Ensconced by mature hedges for total privacy in a coveted Southampton Village location, this designer-owned, 3 bedroom, circa 1910 cottage with salt water pool and impressive pool house exudes classic village charm. Lovingly maintained and stylishly appointed, the home centers on the living room with fireplace which leads to a bright sun room that runs the length of the house. French doors at either end of the sun room welcome natural light and allow easy access to the serene pool area and gardens. Anchored by an antique butcher block, clad in subway tile, and updated with stainless steel appliances, the bright kitchen conjures a romantically continental scene. A generous formal dining room and powder bathroom complete the main level. Upstairs, the master suite has an updated, marble bathroom and the two guest bedrooms share the hall bathroom. Highlighting the dreamy outdoor spaces, the voluminous pool house, crowned by a decorative cupola, has a full bath and walls of sliding glass doors that open to the al fresco dining patio and the wisteria-laden pergola. Steps from Main Street with Little Plains Beach at the end of the road, the magic of understated elegance still exists.
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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