Retro-Modern Surf House crafted in the Village of Southampton
Retro-Modern Surf House crafted on .5+ acres in the Village of Southampton less than 1 mile to Village Ocean Beaches & Main Street. Open concept living spaces seamlessly merge with the outdoors, creating the ultimate experience of bringing the outdoors in. Henry Built custom kitchen, imported stones, exotic woods & sliding walls of glass are a taste of the core elements of this home. A custom pool/spa with fire pits, water features & waterfalls and private pool house & pavilions are adorned by designed landscaping. Plus extensive covered patios with fireplaces for enjoying pool area and beautiful yard.
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Located just minutes from both shopping and ocean beaches, this stunning new construction boasts all of the latest modern amenities. From imported marble to siberian white oak floors, not a single flourish or detail was overlooked. Discover more of what this spectacular custom home has to offer by taking the virtual tour.
Just minutes from the shops at the heart of Southampton Village. Find anything from luxury brands to up-and-coming pop-up shops to local staples.
Enjoy concerts in the park, movie nights at the Southampton Art Center, events at the Rogers Memorial Library and more of what this historic town has to offer.
This stunning custom home is just around the corner from some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, making this the perfect summer getaway.
The Village of Southampton, settled in 1640 and incorporated in 1894, historically began with a small group of English Puritans who set sail from Lynn, Massachusetts and landed on June 12, 1640 at what is now known as Conscience Point. It is the oldest English settlement in the state of New York and is named after the British Earl of Southampton.
With the end of the Revolutionary War in 1783 and the extension of the railroad to Sag Harbor in 1872, wealthy New Yorkers seeking escape from the ever growing city sought the serenity of our countryside and the beauty of our pristine beaches. This new emergence of substance and wealth caused a building boom during the early part of the twentieth century. Large estates were designed and built and the Village of Southampton grew and prospered.