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Little Noyac Path Estate Trades Again, This Time for $6.45 Million

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220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  MEDIA HAMPTONS

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. MEDIA HAMPTONS

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill.  CHRIS FOSTER

220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill. CHRIS FOSTER

authorStaff Writer on Jan 8, 2024

A Water Mill estate that sold in 2022 for $6.05 million after undergoing a renovation sold again recently, this time for $6.45 million — a 6.7 percent jump in sales price in 17 months.

The 8,000-square-foot stucco-clad residence on 2.75 acres at 220 Little Noyac Path was listed for $6.9 million.

The estate has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms in all. The residence has living space over three levels, with four fireplaces found throughout. The entry leads to the great room with 25-foot ceilings and a paneled library with coffered ceiling. The formal dining room is serviced by a custom-built eat-in kitchen with quartz counters and backsplash, an 8-foot center island, a pair of Bosch dishwashers, a 48-inch Viking stove with double oven, two Sub-Zero 36-inch double refrigerator/freezers and a wine cooler, plus a butler’s pantry.

A guest suite, powder room, laundry room and a two-car garage round out the first floor. The top floor includes a primary wing, “stretching from front to back of the residence,” according to the Corcoran listing, with a large fireplaced sleeping chamber, 12-foot ceilings, a walk-in closet, a spa-like bath and a private balcony. Four more bedrooms, each with a bathroom en suite, are found on the second floor. All bedrooms have individual thermostats and radiant-heat bathroom floors.

The lower level is finished and offers a living room, recreational room, fireplace, gym with sauna and full bath, wine cellar and a staff suite.

Outdoor living and dining spaces include 2,000 square feet of covered and uncovered bluestone patios that frame a 50-foot heated gunite pool, hot tub and Lynx kitchen.

“The entire property is embraced by mature trees, colorful plantings and a sea of verdant lawn, augmented further by artfully placed landscape lighting,” the listing states.

Additional amenities include a five-zone Sonos system, Toto toilets, Lutron lighting, security cameras, motorized window treatments, Rohl and Newport fixtures, central vacuum, two oversized water heaters and a pair of water filtration systems.

The deal closed on November 9, 2023, according to Suffolk Vision Inc., which reports the sellers were Deborah and Thomas Miglis and the new owner is Blue Ocean Noyac Path LLC.

Corcoran’s Gary DePersia had the listing.

DePersia said: “220 Little Noyac Path is a great house with tennis on almost three acres in an exclusive Water Mill location. It was totally renovated in 2021/2022. In spring 2022, after the renovation, my buyers purchased it. In summer 2023, after great enjoyment of this traditional-style Hamptons home, they decided to move on to a modern and newly constructed home that I found for them.

“We put the house on the market and quickly found a buyer who closed in fall 2023.”

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