85 Post Crossing Unit C-2
One- Of- a - Kind Pied-A -Terre Southampton
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- StyleCondo / Co-op
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,150
- Year Built2005
- South of the highway
- Central air
- Formal dining room
Home to one of the Hamptons and NYC's top interior designers, this simple and elegant custom designed pied-a-terre is located in the heart of Southampton Village. Found on one of the most desirable, historic streets, this gem holds its own among some of the finest representations of Victorian homes. This classic cottage was renovated in 2005 - grand cathedral ceilings, new windows & insulation, updated electric & plumbing plus beautifully stained wide plank floors - complete with radiant heat! All executed while maintaining the character and charm of the original structure....with added sophistication. This 1,150 sq.ft. co-op offers a state of the art kitchen equipped with high end appliances, custom cabinetry & stylish concrete & butcher block counter tops. A full bank of French doors bathes the house in sunlight providing warmth throughout while the white brick woodburning fireplace offers that cozy feeling be it day or night. The two full baths are well appointed with the finest of fittings, including a French corner sink and claw foot bathtub. Just beyond the ample French doors finds a sunny terrace, pocket size lawn and perennial gardens offering peace and quiet as well as an ideal spot for entertaining. Beautifully hedged for privacy, this charming cottage answers all your needs but... best of all ...realizes all your dreams! Don't miss it.
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.