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Heritage at Cutchogue condo project moves forward with a new name

Architect's rendering of Harvest Pointe homes. Courtesy photo: Corcoran Group Real Estate

The Heritage at Cutchogue condominium project is moving forward and it has a brand new name: Harvest Pointe.

Developers have cleared approximately 19 acres north of Main Road in Cutchogue and are presently shifting trees around to make way for the 124-unit luxury 55+ community.

Project manager Henry Alia is confident that once the Board of Health is finished — they’re a little behind, he says —  the developers will be able to forge ahead with the town very quickly.

A brand new preview center opened last weekend in downtown Cutchogue in the former Capitol One bank building. The center is staffed by Harvest Pointe team members and representatives of Corcoran Group Real Estate, who will be handling sales.

The community will be built in phases with approximately 30 units per phase, said Alia.

The preview center in Cutchogue. Photo: Katharine Schroeder

And already there has been strong interest.

“We have quite a few people on the list already,” he said. “It been great talking to people from Cutchogue and Southold and Mattituck. Even people who opposed the project have stopped in to take a look.”

There will be three models to choose from ranging in price from approximately $685K to $815K, said Corcoran’s Sheri Winter Clarry.

The model houses are all named after plants native to Long Island: inkberry, laurel, juniper and holly.

“We had a lot of local people stop in; even couples who are friends have come in together,” she said.

Harvest Pointe is attracting people who want to downsize from larger family homes, are looking to become snowbirds or who are just looking to move to a community, she said.

The preview center is located at 28200 Main Road in Cutchogue and is open Thursday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Katharine is a writer and photographer who has lived on the North Fork for nearly 40 years, except for three-plus years in Hong Kong a decade ago, working for the actor Jackie Chan. She lives in Cutchogue. Email Katharine