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23 Shinnecock Road

$9,500,000

This home has been sold

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Essentials
Price $9,500,000
Style Estate / Mansion
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 9.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 14,000
Acreage 3.4
Year Built 1906
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Heated Pool
Room For Tennis
Central Air

Located on Shinnecock Road in the coveted Estate Section of Quogue, the spectacular residence is reputed to be one of the last works by famed architect Stanford White. Commissioned by the Greeff textile family who's business was known for fabrics in authentic 18th and 19th century American designs, including fabrics produced by special arrangement with the Henry Ford Museum. The current owners of the stately home commenced a three year renovation/restoration project after their purchase in 2010. Transforming the home back to its original state of opulence and grandeur was their goal while at the same time being conscious of creating a sense of functionality and warmth for today's lifestyle. With no expense spared in the process, the home and 3.4 acres of landscape now includes modern amenities while retaining its original character. This is a unique opportunity to acquire this famed Quogue mansion to enjoy for years to come. With close proximity to Quogue Main Street, the Atlantic ocean and the various golf and tennis clubs, this home is equally convenient to New York City, and the regional Westhampton Beach airport just 10 minutes away which accommodates jets of any size. Call for your confidential preview today. Just listed

Quogue
Living in Quogue
Quogue is a place that values quiet and seclusion over a fast-paced, bustling lifestyle. This laidback village with its manicured lawns and 19th-century homes is as rich in old-fashioned community charm as it is in history. Abundant in white sand beaches and natural beauty best seen in the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, it is not hard to imagine the rural community it once was.
Explore Quogue

This home has been sold

23 Shinnecock Road
Essentials
Price $9,500,000
Style Estate / Mansion
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 9.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 14,000
Acreage 3.4
Year Built 1906

Located on Shinnecock Road in the coveted Estate Section of Quogue, the spectacular residence is reputed to be one of the last works by famed architect Stanford White. Commissioned by the Greeff textile family who's business was known for fabrics in authentic 18th and 19th century American designs, including fabrics produced by special arrangement with the Henry Ford Museum. The current owners of the stately home commenced a three year renovation/restoration project after their purchase in 2010. Transforming the home back to its original state of opulence and grandeur was their goal while at the same time being conscious of creating a sense of functionality and warmth for today's lifestyle. With no expense spared in the process, the home and 3.4 acres of landscape now includes modern amenities while retaining its original character. This is a unique opportunity to acquire this famed Quogue mansion to enjoy for years to come. With close proximity to Quogue Main Street, the Atlantic ocean and the various golf and tennis clubs, this home is equally convenient to New York City, and the regional Westhampton Beach airport just 10 minutes away which accommodates jets of any size. Call for your confidential preview today. Just listed

South Of The Highway
Heated Pool
Room For Tennis
Central Air
Quogue
Living in Quogue
Quogue is a place that values quiet and seclusion over a fast-paced, bustling lifestyle. This laidback village with its manicured lawns and 19th-century homes is as rich in old-fashioned community charm as it is in history. Abundant in white sand beaches and natural beauty best seen in the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, it is not hard to imagine the rural community it once was.
Explore Quogue
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