473 Hill Street Southampton Village, New York
At the end of a 600 foot private road sits this beautifully-handcrafted compound; a rare find in the Village. Enter the Main House and find yourself in a stunning center hall with a grand fireplace. This hall runs the length of the home and connects the remaining rooms, which include a living room with exposed wood beams, dining room with wood paneling, library with vaulted ceiling, a mud room, an office and an oversized, custom eat-in kitchen. The second floor is host to the master suite and guest suite. The master suite includes a sitting room area with 3 bay windows formed by a large dormer, master bathroom and a fireplace. The guest suite also includes a separate sitting area and a large bathroom. The lower level consists of a large bedroom, marble-floored bathroom with steam shower, media/theater room, home-gym, infrared sauna and expansive storage space. Adjacent to the Main House, across from the Salt-water Gunite pool is the Guest/Pool Cottage. This building is one long level with multiple rooms, including living room, kitchenette, bathroom and rear separate family room, along with a full basement with laundry and storage. There is a separate central heating and air conditioning and a separate hot water system. The third building on the property is the Garage Cottage. This consists of an oversized 2-car garage with storage area, a marble-tiled bathroom and a second floor studio, also with separate heating, air conditioning and hot water systems. The entire compound was recently rebuilt to the highest standards. Some of the improvements, which include Old World finishes with state-of-the-art conveniences, include Steel beams with concrete outer walls, interior power beams and 1 foot-thick walls and no interior columns, hand finished stucco exterior with custom cedar shake roof, hand finished venetian plaster interior walls and truly stunning custom double insulated French restoration glass with hand laid lead glass windows. The existing main house, originally built in 1907, was rebuilt and expanded in 2013.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman