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Bridgehampton Traditional Sells for $4.95 Million

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11 Osprey Way, Water Mill.  COURTESY CORCORAN

11 Osprey Way, Water Mill. COURTESY CORCORAN

authorStaff Writer on Jun 21, 2023

A 5,226-square-foot traditional home in Water Mill has sold for $4.95 million after seeking $5.5 million.

Built in 2007 on 0.94 acre at 11 Osprey Way, the home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and one half-bath. The entry foyer leads to all shared rooms, including a living room, library and formal dining room, each with a wood-burning fireplace.

The residence features high ceilings, wide-plank floors and custom details throughout. The sun-filled gourmet kitchen adjoins a great room with a fireplace and connects to an all-season porch with heated slate floors. A separate staircase off the kitchen leads to a private studio with bath and a 14-foot-by-21-foot deck.

The upper level has a large landing, four guest bedrooms and a primary bedroom suite with a fireplace and private deck.

Outdoors, enjoy mature landscaping with specimen trees and expansive lawns, and a 50-foot-by-20-foot heated gunite pool with bluestone patios.

Jane Peterson and Lewis Apito of Corcoran had the listing.

“I always loved the house and property since we sold the past owner the land, and the house was designed and built with much thought and care,” Peterson said. “The interior has a well laid out floor plan with exceptionally high ceilings and oversized rooms for the era, and the property offers traditional elegance set with beautiful gardens and pool. A truly wonderful home!”

The deal closed on February 22, Suffolk Vision Inc. reported. The sellers were Philip and Michelle D’Ambrosio and the new owner is Robin Reiss.

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