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Southampton
Southampton Oceanfront
$75,000,000

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Coast
Essentials
Price $75,000,000
Style Tudor
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 7.5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 10,000
Acreage 5.14
Year Built 1930
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Oceanfront
Pool
Tennis
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Private Guest Quarters
Laundry Room
Library
Media Room
Pool/Guest House
Sprinkler System
Cable/Satellite

Offered for the first time in over thirty years, this historic Gin Lane oceanfront estate is the ultimate private and luxurious retreat. Panoramic views extend from sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean to sunset over Lake Agawam. The grand 10,000 square foot residence, offered on 5.14 acres (additional acreage available) with 472 feet of direct oceanfront, originally built over 8 decades ago and designed by the revered architectural firm Treanor & Fatio, was one of the grandest original summer colony residences. The classic English Tudor style home Wooldon Manor enjoys a pedigreed past with owners such as the Woolworth dynasty and Edmund C. Lynch, founding partner of Merrill Lynch. Present owners, world renowned designers have honored the estate's glorious past while renovating and updating the property with all modern amenities and sophisticated technology and security systems. The gracious interiors with vaulted wood beams and French Mantle fireplaces embrace both elegant entertaining space and luxurious private enclaves with many rooms opening to the seaside terraces, lawns and landscaped grounds. The stunning pool, pool house, formal gardens, gazebo-green house and tennis court are just a few of the superb additions.

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

This home has been sold

Southampton
Southampton Oceanfront
Essentials
Price $75,000,000
Style Tudor
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 7.5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 10,000
Acreage 5.14
Year Built 1930

Offered for the first time in over thirty years, this historic Gin Lane oceanfront estate is the ultimate private and luxurious retreat. Panoramic views extend from sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean to sunset over Lake Agawam. The grand 10,000 square foot residence, offered on 5.14 acres (additional acreage available) with 472 feet of direct oceanfront, originally built over 8 decades ago and designed by the revered architectural firm Treanor & Fatio, was one of the grandest original summer colony residences. The classic English Tudor style home Wooldon Manor enjoys a pedigreed past with owners such as the Woolworth dynasty and Edmund C. Lynch, founding partner of Merrill Lynch. Present owners, world renowned designers have honored the estate's glorious past while renovating and updating the property with all modern amenities and sophisticated technology and security systems. The gracious interiors with vaulted wood beams and French Mantle fireplaces embrace both elegant entertaining space and luxurious private enclaves with many rooms opening to the seaside terraces, lawns and landscaped grounds. The stunning pool, pool house, formal gardens, gazebo-green house and tennis court are just a few of the superb additions.

South Of The Highway
Oceanfront
Pool
Tennis
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Private Guest Quarters
Laundry Room
Library
Media Room
Pool/Guest House
Sprinkler System
Cable/Satellite
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