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Tech Attorney’s Ox Pasture Road Estate Fetches $10.23M

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355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton.

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

355 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

authorStaff Writer on Mar 13, 2020

In Southampton Village’s estate section, a French modern home at 355 Ox Pasture Road recently changed hands for $10.23 million.

The house was built on vacant land in 2001 for tech industry attorney and advisor Arthur Indursky, a founding partner of Grubman & Indursky, a boutique music industry law firm.

The property is 1.9 acres with formal boxwood hedges and dense perimeter plantings. The 6,800-square-foot residence has seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. Outside, enjoy the terraces, a pool house and the oversized pool and spa.

There are two staircases between the first and second floor, and the lower level has a theater, gym, sauna, game room and wine cellar.

According to The Real Estate Report Inc., the buyer was an anonymous limited liability company.

Tim Davis had the listing for Corcoran. The last asking price was $11.9 million. It first went on the market in 2017 for $13.5 million.

Also in the estate section, the vacant parcel at 155 Captains Neck Lane sold for $6.7 million. Chris Casciato, a managing director of Lightyear Capital and former partner at Goldman Sachs, and Lisa Reifenberg picked up the land from the estate of Daniel Rosenbloom.

Back in 2016, the land went on the market in tandem with 133 Captains Neck Lane, the site of a 3,240-square-foot English-style cedar-shingled house, for $18 million. Ultimately, the parts were sold separately. No. 133 sold in early 2018 for $6.6 million.

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