New North Sea Developments Break the Mold

New York /
Aug.August 03, 2016 02:20 PM

A woodsy Southampton hamlet, located in the north-of-the-highway zone often overlooked by vacationers, North Sea is traditionally viewed as a magnet for year-round residents. But the mix began to change after the Kardashians rented a waterfront estate on Noyac Road in 2015. Now, on a spit of land next to that property, Coast Development Group has broken ground on a $26-million development project slated to add three hefty 5,000-square-foot homes to the harbor-front land. Two of the houses, which will list for $6 million each, are under construction; a third is planned for $14 million. All will boast huge floor-to-ceiling windows, a far cry from the cedar-shake look of much of the area’s other new construction. Glenn Callahan, a Coast partner, touted the inland location as an asset, saying, “You can escape the madness of The Drive.” — C. J. Hughes


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