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Bluepoint Real Estate

Blue Point is part of the Brookhaven Patent from King Charles II, first settled by people in Setauket in 1655. Bayport in Islip is separated from Blue Point in Brookhaven Town by Namkee Creek.

The southwest part of Brookhaven where Blue Point is located was not settled by the early colonists, and in 1664 Governor Winthrop of Connecticut purchased from Tobaccus, chief sachem of the Unkechaug Indians, all the land on the south shore from Blue Point to Bellport, and extending north to the middle of the island. This purchase was confirmed by a Patent from Edmund Adros, governor of Colonial New York, in 1680.

In 1752, a Humphret Avery, from New London, Connecticut, purchased what is now Blue Point and Patchogue, from the Winfhrop family, for 2600 pounds (about $6000 in today's money). Humphrey Avery was in need of money to pay his debts, and received permission from the governor to sell his land in a Lottery. The property was pided into 36 plots. 8000 lottery tickets were printed selling at 30 shillings each. The lottery was widely advertised. The drawing was made in June 1758 and was such a success that Avery was not only able to pay off all his debts, but he also bought back Blue Point and parts of Patchogue.

The oldest dwelling in Blue Point is the old Joseph Avery homestead built in 1812 on the north side of what is now Middle Road just west of Boylan Lane.The name Blue Point is supposed to have originated from the bluish haze that settles over the point of land extending into the bay at Blue Point. During the Revolution the harbor at Blue Point was a major shipping point for British vessels to send to New York, lumber, food, and other supplies that they obtained from this part of Long Island. The British ships in Blue Point were raided several times by American rebels from Connecticut.

In 1815 Mr. Avery planted some oyster seed in the bay bottom off Blue Point. They turned out to be quite plentiful and the best tasting oysters in the bay and were much desired.  Soon all oysters in the bay came to be called Blue Points. An interesting by-product of the Blue Point Oysters is their tough shells which were used to pave early country roads that joined the many farming communities along the South Shore 

The oldest church is the Baptist Church built in 1865.  The first school was built in 1871. Blue Point and Bayport became one school district in 1952.  

When the railroad came through Blue Point in 1869, Blue Point became a very popular summer resort. Among the large hotels were the South Bay House, now the Ursuline Home, the Avery Five Mile Look on the bay, with a popular bathing beach, the Monterey Hotel and the Hallett House, and the Bayport House, now a Nursing Home.

Conveniently located at the end of Nichols Road, it offers quick and easy access to the Ronkonkoma train station, the Long Island Expressway and Long Island's north shore within close proximity to Port Jefferson and the ferry's connecting Long Island with Bridgeport Connecticut.

Home to the Ursline Convent, Corey Beach, a local town beach and marina on the great South Bay and a housing market from starter homes and cottages to waterfront mansions.

Blue Point is part of the Brookhaven Patent from King Charles II, first settled by people in Setauket in 1655. Bayport in Islip is separated from Blue Point in Brookhaven Town by Namkee Creek.

The southwest part of Brookhaven where Blue Point is located was not settled by the early colonists, and in 1664 Governor Winthrop of Connecticut purchased from Tobaccus, chief sachem of the Unkechaug Indians, all the land on the south shore from Blue Point to Bellport, and extending north to the middle of the island. This purchase was confirmed by a Patent from Edmund Adros, governor of Colonial New York, in 1680.

In 1752, a Humphret Avery, from New London, Connecticut, purchased what is now Blue Point and Patchogue, from the Winfhrop family, for 2600 pounds (about $6000 in today's money). Humphrey Avery was in need of money to pay his debts, and received permission from the governor to sell his land in a Lottery. The property was pided into 36 plots. 8000 lottery tickets were printed selling at 30 shillings each. The lottery was widely advertised. The drawing was made in June 1758 and was such a success that Avery was not only able to pay off all his debts, but he also bought back Blue Point and parts of Patchogue.

The oldest dwelling in Blue Point is the old Joseph Avery homestead built in 1812 on the north side of what is now Middle Road just west of Boylan Lane.The name Blue Point is supposed to have originated from the bluish haze that settles over the point of land extending into the bay at Blue Point. During the Revolution the harbor at Blue Point was a major shipping point for British vessels to send to New York, lumber, food, and other supplies that they obtained from this part of Long Island. The British ships in Blue Point were raided several times by American rebels from Connecticut.

In 1815 Mr. Avery planted some oyster seed in the bay bottom off Blue Point. They turned out to be quite plentiful and the best tasting oysters in the bay and were much desired.  Soon all oysters in the bay came to be called Blue Points. An interesting by-product of the Blue Point Oysters is their tough shells which were used to pave early country roads that joined the many farming communities along the South Shore 

The oldest church is the Baptist Church built in 1865.  The first school was built in 1871. Blue Point and Bayport became one school district in 1952.  

When the railroad came through Blue Point in 1869, Blue Point became a very popular summer resort. Among the large hotels were the South Bay House, now the Ursuline Home, the Avery Five Mile Look on the bay, with a popular bathing beach, the Monterey Hotel and the Hallett House, and the Bayport House, now a Nursing Home.

Conveniently located at the end of Nichols Road, it offers quick and easy access to the Ronkonkoma train station, the Long Island Expressway and Long Island's north shore within close proximity to Port Jefferson and the ferry's connecting Long Island with Bridgeport Connecticut.

Home to the Ursline Convent, Corey Beach, a local town beach and marina on the great South Bay and a housing market from starter homes and cottages to waterfront mansions.

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  • Enjoy South Shore Suffolk County Living In Beautiful Blue Point! Water-Views Galore With Patchogue Bay In Your Backyard. Beautifully Renovated Waterfront Home With An Inviting Open Floor Plan, Wood Floors, Ss Appliances & Much, Much More! A 2 Car Attached Garage With Abundant Storage Space. You Can't Let This One Get Away!
    $469,500
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    ML# :3066054   Enjoy South Shore Suffolk County Living In Beautiful Blue Point! Water-Views Galore With Patchogue Bay In Your Backyard. Beautifully Renovated Waterfront Home With An Inviting Open Floor Plan, Wood Floors, Ss Appliances & Much, Much More! A 2 Car Attached Garage With Abundant Storage Space. You Can't Let This One Get Away!
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  • Good Investment J2 Zoning Property In Blue Point With Shy 1, 000 Sqft Free Standing Building With Great Visibility And Sidewalks On Montauk Highway For Retail Stores/Shops/Art Gallery/Nursery Or Garden Center/Office With Proper Permits And A Quaint 2 Bedroom 1 Bath 1.5 Story Cape That Offers Living Room W/Fireplace, Eat In Kitchen/Dining Room, Full Basement W/Ose To Fenced In Backyard In Bayport Blue Point Sd.
    $425,000
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    ML# :3069814   Good Investment J2 Zoning Property In Blue Point With Shy 1, 000 Sqft Free Standing Building With Great Visibility And Sidewalks On Montauk Highway For Retail Stores/Shops/Art Gallery/Nursery Or Garden Center/Office With Proper Permits And A Quaint 2 Bedroom 1 Bath 1.5 Story Cape That Offers Living Room W/Fireplace, Eat In Kitchen/Dining Room, Full Basement W/Ose To Fenced In Backyard In Bayport Blue Point Sd.
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  • Beautifully Renovated, This Home Was Lifted And Redone In 2018 (Original Build 1935). Quiet Street, Spacious Front Porch, Hw Floors, New Kitchen And Baths! Flood Insurance Under $500/Year And Transferrable. Enjoy Deeded Beach Rights For Beach At End Of Clearview, W/Private Assoc. Fees Approx. $100/Year! Natural Gas To House From Street Provides Gas Cooking! Plumbing In The Walls Of Upper Great Room If Needed. Upper Has 2 Individual Units For Cac/Heat.
    $399,000
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    ML# :3093046   Beautifully Renovated, This Home Was Lifted And Redone In 2018 (Original Build 1935). Quiet Street, Spacious Front Porch, Hw Floors, New Kitchen And Baths! Flood Insurance Under $500/Year And Transferrable. Enjoy Deeded Beach Rights For Beach At End Of Clearview, W/Private Assoc. Fees Approx. $100/Year! Natural Gas To House From Street Provides Gas Cooking! Plumbing In The Walls Of Upper Great Room If Needed. Upper Has 2 Individual Units For Cac/Heat.
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  • Beautifully Renovated 3 Bedroom Ranch Plus Legal 1 Bedroom Accessory Apartment. Main Level Offers New Kitchen And Bath, Refinished Hardwood Floors, Freshly Painted, New Molding, Newer Appliances, Laundry. Second Level Offers Roomy Living Area, Eat-In-Kitchen, Bedroom And Full Bath With Large Wood Deck. Private Location Backing Greenspace. One Car Garage, Newer Cesspool And Roof. Many Possibilities. Bayport/Blue Point School District.
    $395,000
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    ML# :3085321   Beautifully Renovated 3 Bedroom Ranch Plus Legal 1 Bedroom Accessory Apartment. Main Level Offers New Kitchen And Bath, Refinished Hardwood Floors, Freshly Painted, New Molding, Newer Appliances, Laundry. Second Level Offers Roomy Living Area, Eat-In-Kitchen, Bedroom And Full Bath With Large Wood Deck. Private Location Backing Greenspace. One Car Garage, Newer Cesspool And Roof. Many Possibilities. Bayport/Blue Point School District.
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  • This Charming Colonial Offers A Lg. Family Rm. Or Master Br On 1st Flr. The Kit. Has Stainless Steel Appliances & Is Open To The Dining Rm., Updated 1/2 Bath Plus Hardwood Floors & Anderson Windows. New Roof In 2013. It Is Minutes To Beaches, Marina, Fishing & More! Needs Tlc Bring Your Vision.
    $395,000
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    ML# :2985915   This Charming Colonial Offers A Lg. Family Rm. Or Master Br On 1st Flr. The Kit. Has Stainless Steel Appliances & Is Open To The Dining Rm., Updated 1/2 Bath Plus Hardwood Floors & Anderson Windows. New Roof In 2013. It Is Minutes To Beaches, Marina, Fishing & More! Needs Tlc Bring Your Vision.
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  • Charming Ranch In Beautiful South Blue Point. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bth, Eik, Fireplace. Boaters Delight, A Minute To The Water With Deeded Boat Slip And Private Beach Community. Academy St Elementary
    $379,000
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    ML# :3095026   Charming Ranch In Beautiful South Blue Point. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bth, Eik, Fireplace. Boaters Delight, A Minute To The Water With Deeded Boat Slip And Private Beach Community. Academy St Elementary
    Call Today: (631)563-1616 , (800)236-8827, or  Email: Bays Edge Realty
  • $219,990
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  • Calling All Builders Developers Amazing Opportunity In Blue Point. Possible Building Lot. Gas, Electric And Water On Street. Perfect Flat Property. Blocks From Corey Beach. Property Is Connected To 2 Barteau Avenue
    $199,999
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    ML# :3049086   Calling All Builders Developers Amazing Opportunity In Blue Point. Possible Building Lot. Gas, Electric And Water On Street. Perfect Flat Property. Blocks From Corey Beach. Property Is Connected To 2 Barteau Avenue
    Call Today: (631)563-1616 , (800)236-8827, or  Email: Bays Edge Realty
  • Not A Buildable Lot. Ideal For Brookhaven Address Or Developers In Need Of Credits.
    $20,000
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    ML# :3044997   Not A Buildable Lot. Ideal For Brookhaven Address Or Developers In Need Of Credits.
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