Steps from Southampton Village Main Street on historic Post Crossing, this extravagantly restored 4-bedroom circa 1895 manse blends designer flourish with charming, original details on a landscaped and private 0.39 acres with two enchanting out-buildings ready for customization. The commanding, cedar shingled front façade, accented with shutters, has a stately carport and covered front porch. Enter through the vestibule and gorgeous front door with diamond window and period hardware into the paneled foyer with meticulously restored, paned windows and powder bath. Substantial dual pocket doors give way to the bright sitting room which connects to the living room with fireplace and formal dining room with gracious doorways. The formal dining room and eat-in kitchen with light-filled bay window breakfast nook open to an expansive veranda overlooking the gunite free-form pool, barn, and garage ensconced in mature landscaping. Upstairs an airy landing leads to four bedrooms and four bathrooms including the stunning master with a wall of windows overlooking the rear grounds. The attic with full height ceiling offers additional possibilities. Rare opportunity to own a piece of Southampton Village history stylishly updated for modern living.
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: $1,230,291
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Sant Ambroeus
DON'T MISS: Cooper's Beach
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