Water Mill new build hits market with $18.4M price tag

New York /
Feb.February 13, 2019 10:23 AM

A 12,708-square-foot home at 150 Rose Hill Road in Water Mill is now up for sale with an ask of $18.4 million price tag, Curbed reported. The three-floor home has nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a double-height foyer, masonry fireplaces and a butler’s pantry off the kitchen. The first-floor master suite has its own library, powder room and 15-foot-high ceilings, along with couple’s closets and radiant-heated bathrooms. The new construction home, developed by Southampton-based Lifton-Green Builders and designed by David Scott Interiors, has a gym, theater, wet bar, wine room and staff suite on its lower level. The 4.26-acre property also includes a sunken tennis court, pool, spa and an outdoor kitchen. Curbed noted that while the home has access to Mecox Bay and a coveted south-of-the-highway address, its new owners would still need to drive on the highway in order to get to the Atlantic Ocean. Bespoke Real Estate has the listing. [Curbed]


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