frontage on the tidal Cubby Hole. The main house, believed to be one of the oldest houses on North Haven, has been beautifully restored and improved and is in excellent condition. The property also includes a substantial, new post-and-beam barn, an in-ground lap pool, a separate guest house with private entrance, versatile outbuildings and a water’s edge boat house with a dock.
The Cubby Hole Farm was originally built by Cushing Thomas, the youngest son from a family that moved from Marshfield, MA to North Haven, and established around 1795. The property has a rich agricultural history and it was actively farmed until the early 1960s. The Cubby Hole is a very protected, tidal cove that empties into the scenic Fox Islands Thorofare. There are excellent beachcombing opportunities and interesting wildlife activity as the tide ebbs; and there is good water for kayaking, swimming, or access for larger boats on the incoming tide.
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