699 Hill Street Southampton Village, New York
First built in 1868, this exquisite cedar shingled home boasts a new wing developed by John Rose and a garden, designed by Herman Schultz, which hosts tours conducted by The Southampton Rose Society, The Southampton Garden Club, The International Garden Club, and The Nature Conservancy. Nestled on a generous acre, this breathtaking home lies within short distance to Southampton Village and Ocean Beaches. The interior is equipped with a chef's quality kitchen, accentuated by top appliances, custom English-wood cabinetry, fireplace, and a breakfast area. Overlooking formal gardens and fish ponds, the conservatory can claim a rich history, as it was custom built in England with hurricane windows and hand-tiled Italian floor. The first floor consists of a spacious formal dining room, living room with fireplace, wet bar, and a library, the upstairs features a master bedroom suite accompanied by a fireplace, sitting area, double closets, large marble bath, a professional steam shower, Jacuzzi, and Waterworks fixtures. Completing the second level are three additional bedrooms with baths, laundry room, sitting area, and balcony. Also, the finished lower level is complete with a theater/game room, wet bar, guest bedroom, bath, laundry room, and mechanicals room. The outside amenities include a custom free-from Gunite pool, bluestone decking, custom outside lighting, and detached two-car garage . Paid credence to in Ron Papageorge's '21 Houses for the 21st Century', this home is a gem which will not remain on the market for long.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman