A fully renovated historic waterfront camp from the turn of the century owned by the same family for 120 years is now available for a summer retreat. Step back in time to Camp Wybenet located in one of the Hamptons most secluded and beautiful spots; sitting on the on the edge of Bull Head Bay and Sebonac Creek with panoramic natural views. Originally built as a boat house in 1902 the seasonal cottage was extensively renovated in 2015. The boat house is one great room with a high peaked ceiling with open rafters anchored by a picture window filled with brilliant sunshine and majestic sunsets. Open kitchen, dining and living layout with an antique sliding wooden door that accesses a small foyer with laundry. The Master suite looks over the verdant and manicured front yard to Bullhead Bay with queen and ensuite half-bath; two other guestrooms across the hall-one with twin beds, ensuite half-bath; the third with queen bed along with a full baths. An enclosed outdoor shower offers bucolic after-beach or under-the-stars rinse off. Window A/C units in bedrooms; ceiling fan in main room. Great Peconic Bay is a brisk kayak or paddleboard journey; Scallop Pond, a tranquil interior waterway destination, is a leisurely half-day roundtrip up Sebonac Creek. Ram Island, directly across Bullhead Bay from the house, makes a fine hour-long circumnavigation over shallow water where you'll see Blue claw crabs, eels, horseshoe crabs, and other beasts amidst the eel grass. Herons, mute swans, and cormorants thrive along the entire shoreline; sea gulls drop clams onto the Town dock to crack them open. There's a public boat launch beside the dock. Good fishing off the dock, as well as swimming. On the other side of the dock's small sandy beach.