Buyer pays $10.23M for Southampton Village manse

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Mar.March 20, 2020 02:43 PM

An anonymous limited liability company shelled out $10.23 million for a French modern home in Southampton Village, 27east reported. The seven-bedroom, 6,800-square-foot house, which first hit the market for $13.5 million in 2017, sits on 1.9 acres of land that come with “formal boxwood hedges and dense perimeter plantings,” the outlet reported. The home’s new residents will have access to amenities including a theater, a pool and spa, a sauna and a wine cellar. Corcoran’s Tim Davis had the listing. [27east]


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