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New Construction In Quogue Sells For $4.2 Million

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authorStaff Writer on Sep 30, 2019

New construction on a redeveloped parcel in Quogue has sold for $4,819,200, according to The Real Estate Report Inc.

The buyer of 16 Barker Lane is an anonymous LLC with an address for a condo in The Avery, on the Upper West Side’s Riverside Park.

The design by architect John Himmelsbach calls for a 6,100-square-foot home with both “grand and casual” living spaces.

With an open floor plan, the house has a kitchen with double islands and a larger pantry, a dining area, a wet bar, and a living room with a fireplace. Round out the first floor are a family room, a half-bath an en-suite guest bedroom and a laundry room. A retractable NanaWall opens to the deck and covered porch that stretch the length of the house. On the second floor — accessible via elevator — a master suite has a fireplace, dual closets and a private deck. The floor also hosts three more en-suite bedrooms and a second laundry room.

A breezeway connects the house to the two-car garage that has a powder room and an outdoor shower.

Outside enjoy a 20-by-40 heated gunite pool and spa. A spiral staircase leads up to the second-floor deck.

Daniel Messina of Brown Harris Stevens was the builder and it was also his sale. The listing price had been $5.2 million.

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