$18,950,000 | Built c.1883 | 7,436 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 0.98 Acres
An exquisitely renovated and updated summer home has hit the market for $19 million in New York’s coveted Southampton Village. This magnificent shingle style residence, designed by famous 19th century architect James L’Hommedieu, brings us back to a time when craftsmanship was considered an art form. Three stories, seven fireplaces, front and back stairs, and an expansive porch that stretches 72′ across the west facade of the house and wraps around to the pool make it perfect for spending summers there. The first floor features a gorgeous entry with fireplace, a living room, den, dining room, and top-notch kitchen and butler’s pantry.
The second storey houses the master suite and three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and on the third floor are two more bedrooms and bathrooms and a gym/game room. Above the kitchen and connected to the second floor is a guest wing with two beautiful bedrooms, one with its own porch. A heated gunite pool, century-old trees, lush flower gardens, three car garage and a sports court round out this property’s offerings all on nearly an acre of land. All this less than 1/2 mile to beach and Southampton village. This is the quintessential high-end Southampton house. It’s on the market for $19 million with Michaela Keszler of Douglas Elliman.