11.7 Acre Daniel Romualdez Architects-Designed Estate Pending Sale in Water Mill, NY (PHOTOS)

11.7 Acre Daniel Romualdez Architects-Designed Estate Pending Sale in Water Mill, NY

$11,950,000 | Built 2001 | 11,000 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 11.67 Acres
231 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill North, New York, United States, 11976
Thoughtfully designed by award-winning architect Daniel Romualdez and built by master builder Ed Bulgin, this unique home was inspired by Richard Norris Hunt’s style of architecture. The property hit the market in October 2020 for $11.95 million and recently relisted for the same amount before being labelled as pending sale. Hidden in a blanket of trees on all sides, this approximately 11.7 acre Water Mill compound is a symphony of architecture, design and nature. The pinnacle of privacy, the property abuts a six-acre reserve to the south and approximately 68 acres of Southampton Town and Suffolk County land to the north.  This stately home consists of approximately 11,000 square feet of impeccable living space. The main eight-bedroom, eight-full-bathroom and two-half-bathroom residence is perched high on a hill offering breathtaking ocean and bay vistas.

Unique design details include three turrets, an entry courtyard with a French formal garden, a double-height barrel ceiling in the living room with a grand wood-burning fireplace, an expansive patio overlooking the in-ground pool, a custom library, natural wood mouldings and panelling throughout and a chef’s kitchen. Additional amenities such as a formal dining room, multiple offices and sitting areas, a separate guest wing with a kitchenette, a workshop leading to an attached two-car garage and a fully finished lower level with a billiards table, media room and sauna complete this impressive home. The lush ground are, professionally landscaped by Bob Dash grounds feature a rolling lawn leading down to a pond, a heated Gunite infinity-edge pool cut flower garden, and a Har-Tru tennis court. This one-of-a-kind property that leaves nothing to be desired. The property is pending sale and on the market for $11.95 million with Paul Brennan of Douglas Elliman.













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