The epitome of chic. Surrounded by privet hedge and specimen plantings, creating total privacy in Southampton Village, this extravagantly restored 1890s 4 bedroom 3.5 bath home fuses contemporary design with original details including diamond-paned windows. Open, modern kitchen with maple-topped island and adjacent sitting area with fireplace are the centerpiece of the home. Polished concrete wet bar and butler’s pantry link kitchen and dining room,both with French doors that lead to idyllic covered porch overlooking heated, gunite pool, carriage house festooned with roses, and raised-bed vegetable gardens. The living room with fireplace and window nook, en suite guest bedroom, powder room and mudroom complete the main level. Upstairs, three bright bedrooms showcase beautiful gables and dormers with tongue-and-groove paneled ceilings. Master bath has double sinks and glass double shower. Immediate proximity to shopping, dining and ocean beaches, this home is the picture of perfection.
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.
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014 (Village): $3,242,024
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $1,443,304
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Red Bar
DON'T MISS: Cooper's Beach
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