This 1885 Shelter Island Heights Victorian, located in the heart of Shelter Island Heights, borders a park designed by noted landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park in New York City. Lovingly maintained, this charming home offers a well planned layout. Double doors with hand made stained glass accents open from the outdoor veranda into the living room. The dining room has an operating wood burning stove and a door to the porch. The kitchen has a breakfast nook and double doors to outdoor entertainment deck with electric retractable awning, and harbor and park views. The library with full bath is also off the living room. On the second floor, there are four bedrooms, all with elevated ceilings and plenty of natural light. The north facing bedroom has double doors to an outdoor deck. The east facing bedroom has the benefit of direct water views. The south facing bedroom has a skylight and half bath. Dering Harbor is a focal point of this enchanting setting; most of the rooms look out onto the harbor. There are decks around the perimeter of the home. A one-car garage with original wood floor is an added bonus. With two-zone central air, recently installed roof, and conveniently located within close proximity to ferry, dining, shops, Town dock, and Heights beach club, this beautiful home is an idyllic home for year around island living. Heights annual fees for municipal water, sewage, highway maintenance and beach club are $4,427.76.