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Middle Lane Traditional Sells For $9.5 Million

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89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

89 Middle Lane, East Hampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

authorStaff Writer on Sep 7, 2021

An East Hampton Village traditional with light-filled, modern living spaces recently sold for its full asking price, $9.5 million, just weeks after it was listed in May.

On 1.3 acres at 89 Middle Lane, the 5,500-square-foot residence with white shingle siding and a natural shingle roof has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one half-bath.

“The entry foyer sets the stage for the level of detailing and trim that is featured throughout the entire residence,” the listing states. The living room has several French doors that open to the front porch or the rear covered patio, and the adjacent family room has one of the four gas fireplaces that are found throughout the house. The kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances and has a center island and custom cabinetry. The kitchen flows into the large formal dining room.

On the second floor, find the master suite with a private balcony.

The house is wired throughout for Sonos sound.

The property is gated and the grounds feature mature specimen trees and “lush rolling lawn,” according to the listing. There is also a heated gunite pool and spa, and plans are in place, with permits, for a detached garage or pool house.

The deal closed on June 30. The sellers were Claire and Anthony Florence and the new owner is IB Middle Lane Holdings LLC, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. The Florences purchased 89 Middle Lane back in 2017 for $6.29 million.

Martha Gundersen and Paul Brennan of Douglas Elliman had the listing.

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