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Dune Road Oceanfront Residence Sells For $11 Million

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In Westhampton Beach, 339 Dune Road recently sold for $11 million.  COURTESY GIO/JUMPVISUAL

In Westhampton Beach, 339 Dune Road recently sold for $11 million. COURTESY GIO/JUMPVISUAL

In Westhampton Beach, 339 Dune Road recently sold for $11 million.  COURTESY GIO/JUMPVISUAL

In Westhampton Beach, 339 Dune Road recently sold for $11 million. COURTESY GIO/JUMPVISUAL

In Westhampton Beach, 339 Dune Road recently sold for $11 million.  COURTESY GIO/JUMPVISUAL

In Westhampton Beach, 339 Dune Road recently sold for $11 million. COURTESY GIO/JUMPVISUAL

authorStaff Writer on Jun 29, 2022

An oceanfront residence on Dune Road in the Village of Westhampton Beach sold earlier this year for $11 million, making it one of the top transactions west of the Shinnecock Canal in 2022 so far.

On just shy of an acre at 339 Dune Road, the beach house with glass details, stonework and extensive decking has seven bedrooms and five and half bathrooms.

A large circular fireplace is at the center of a massive living room designed for entertaining. A chef’s kitchen has granite countertops and a 8-foot-by-10-foot island, two refrigerators and a dual oven. The kitchen flows into a spacious dining room, and also among the interior spaces is an oceanview exercise room.

The house was rebuilt after the original structure burned down in 1984, pointed out Mary Binder, the associate broker with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty who represented the property along with Dianne Klink.

“Every single room, except for two rooms in the house, are ocean view,” Binder said.

A tennis court is on the bayside, and an 18-by-45-foot-pool and a 12-person hot tub are on the oceanside.

Binder said six interested buyers flew in from around the globe to view the property and make offers, and the new owner is from IKO Roofing Company in Toronto, she said.

She said the sellers were the Lanza family, and the new owner was disappointed he didn’t get to keep the portrait of the Lanzas’ bootlegger grandfather from Brooklyn that had hung in the home.

The asking price was $11.9 million, and the buyer contacted Binder directly.

The sale entered contract in February and closed on April 1.

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