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New Build in Southampton Village Sells for $6.4 Million

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 In Southampton Village, 162 Wooley Street sold for $6.4 million. BRIAN BAILEY/MEDIAHAMPTONS FOR THE CORCORAN GROUP

In Southampton Village, 162 Wooley Street sold for $6.4 million. BRIAN BAILEY/MEDIAHAMPTONS FOR THE CORCORAN GROUP

authorStaff Writer on May 24, 2023

A 6,500-square-foot new build in Southampton Village designed by McDonough & Conroy Architects, built by Quogue Developers and appointed by Elsa Soyars Interiors, has sold for $6.4 million.

At 162 Wooley Street, the residence has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, with 10-foot ceilings on three levels.

A custom chef’s kitchen flows into an open great room with a wood-burning fireplace, and both spaces overlook the exceptionally wide 0.57-acre lot with a heated gunite pool and pavilion, according to the Corcoran listing. The first floor continues with a formal dining room, a junior master bedroom with en-suite bath and walk-in closet, a mudroom with a side entrance to the detached two-car garage and an office/den.

“On the upper level you will find a master suite with a spacious spa-inspired bathroom, including soaking tub, glass shower, double vanity and private lavatory,” the listing states. Three more upper-level bedrooms are en-suite and near the second-story laundry and linen closet.

The finished lower level offers an open recreation area, a gym/media room and two additional en-suite bedrooms with closets.

The new owner is Marisa Stavenas and the deal closed on April 6, according to Suffolk Vision Inc.

Associate broker Beth Marano of Corcoran had the listing.

“There were many special, unique and interesting aspects about the property and transaction at 162 Wooley Street,” Marano said. She noted the property comprises two merged lots, affording room for a good house size and large outdoor spaces for activities, accessory structures and landscaping possibilities. “This is unique in this particular area of the village,” she added.

“Despite being new construction, the property is located in an area within the village where the architectural review board is very strict about the architecture of the house blending in with the surrounding older homes,” Marano said. “Although the exterior had to maintain a historical aesthetic, the interior spaces of the house were designed to be large, open and modern for contemporary living. This provided a striking contrast and interest to the property.”

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