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$3,450,000
Annual Taxes $6,943
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Essentials
Price $3,450,000
Style traditional
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,750
Acreage .39
Year Built 1895
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Pool
Heated Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Carport
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Outdoor Shower
Pool/Guest House

South-facing and located along historic Post Crossing in Southampton Village, this classic 2.5 story home has fresh modern interiors for today's lifestyle. Restored historic windows, refinished hardwood floors, and a designer's touches are just a few of the updates to the interior of this shingle-style manse. A traditional open floor plan with rooms that spill out to the large covered rear porches, lawn, and gunite pool, begins with a formal entry with access to the double parlor with fireplace. The sun-filled dining room with French doors overlooks the garden and established landscaping. An eat-in kitchen, which opens to the covered outdoor living room, is ideal for enjoying those morning coffees before the family or weekend guests arise. The four bedrooms and four bathrooms on the second floor include the vaulted ceiling master suite with bowed windows boasting views of the garden, pool, and charming out-buildings, which include a barn just waiting for one's design imagination. Other recent improvements include a new cedar shingle roof and several new mechanical systems. Conveniently situated one block from Main Street and Jobs Lane beyond, this home's prime location makes it ideal for country living in the heart of Southampton.

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As you'd expect from New York's oldest community Southampton has a storied history. Old world colonial charm on every street corner is combined with the beauty of fine sand beaches making it one of the most desirable places to live in America. It's no wonder artists like Roy Lichtenstein and Jackson Pollock found solace in Southampton's secluded shores.
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Essentials
Price $3,450,000
Annual Taxes $6,943
Style traditional
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,750
Acreage .39
Year Built 1895

South-facing and located along historic Post Crossing in Southampton Village, this classic 2.5 story home has fresh modern interiors for today's lifestyle. Restored historic windows, refinished hardwood floors, and a designer's touches are just a few of the updates to the interior of this shingle-style manse. A traditional open floor plan with rooms that spill out to the large covered rear porches, lawn, and gunite pool, begins with a formal entry with access to the double parlor with fireplace. The sun-filled dining room with French doors overlooks the garden and established landscaping. An eat-in kitchen, which opens to the covered outdoor living room, is ideal for enjoying those morning coffees before the family or weekend guests arise. The four bedrooms and four bathrooms on the second floor include the vaulted ceiling master suite with bowed windows boasting views of the garden, pool, and charming out-buildings, which include a barn just waiting for one's design imagination. Other recent improvements include a new cedar shingle roof and several new mechanical systems. Conveniently situated one block from Main Street and Jobs Lane beyond, this home's prime location makes it ideal for country living in the heart of Southampton.

South Of The Highway
Pool
Heated Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Carport
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Outdoor Shower
Pool/Guest House
Southampton
Living in Southampton
As you'd expect from New York's oldest community Southampton has a storied history. Old world colonial charm on every street corner is combined with the beauty of fine sand beaches making it one of the most desirable places to live in America. It's no wonder artists like Roy Lichtenstein and Jackson Pollock found solace in Southampton's secluded shores.
Explore Southampton
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