14 Millstone Lane
Waterfront - Bulkheaded and Boat Ready
3 BEDS | 3 BATHS | Contemporary | sold
- Annual Tax: $3,047.00
- 3 BEDS
- 3 BATHS
- 1920 APPROX. SQFT
- 0.23 ACREAGE
- BUILT 1991
About 14 Millstone Lane
Very charming 3 bedroom on a quiet lane can accommodate a 22 foot Wellcraft. Peaceful deck off the living room and dining room is shaded by trees and has a view of the creek and natural surroundings. The fireplace in the kitchen/dining area is cozy summer or winter. This very special retreat in the Hamptons has two bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms on the main level and a master suite with fireplace and en...
- Central air
- Finished basement
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The elite village of Southampton shares its name with the town of Southampton, which also encompasses Quogue, Sagaponack, North Haven, and other tony villages, and more than a dozen posh hamlets, including Westhampton, Water Mill, Bridgehampton, and North Sea. (Hamptons terminology: Villages are incorporated; hamlets are not. Every village and hamlet in the Hamptons lies either in the town of Southampton or in the town of East Hampton, its neighbor to the east and north. That ends the geography lesson.) What Southampton village offers is a lesson on where the action is on Long Island’s southern fork. It is also the most developed and densely populated spot, as well as the most diverse. Therefore, Southampton is the most cosmopolitan place to buy a home in the Hamptons, and the village is arguably connected to the most illustrious names, including Ford, Vanderbilt, and Du Pont.Southampton Neighborhood Guide
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- Principal & Interest$2,432.03
- Property Taxes$253.92
- Maintenance / Common Charges0