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Sagaponack New Construction Designed by McDonough & Conroy Sells for $6 Million

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188 Merchants Path, Sagaponack, by Fineo Development Group and McDonough & Conroy Architects.

188 Merchants Path, Sagaponack, by Fineo Development Group and McDonough & Conroy Architects.

authorStaff Writer on Apr 9, 2024

A new 8,000-square-foot home in Sagaponack has sold for $6 million preconstruction.

On 3.13 acres at 188 Merchants Path, the shingle-style transitional home is by architects McDonough & Conroy in collaboration with Hampton Builders Inc. and Fineo Development Group. Leslie Norton Fineo of LNF Interiors did the interior design, and landscape architect Dean Gomolka designed the grounds.

The layout includes an open concept kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances adjoining an open sitting room with a fireplace and access to the outdoor entertaining spaces. The living room has a hearth and fireplace, a “dramatic” two-story window wall flooding the interior with light, French doors leading to the patio, 40-foot-by-20-foot heated gunite pool, a spa, pool/tennis pavilion and tennis, according to the Douglas Elliman listing.

Rounding out the first floor are a junior master en-suite bedroom, a dining room with a butler’s pantry and a four-unit spacious laundry room.

The primary suite is found upstairs, with a large bedroom, private terrace, two walk-in closets and a luxurious bathroom featuring marble flooring, a deep soaking tub, a marble shower, two vanities and a private water closet. The upstairs also has three additional en-suite bedrooms and second laundry room.

The lower level has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a powder room, a central entertainment area, a theater, an office and a spacious gym.

Associate broker Frank Fineo of Douglas Elliman had the listing and is behind Fineo Development Group.

“I’m the developer of this newly constructed home, which I sold and closed in January of this year — but it actually went into contract in March of 2023, before we even started building!” Fineo shared. “This 8,000-square-foot, transitional style home is beautifully designed by McDonough & Conroy Architects, and is situated on 3.13 private acres in Sagaponack with a pool, pool house and tennis. We were fortunate to have a masterful team collaborating on this project."

He added: “We’re all very proud of what we accomplished here and are thrilled for the new buyers who get to call it home.”

Associate broker Andrea Ackerman of Brown Harris Stevens brought the buyers.

“I met the buyers when I sold the wife’s parents their house more than 20 years ago,” Ackerman said. “I introduced this unusually loyal family to the developer of a couple of houses that the buyers loved. The developer had the land in Sagaponack, they custom tweaked his designs, and voila! My customers’ custom house with pool and tennis exactly where they wanted to be.”

Suffolk Vision Inc. reports the buyer was 188 Merchants LLC and the deal closed on January 22.

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