This exceptional home in Water Mill, New York has 8,000 square feet of living space, according to a listing by James Peyton. It includes many features that make it a one-of-a-kind residence. The upstairs is complete with an additional junior master suite with a private balcony, 3 additional bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a laundry room and a second-floor living room that overlooks the leafy property. Two additional en-suite guest bedrooms with a 4 machine laundry room and storage complete the lower level. To the rear, an expansive deck with two covered outdoor living areas and a fireplace overlooks the 20×50 heated Gunite pool with an 8×8 sunken spa and patio area. A sampling of the additional amenities shows the appeal of this magnificent home. Climb the grand staircase to the master suite with living room, expansive bedroom with a gas fireplace, private balcony and spa tub complemented by floating vanities and a mix of select stones as well as a lavish walk-in closet adorned with cabinetry custom clad in crevasse and quartered white oak. The finished lower level offers 2,300 square feet of additional living space with a media room, game room, and recreation area as well as a glass-enclosed gym and powder room.
The house is close to schools and educational centers including the Byrd Hoffman Foundation, Southampton Day Care, Fountain of Youth, Southampton High School, Southampton Middle School and Southampton School District Office. Nearby dining options include Hampton Coffee Company, Calissa, Summer Bistro, SUBWAY, and Suki Zuki. A short distance away is Northwell Health-GoHealth Emergency Care, Southampton Hospital and the Hamptons Center. There are several convenience stores and markets nearby including Suburban Propane, Convenient Food Mart, 7-Eleven, Cumberland Farms and Crown Convenience. Local attractions include the former school of Noyac. For those wishing to access public transport, Southampton and Bridgehampton are close by.
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