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Recent Build In Southampton Village With $9 Million Asking Price Enters Contract

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136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

136 Bishops Lane, Southampton. COURTESY COMPASS

authorStaff Writer on Aug 3, 2021

A recent build in Southampton Village has entered contract with a last asking price of $9 million, according to Compass.

Developer Josh Guberman of Core Development Group completed the 8,160-square-foot traditional with a pool, spa, pool house and tennis court on 1 acre in 2019 at 136 Bishops Lane.

The main house has eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and two half-baths. The sunny living spaces spread over three levels have wide-plank oak floors, detailed millwork and trim, and designer lighting.

The double-height foyer leads to an open-plan living room, kitchen and dining room. The adjacent den has a gas marble fireplace and a wet bar. On the west side of the first floor are a powder room and a bedroom suite with a touchscreen, high-security walk-in closet and en-suite bath.

The chef’s kitchen with handcrafted cabinets, and 2-inch marble counters has a 10-foot-long island and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including a vented six-burner Wolf range with double ovens and pot filler, side-by-side 36-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator-freezer, Thermador convection ovens and two dishwashers. A fully outfitted butler’s pantry leads to an oversized storage pantry, and the adjacent formal dining room welcomes dinner for 14 under distinctive copper globe light fixtures, the Compass listing states.

The top floor owner’s suite has vaulted ceilings, a gas fireplace, and a spa-like bathroom with an air jet soaking tub for two, a walk-in shower, water closet, and twin vanities, and marble and custom cabinetry. There are three secondary suites.

The lower level has walk-out patios that bring light, air and landscaping into the lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center and three bright bedrooms: one en suite and two served by a Jack-and-Jill bath.

The lower level continues with a temperature-controlled wine room, a professional screening room and a second laundry room with a sink, microwave and refrigerator.

A bluestone patio runs the length of the back of the home and has two seating areas and an outdoor kitchen. Bluestone steps and stacked-stone walls lead to the 50-foot-by-100-foot herringbone brick pool deck with a six-jet spa and a 20-foot-by-50-foot gunite saline pool regulated by a state-of-the-art Jandy Aqualink system. A pergola tops a gas fire pit area.

The pool house offers a living room, two adjoining rooms, a large kitchenette, central air, a full bathroom and an outdoor shower. An insulated basement offers storage for seasonal and outdoor furniture. A Har Tru hydro tennis court also features a professional-grade Porter basketball court.

The property is outfitted with smart home controls, remote lighting, alarms and security. Double driveway gates and perimeter fencing provide the first layer of protection complemented by a 16-camera monitoring system, Honeywell alarm system with motion detectors and water and temperature sensors.

The double-wide U-shaped driveway, four-car motor court and detached two-car garage provide ample parking.

The lead agent, Matt Breitenbach, says the sale is likely a record setter for that area of Southampton Village, where the previous highest trade was about $4 million. It’s located in the heart of the village, northwest between South Magee Street and Moses Lane.

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