Century-old Southampton home sells after listing for $9.95M

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Mar.March 05, 2019 05:09 PM

A 109-year-old Southampton home has found a buyer after coming on the market in October for $10.45 million and then having its price chopped to $9.95 million, Curbed reported. Built in 1910, the 4,057-square-foot home at 270 Ox Pasture Road has eight bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, an eat-in chef’s kitchen with modern appliances, a wine cellar and other features. Sitting on 2.7 acres, the property has room enough for a 10,000-square-foot addition, according to the listing with Saunders & Associates’ Mark Greenwald. Curbed noted the sellers, whose deal with a buyer is still pending, have owned the property since 1978. “I found a buyer that appreciated the need to preserve the historical and architectural significance of this turn-of-the century house and its classic Southampton heritage,” Greenwald told the outlet. [Curbed]


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