South of the highway and one mile from the beach on a manicured, tree-lined drive, this 1.84 acre estate, magnificently landscaped by Ed Hollander, features a meticulously maintained 7,000 square foot manor with finished lower level, 60-foot gunite pool with waterfall spa, pool house, and a pavilion with gym and outdoor bar all in a convenient yet private Southampton Village location. Stunning allées of crepe myrtles, rows of specimen plantings, verdant lawns, a fountain, and dramatic landscape lighting create enviable outdoor spaces in a magical setting. The palatial 5 bedroom manor offers a formal layout of sitting rooms and parlors with grand proportions, soaring ceilings, lavish finishes, and stone fireplaces. Off the marble foyer with floating staircase, the great room with stone fireplace and study with powder bath each have transomed French doors that open to a bright orangerie sun room, walled in glass. An intimate parlor with stone fireplace and adjacent full bath serves the generous eat-in kitchen and formal dining room with French doors that open to the rear patio. A mudroom entrance and attached 2-car garage complete the main level. Upstairs, a landing sitting area leads to three well-appointed bedrooms including the sizable master with private balcony overlooking the estate’s rear grounds. En suite maid’s quarters with laundry utilize the back staircase. The finished lower level has a recreation area with bar and guest bedroom with full bath. Multiple sets of French doors lead to the expansive slate patio with covered al fresco dining porch and built-in grill station. A pair of crepe myrtle allées lead to the pool area, highlighted by the recreation pavilion’s covered outdoor bar with Viking appliances, TV, and sound system. Adorned with a wisteria-laden pergola, the pool house offers a sitting room and full bath with steam shower. A breezeway leads to a basketball half court. Listed with a new price, schedule a showing to see this special property in person.
New York's first English settlement dating back to 1640 and a summer favorite for city dwellers since the late 19th century, Southampton is the quintessential Hamptons destination. Gin Lane. Meadow Lane. Cobb Road. The splendor of Southampton's estate section is matched with equally renown beaches and an exuberant "downtown." Cooper's Beach is widely recognized as one of the best beaches in the world and town offers an array of brand retailers, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and cultural centers like the Southampton Arts Center and the Southampton Historical Museum.
POPULATION (Village): 3,306
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2018 (Village): $3,552,116
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2018: $1,245,735
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Sant Ambroeus
DON'T MISS: Cooper's Beach
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