Greenport’s West Dublin neighborhood was named after the Irish rail workers who settled there after the Long Island Rail Road tracks were laid out. Just a short walk from the ferry, the Hampton Jitney stop, Main Street, and sandy beaches, the neighborhood is now decorated with vibrant green trees and summer flowers.
Greenport has remained true to its unique historical charm while moving beyond the economic challenges it experienced in recent decades, and it mirrors a true East Coast port village. The deep-water port was established when fishing and whaling vessels coming back from long journeys would anchor at its docks.
Currently, real estate agency Douglas Elliman has two listings on the market in West Dublin.
Elliman’s Paul Loeb is the listing agent for what the agency calls a “sweet arts-and-crafts bungalow.” Located next to the synagogue on Fourth Street, the three-bedroom, two-bath home has two floors, a finished basement, and a deck around an in-ground pool — a Greenport rarity. The home even has a fireplace and central air conditioning. To learn more, visit www.elliman.com/long-island/515-4th-street-greenport-rzxjlqq.
Nearby, Elliman agent Jill Dunbar is representing a farmhouse on Wiggins Street. The newly and completely renovated home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a back deck, fenced back yard, and an eat-in kitchen with a pantry. For more information visit www.elliman.com/long-island/506-wiggins-street-greenport-arzoyal.