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60 Lower Seven Ponds Rd

$1,695,000
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Essentials
Price $1,695,000
Style traditional
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3.5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,500
Acreage 1.9
Year Built 1994
Key Features
Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Great Room
Lot With Trees
Cable/Satellite

Tucked 400 feet from the street a shy 2-acre parcel for privacy and yet convenience access to all the Hamptons has to offer. Ideally located between Southampton Village and the center of Water Mill close to farm stands, shopping, and beaches this 4 bedrooms home is a fabulous spot winter or summer. The pool is awash in southern sunlight and easily accessed from the home and expansive decking with a shady lanai over the outdoor dining area. The main level boasts a living room with fireplace, dining area, cathedral kitchen/sitting room with fireplace, powder room and first floor master suite with its own bath and doors to the sunny deck. The second floor has 3 guest bedrooms and 2 baths and a cozy upper deck. This property could also provide excellent investment with summer rentals but is just perfect for your own use. No fuss, just move in and enjoy life in the Hamptons.

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open houses
Thursday, August 22
2:30PM - 4:00PM
Sunday, August 25
11:30AM - 1:00PM
Water Mill
The American Revolution is modern history to Water Mill, where grist for its water-powered mill was first ground in 1644.
The hamlet has three magnificent beaches: Flying Point, Mecox, and Dead End. And there are still huge areas of woodsy wilderness, like the 148-acre Laurel Valley Country Park. Robert Wilson's Watermill Center, where the avante garde visionary develops new work in collaboration with students and professionals, is the East End's newest cultural mecca.
Explore Water Mill

open houses
Thursday, August 22
2:30PM - 4:00PM
Sunday, August 25
11:30AM - 1:00PM
60 Lower Seven Ponds Rd
Essentials
Price $1,695,000
Style traditional
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3.5
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,500
Acreage 1.9
Year Built 1994

Tucked 400 feet from the street a shy 2-acre parcel for privacy and yet convenience access to all the Hamptons has to offer. Ideally located between Southampton Village and the center of Water Mill close to farm stands, shopping, and beaches this 4 bedrooms home is a fabulous spot winter or summer. The pool is awash in southern sunlight and easily accessed from the home and expansive decking with a shady lanai over the outdoor dining area. The main level boasts a living room with fireplace, dining area, cathedral kitchen/sitting room with fireplace, powder room and first floor master suite with its own bath and doors to the sunny deck. The second floor has 3 guest bedrooms and 2 baths and a cozy upper deck. This property could also provide excellent investment with summer rentals but is just perfect for your own use. No fuss, just move in and enjoy life in the Hamptons.

Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Eat-In Kitchen
Finished Basement
Great Room
Lot With Trees
Cable/Satellite
Water Mill
The American Revolution is modern history to Water Mill, where grist for its water-powered mill was first ground in 1644.
The hamlet has three magnificent beaches: Flying Point, Mecox, and Dead End. And there are still huge areas of woodsy wilderness, like the 148-acre Laurel Valley Country Park. Robert Wilson's Watermill Center, where the avante garde visionary develops new work in collaboration with students and professionals, is the East End's newest cultural mecca.
Explore Water Mill
Transportation
Coast