Villa In the Hamptons Southampton
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,000
- Year Built2004
- South of the highway
- Heated pool
- Central air
This magnificent home was renovated from the ground up in 2005 by International Interior Designer Miguel Elias. The residence sits on 1.16 park-like acres of rolling lawns, specimen trees, plantings, patios, porches and a 20' X 46' heated gunite pool surrounded by beautifully manicured entertaining spaces. On entering the foyer, the rooms branch out to the oversized living room with a large stone fireplace. A state-of-the-art European kitchen with limestone floors, custom cabinetry, intricate cut marble mosaics and a comfortable country dining area lead through French doors to patios and pool. There is a formal dining room, paneled library or fifth bedroom and sitting room complete with antique beamed ceilings, tray ceilings and Venetian plaster walls. The main floor also encompasses four bedrooms, three and one-half bathrooms, each unique with tumbled marble and mosaics and top-of-the-line details and fixtures. An elegant second floor master suite completes the home. Truly, a home filled with exceptional details and taste. Minutes to Village, ocean and bay beaches.
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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.