Southampton manse in contract for nearly $35M

New York /
Feb.February 19, 2019 11:18 AM

A 23,000-square foot new construction home in Southampton has gone to contract at $34.95 million, according to Behind the Hedges. The mansion at 6 Olde Towne Lane, built in 2017, includes a full-length indoor basketball court, a rooftop putting green, a tennis court and a gunite pool. Tony Ingrao designed the home’s interior, which includes nine bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a glass staircase, a black stone fireplace and four kitchens, one of which is for professional use. The 3.84-acre property was developed by Cold Spring Harbor-based Keane Development Company. Information about the buyer’s identity is not yet known. Corcoran Group star broker Gary DePersia brought in the buyer. He shares the listing with Corcoran agent Tim Davis. [Behind the Hedges]


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