Hamptons Cheat Sheet: Three East End properties priced over $20M hit the market … & more

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Oct.October 02, 2018 06:00 PM

Clockwise from top left: Quogue home named ‘Sand Castle’ lists for just shy of $20M , Southampton mansion on six acres lists for $37M, Waterfront Montauk home finds buyer after listing for more than $5M and Marshalls a step closer to opening in Bridgehampton after Southampton board vote.

Six-acre Southampton estate lists for $37M
A 16,700-square-foot mansion sitting on six acres of Southampton hit the market for $37 million, according to Curbed. The mansion, which was built in 2003, has eight bedrooms, tall ceilings, multiple fireplaces, a sunroom and covered porches. The property, which is accessed through a gated entry, also has specimen trees, gardens, a pond, a pool, a gazebo and a Har-Tru tennis court. The property sold in 1997 for $660,000, according to Zillow, which estimates the property’s worth to be just north of $11 million. The property’s represented by Tim Davis from Corcoran Group Real Estate. [Curbed]

Marshalls is a step closer to opening after Southampton board vote
The Southampton Town Planning Board found plans from Kimco Realty to build a 17,000-square-foot Marshalls store posed “no environmental issues” to the surrounding area, Newsday reported. The board voted six to zero to say an environmental review wasn’t necessary for the project to move forward. The town’s zoning board of appeals will still have to issue variance for the project to get to the final approval. Opponents worry the development could impact groundwater and spark traffic headaches. [Newsday]

Sagaponack compound hits the market for $29.9M
A 7.5-acre compound with a 9,535-square-foot main house in Sagaponack hit the market for $29.9 million, Curbed reported. The three-story main house has a double-height entry foyer, multiple fireplaces, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, elevator, wine cellar, home movie theater, gym and steam room in addition to other amenities. Both the pool and carriage houses have two bedrooms each, in addition to sitting rooms, fireplaces and kitchenettes. Outside, the compound has a Deco Turf tennis court, gunite pool, outdoor fireplace, outdoor shower, two perfolas and a grill. Beate Moore of Sotheby’s International Realty is handling the listing. [Curbed]

Quogue home named ‘Sand Castle’ lists for just shy of $20M 
A 14,014-square-foot home built in 2010 hit the market for $19.9 million, Curbed reported. The Quogue home, which has been dubbed “Sand Castle,” has 14 bathrooms, nine bedrooms, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, home gym, a double-height entry foyer and multiple balconies. This Sand Castle should not be confused with developer Joe Farrell’s storied Bridgehampton home that has the same name. The Quogue home sits on 3.25 acres with ocean access. On the grounds is a heated gunite pool with a retractable cover, an outdoor kitchen and an all-weather tennis court. The home had been listed for $24.95 million in 2014, but came off the market two years later without selling, according to Zillow records. Christopher Foglia of Daniel Gale is representing the property. [Curbed]

Waterfront Montauk home featured in film and TV finds a buyer 
A 3,200-square-foot home that appeared in the film Innocence and HGTV’s Vacation House for Free has found a buyer, according to Curbed. Designed in 1985 by Cape Cod architect Sandy Charlesworth and built by Meberg and Pedersen, the house came on the market in January for $5.75 million and more recently listed for $5,496,000. The home has three ensuite bedrooms, a living room looking out on the water, a sunroom and a large stone fireplace. The 1.7-acre property is set back more than 150 feet from a 40-foot bluff. Patti Leber of Town & Country Real Estate is representing the listing. [Curbed]


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