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Coopers Neck Lane Estate Sells For $13 Million

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RICHARD TAVERNA/COURTESY SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

RICHARD TAVERNA/COURTESY SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

authorStaff Writer on Aug 3, 2021

A waterfront estate in Southampton Village sold at the end of June for $13.1 million, after seeking $15 million.

At 284 Coopers Neck Lane, the 2.2-acre property has 220 feet of frontage on Coopers Neck Pond. Dubbed Dogwood Pond, the estate has a winding driveway past a broad lawn, a heated 34-foot-by-19-foot gunite pool, a pool house, a two-car garage, a parking court and a five-bedroom tradition residence bordered by a walled, flagstone terrace to the west and a long slate patio to the east.

Retractable awnings provide shade on the poolside or pondside when desired.

Guests enter at the primary staircase and hallway, off which are the powder room, the study with a fireplace, and the family room — also with a fireplace — that opens onto the terrace. On the opposite side are the living room with a fireplace, a bay window, and a built-in bar that opens to the water-facing patio. The residence also has a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen with breakfast area that opens to the patio, a butcher block island, and chef-level appliances. A large pantry, laundry, service area, back staircase, and side entrance adjoin the kitchen.

A bedroom suite and a staff area with a full bathroom complete the ground floor. Upstairs, find three guest suites and the water-facing master suite with its own sitting room, two full bathrooms, and extensive dressing areas.

Harald Grant, an associate broker with Sotheby’s International Realty, had the listing.

According to The Real Estate Report Inc., the seller was the estate of Peter Gordon and the new owner is Lee Wesley LLC.

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