104 Brick Kiln Road, Bridgehampton. RISE MEDIA FOR SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY
A 8,700-square-foot shingled residence on nearly one and half gated acres in Bridgehampton has sold for $7.48 million after seeking $7.8 million.
The home at 104 Brick Kiln Road with views of neighboring fields and horse farms has seven bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, four fireplaces, a built-in outdoor kitchen, a large gym and a home theater, and the property also includes a pool and pool house with a wet bar and full bath.
The double-height foyer has views of the pool, patio and lawns. The main floor is airy and bright, according to the listing, and includes a junior primary suite, a great room with fireplace, a family room with fireplace, a large dining room with adjacent butler’s pantry that it outfitted with wine and beverage refrigerators, an eat-in kitchen with an oversized center island, Wolf range, Wolf microwave, Sub-Zero refrigerator and two Miele dishwashers.
Five bedrooms suites are located upstairs including the primary with gas fireplace, two walk-in closets, a marble bathroom and a private balcony overlooking the pool.
The lower level media room has a full-length built in wet bar with a Sub-Zero beverage refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and icemaker. The lower level also offers a home gym, a billiards room with garden walk-out, a glass wine cellar, a large bedroom and a full bathroom.
The outdoor kitchen has a 42-inch Lynx grill, burner and refrigerator. Also among the outdoor living spaces are open and covered bluestone patios with a fireplace.
Associate broker Sharon Stern of Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing.
“From its central location, gated and on reserve in the heart of Bridgehampton, to its fabulous amenities, this superbly built home with pool and pool house was beautifully designed,” Stern said. “The market appreciated what this home had to offer, and its new buyers will, no doubt, love the gorgeous views, exquisite landscaping, fabulous outdoor space and remarkable high quality interiors, on every level, as did my very special clients.”
The deal closed on September 15, according to Suffolk Vision Inc., which reported the sellers were Maxine and Philip Armstrong and the new owner is an LLC.
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