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Southampton
The Castle
$3,695,000
Annual Taxes $11,000
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Transportation
Coast
Essentials
Price $3,695,000
Style Other
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,900
Acreage .43
Year Built 1911
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Heated Pool
Central Air
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Office
Pool/Guest House
Water Access

Imagine having your own 2,900 SQ FT brick Gothic castle in Southampton Village, located just 4 blocks from Gin Lane and the Atlantic Ocean, and 3 blocks to Main Street shopping and restaurants. Built in 1910 by local artist and preservationist J. Edward Elliston, the romantic design of this property and its lush verdant gardens was inspired by a castle in County Wicklow, Ireland. Set amid vibrant specimen plantings, its crenelated red brick walls positively glow in the poolside light. This historic, one-of-a-kind village home was purchased in 1998 by celebrity designer William Sofield, who has continued make substantial restorations and tasteful upgrades ever since. The very private half-acre property features a three-story main house with four-story tower, grand salon living room, formal dining room, eat-in-kitchen with side terrace, three bedrooms, three and a half baths and many cozy alcoves and clever niches. There is also an exotic-feeling customized octagon pool house with guest room and bath, and an inviting heated Gunite pool.

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.
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Southampton
The Castle
Essentials
Price $3,695,000
Annual Taxes $11,000
Style Other
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,900
Acreage .43
Year Built 1911

Imagine having your own 2,900 SQ FT brick Gothic castle in Southampton Village, located just 4 blocks from Gin Lane and the Atlantic Ocean, and 3 blocks to Main Street shopping and restaurants. Built in 1910 by local artist and preservationist J. Edward Elliston, the romantic design of this property and its lush verdant gardens was inspired by a castle in County Wicklow, Ireland. Set amid vibrant specimen plantings, its crenelated red brick walls positively glow in the poolside light. This historic, one-of-a-kind village home was purchased in 1998 by celebrity designer William Sofield, who has continued make substantial restorations and tasteful upgrades ever since. The very private half-acre property features a three-story main house with four-story tower, grand salon living room, formal dining room, eat-in-kitchen with side terrace, three bedrooms, three and a half baths and many cozy alcoves and clever niches. There is also an exotic-feeling customized octagon pool house with guest room and bath, and an inviting heated Gunite pool.

South Of The Highway
Heated Pool
Central Air
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Office
Pool/Guest House
Water Access
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