Newly Built Fowler Street Residence Sells For $33 Million - 27 East

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Newly Built Fowler Street Residence Sells For $33 Million

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91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village.

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village.

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village.

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village. COURTESY BESPOKE

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village.

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village. COURTESY BESPOKE

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village.

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village. COURTESY BESPOKE

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village.

91 Fowler Street, Southampton Village. COURTESY BESPOKE

authorStaff Writer on Jun 8, 2020

A newly built Southampton Village estate fronting Phillips Pond has sold for $33.25 million in one of the biggest transactions of the year on the South Fork.

The location is 91 Fowler Street, and the sale closed on April 21, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. On 3.2 acres, the residence is 13,000 square feet with eight bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms and three half-baths, by custom builder Lifton Green in partnership with JBialsky Premiere Design + Development.

The shingled main house with walls of glass has double-height living spaces, four fireplaces, Waterworks fixtures and tiles, multiple terraces and a rooftop deck with views of the ocean, Phillips Pond, Sayre Pond and Jule Pond. There’s a living room, a den, a family room, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen, a media room and a wine room.

Raymond Renault of Lifton Green designed the residence with interior design by David Scott Interiors and grounds by LaGuardia Design Group.

A pool house complements the 20-foot-by-80-foot heated infinity pool with an 8-foot-by-8-foot spa. The property also includes a 60-foot-by-120-foot north-south tennis court and a four-car heated garage.

“Unobstructed western exposure affords incredible vistas of spectacular sunsets and a private sense of peacefulness,” The Bespoke Real Estate listing reads. “Captivating scenes of the glistening water, lush greenery, picturesque fields, brilliant blue sky, and changing colors of the seasons converge to create a jaw-dropping visual experience.”

The last listing price was $42.9 million. The final sales price amounts to a 22.5 percent discount.

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