This iconic A-frame is the first house you'll see coming off the ferry, which makes taking your belongings to the house a breeze! Grab a wagon at the marina, and you're on your way! This house features a remodeled kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, laundry, and an outdoor shower. The Harbor Store, the Casino Bar, and the Casino Cafe are all a short walk away. The wrap-around deck provides a peaceful spot for sunsets, with views of both the bay and the ocean.
The Story of The Green Dragon:
On March 1, 1952, my grandfather, Frank Lundy purchased lots 19, 20, 21 on a place called Fire Island Beach. He paid $2150.00 for each plot of sand without discussing with his wife, my grandmother (Josephine) first. At the time, my grandmother was furious and demanded that he get his money back. She eventually agreed that he made a wise decision and allowed the lots to be developed. These developments created The Green Dragon (19), The Pink Lady (20), and The Yellow Peril (21). I believe that there may have been some alcohol consumption during the naming of these houses. They were 3 identical single-story beach cottages that were the first 3 houses on Center Walk in a community that would later be named Davis Park. In August of 1972, The Yellow Peril was sold and The Green Dragon was gifted to my parents, Bonnie and Smitty. My parents created their family of four and soon outgrew the 2 bedroom cottage. During the Spring of 1977, they added the second story A-Frame to grow their home and provide some spectacular views of the Great South Bay and Atlantic Ocean. My brother JL and I grew up spending our summers at Davis Park, playing in the sand, swimming in the ocean, and building lifelong friendships. For over 40 years, the Davis Park community could find Smitty sitting on his deck reading the paper or belly up to the bar in his corner of the famous Davis Park Casino Bar. Bonnie could be found sunbathing on the deck or dancing the night away at “The Caz.” In July 2014, The Casino family lost their “Old Man” and I lost my father to his fight with colon cancer. In March 2016 I lost my mother to a much longer 7-year fight to the same disease. Every summer when I visit The Green Dragon, I think about how fortunate and grateful I am. I, along with many others, are so thankful that my grandfather didn’t listen to my grandmother. My family holds over 60 years of memories in this home and I hope that you get to cherish your own.
Many of the homeowners in Davis Park are long time residents who have passed their homes down from generation to generation.
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Patchogue, Нью-Йорк, США