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92 Coopers Neck Lane

$29,500,000
Annual Taxes $55,000
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Essentials
Price $29,500,000
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 11
Bathrooms 14.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 12,000
Acreage 4.6
Year Built 1899
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Heated Pool
Tennis
Central Air
Bonus Room
Den
Exercise Room
Great Room
Library
Media Room
Office
Studio
Study

One of the most finely proportioned and gracefully treated houses in Southampton is the one that Judge Monson built for himself in 1898. He purchased 17 acres of land originally, and then began construction of a Dutch Colonial shingled cottage estate complete with putting green, tennis court, swimming pool, and thoroughbred stables. His heirs sold the property and home in 1904 to the Carnegie family who owned it until 1932. Following several other owners, renowned interior designer Joanne de Guardiola, and husband Roberto bought the now 4.6 acre property in 1994. The house's previous owners had most likely reconfigured the proportions of the rooms to suit their needs, tastes, and eras. For instance, there were a number of competing design statements. De Guardiola's objective was to tie together all the diverse elements of the house and produce a better framework for those they wanted to keep. The renovation unified spaces, opened up hallways and staircases while installing completely new plumbing, electricity, heating, and multi-zoned air conditioning, new water heaters and boiler, as well as a new security system. Extensive reconstruction and additions to the three-story house resulted in a stunning new kitchen, six added new bedrooms and several covered terraces. Add to this the refurbishing of the original fir wood main floors, new windows throughout, and the addition of a 30-foot long butler's pantry with custom cabinetry, wine storage cellar just off the pantry, and a movie theater seating 20 adjacent to it. The listing agent for the property, Tim Davis of Corcoran Group Real Estate, gives high praise to the renovations saying that, The scale of rooms are magnificent, with ten foot ceilings throughout - the current design standards of the home speak to a return to the grand homes of the turn of the century, but with 21st century amenities and desired conveniences. The present house plan consists of 25 rooms, 10 wood burning fireplaces and one gas fireplace in the breezeway, 11 bedrooms, 14.5-baths; all together with the master bedroom suite showing off beautiful His and Her marble baths. Six more guest bedrooms each have en suite Waterworks faucets and Country Floor tiled baths. Two staff bedroom suites with baths, and a separate apartment consisting of two guest bedrooms each with en suite baths, were part of the addition and renovation. Three full floors with views of the ocean on the third floor that features an office area create a peaceful retreat for work. The exterior of the home also underwent removal of three layers of cedar wood roof shingles; a new roof sub structure was built, with new original diamond edge shingle design reinstalled. New black cedar exterior shingles were then placed to follow the original black cedar of the house. Outdoors, the judge's original stables have been converted to an entertainment/party area adjacent to the new 50-foot heated Gunite pool and new Har True tennis court. A new multi-zone irrigation system was installed along with new raised upper patios showing off a Tortorella lily pond. 100-year old hydrangeas and privet hedges were moved and realigned throughout the property. Old driveways were taken out and replaced and new custom electric gates have been installed. A new stand-alone three-car garage building was added with a covered porch alongside an elegant front porte coch're - having removed the old carriage garage. This estate is ideal for a family who wishes to maintain the integrity and history of a home, yet at the same time wants to enjoy the modern, sophisticated lifestyles of today's era, says Tim Davis. And so, a home regarded by many as embodying a pedigree of elegance in its very best vein, awaits another connoisseur with an impeccable eye for all that is beautiful in architecture both inside and out.

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

92 Coopers Neck Lane
Essentials
Price $29,500,000
Annual Taxes $55,000
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 11
Bathrooms 14.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 12,000
Acreage 4.6
Year Built 1899

One of the most finely proportioned and gracefully treated houses in Southampton is the one that Judge Monson built for himself in 1898. He purchased 17 acres of land originally, and then began construction of a Dutch Colonial shingled cottage estate complete with putting green, tennis court, swimming pool, and thoroughbred stables. His heirs sold the property and home in 1904 to the Carnegie family who owned it until 1932. Following several other owners, renowned interior designer Joanne de Guardiola, and husband Roberto bought the now 4.6 acre property in 1994. The house's previous owners had most likely reconfigured the proportions of the rooms to suit their needs, tastes, and eras. For instance, there were a number of competing design statements. De Guardiola's objective was to tie together all the diverse elements of the house and produce a better framework for those they wanted to keep. The renovation unified spaces, opened up hallways and staircases while installing completely new plumbing, electricity, heating, and multi-zoned air conditioning, new water heaters and boiler, as well as a new security system. Extensive reconstruction and additions to the three-story house resulted in a stunning new kitchen, six added new bedrooms and several covered terraces. Add to this the refurbishing of the original fir wood main floors, new windows throughout, and the addition of a 30-foot long butler's pantry with custom cabinetry, wine storage cellar just off the pantry, and a movie theater seating 20 adjacent to it. The listing agent for the property, Tim Davis of Corcoran Group Real Estate, gives high praise to the renovations saying that, The scale of rooms are magnificent, with ten foot ceilings throughout - the current design standards of the home speak to a return to the grand homes of the turn of the century, but with 21st century amenities and desired conveniences. The present house plan consists of 25 rooms, 10 wood burning fireplaces and one gas fireplace in the breezeway, 11 bedrooms, 14.5-baths; all together with the master bedroom suite showing off beautiful His and Her marble baths. Six more guest bedrooms each have en suite Waterworks faucets and Country Floor tiled baths. Two staff bedroom suites with baths, and a separate apartment consisting of two guest bedrooms each with en suite baths, were part of the addition and renovation. Three full floors with views of the ocean on the third floor that features an office area create a peaceful retreat for work. The exterior of the home also underwent removal of three layers of cedar wood roof shingles; a new roof sub structure was built, with new original diamond edge shingle design reinstalled. New black cedar exterior shingles were then placed to follow the original black cedar of the house. Outdoors, the judge's original stables have been converted to an entertainment/party area adjacent to the new 50-foot heated Gunite pool and new Har True tennis court. A new multi-zone irrigation system was installed along with new raised upper patios showing off a Tortorella lily pond. 100-year old hydrangeas and privet hedges were moved and realigned throughout the property. Old driveways were taken out and replaced and new custom electric gates have been installed. A new stand-alone three-car garage building was added with a covered porch alongside an elegant front porte coch're - having removed the old carriage garage. This estate is ideal for a family who wishes to maintain the integrity and history of a home, yet at the same time wants to enjoy the modern, sophisticated lifestyles of today's era, says Tim Davis. And so, a home regarded by many as embodying a pedigree of elegance in its very best vein, awaits another connoisseur with an impeccable eye for all that is beautiful in architecture both inside and out.

South Of The Highway
Heated Pool
Tennis
Central Air
Bonus Room
Den
Exercise Room
Great Room
Library
Media Room
Office
Studio
Study
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
Transportation
Coast