659 Hill Street (flag lot)
Best Value In Southampton Village Southampton
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,800
- Year Built1920
- Central air
- Breakfast area
- Eat-in kitchen
- Finished basement
- Sprinkler system
This Southampton Village home has wonderful interior space with three wood burning fireplaces creating comfort and charm. Originally built in the 1920's, updated to todays standards whilst maintaining the original character and essence of a true Hamptons cottage. The front door leads into an entry foyer large enough for formal dining. Also on the main floor is a spacious living room with its own fireplace, large enough to accommodate two sitting areas or a comfortable sitting and dining area. French doors lead out from the living room to a brick patio, good for summer entertaining. In addition there is a large library also with a fireplace which can be used as a possible third bedroom or be made into a downstairs master. The powder room could easily be converted into a full bath. The kitchen is very functional with a serving counter, room for a small table, all stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Adding to the charm is a breakfast nook off the living room. Upstairs is the master bedroom and bath with yet a third fireplace, guest bedroom and guest bathroom. The basement has been finished to accommodate great home office space, laundry room and storage area. This property offers much more than meets the eye and is tucked away in its own secret garden which blooms from Spring to Fall with glorious color. Plus you are within easy distance to town and the ocean beaches. Charming house, an absolute must see and best value in town!
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History describes Southampton as a village known for its quiet elegance, magnificent estates, and fabled residents.
Of all the South Fork's Hamptons, it is Southampton that still exudes a gentility that you can feel from Main Street to Noyack Bay to all seven miles of oceanfront south of the highway. It's worth noting how you feel teeing off at the Shinnecock Golf Club, the oldest private 18-hole golf course in the United States. Be sure to visit the new Parrish Museum, a landmark destination for American art lovers.