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The Top Five Hamptons Home Sales West Of The Shinnecock Canal

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25 Shinnecock Road, Quogue. COURTESY BROWN HARRIS STEVENS

25 Shinnecock Road, Quogue. COURTESY BROWN HARRIS STEVENS

132 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

132 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

23 Stacy Drive, Westhampton Beach. COURTESY TOWN & COUNTRY REAL ESTATE

23 Stacy Drive, Westhampton Beach. COURTESY TOWN & COUNTRY REAL ESTATE

authorStaff Writer on Aug 16, 2021

The Town of Southampton, west of the Shinnecock Canal, offers bayfront, oceanfront and other magnificent properties at a fraction of the cost of comparable properties east of the canal. Plus, the westerly portion of town is a much quicker trip from and to Manhattan.

The top five home sales in the area, courtesy of The Real Estate Report Inc., highlight what’s so alluring to buyers.

1.
25 Shinnecock Road, Quogue
$10,896,000

This historic estate includes a Southern-style main house with high ceilings, five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, a grand foyer, a living room, a formal dining room, a den/library — all with fireplaces — and a chef’s kitchen with light-washed custom oak cabinets, a butler’s pantry and granite countertops.

An L-shaped screened-in porch extends the first-floor living areas. The center hall staircase leads to the second level, with a grand landing, and the master suite with a sitting room equal in size to the bedroom, both with fireplaces, a master bath and plenty of closet space. Rounding out the floor are two additional bedrooms and a shared bath.

The third floor has a family room, a den/office or sixth bedroom, two additional bedrooms and a bathroom. A gym is in the basement.

A guest house has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen and a dining room. A caretaker’s cottage has two bedrooms, one bathroom, an eat-in kitchen and a living area.

A heated gunite pool and pool house with a bath, kitchenette and open bar are surrounded by high hedges. A two-plus-car heated garage has an attached potting shed.

Gayle Osman Lopata, John P. Vitello and Lauren A. Battista of Brown Harris Stevens had the listing. Both the seller’s and buyer’s identities were shielded by limited liability companies. It was listed for $13.9 million, and the deal closed on May 6.

2.
132 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach
$9,700,000

After less than 60 days on the market, this bayfront home with a pool, dock and tennis court sold and closed on February 12 with a last asking price of $10.95 million. Between the bridges to the mainland, the contemporary is set on a 1.1-acre double-wide lot. Built in 2002, it has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a media room, and a large kitchen outfitted with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. An elevator connects the two-car garage to the kitchen. The property also comes with deeded ocean access directly across the street. Judith Pace sold to Gary & Josephine Flood. Jean-Marc Zarka had the listing for Douglas Elliman.

3.
143 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach
$8,500,000

This modern located between the bridges sits on 0.65 acre with 83 feet of ocean frontage. Owner and architect Stuart Disston conceived of the design with interiors by Nina Carter. Builder Rocco J. Lettieri completed the construction in 2015 with custom finishes. The open floor plan with walls of glass has panoramic views. The ground floor offers a theater room, a gym, an en-suite guest bedroom or office, a mudroom and a powder room. A covered deck opened to the oceanside heated gunite pool with spa. The outdoor amenities also include a kitchen and lounge area. The second floor has four en-suite bedrooms and a master suite with its own private oceanview balcony. The residence is served by an elevator and comes with a garage. The buyer and seller were both anonymous limited liability companies. It was an open listing. The deal closed June 4.

4.
25 Quogue Street, Quogue
$6,125,000

Michael J. Fox and wife Tracy Pollan recently sold their Quogue residence for $6,125,000, a little less than they paid for it. The couple purchased the 7,000-square-foot, gambrel shingle-style traditional on 1.1 acres from a developer in 2007 for $6.3 million. No public listing for the sale of the residence was available; however, it’s been listed for rent in the past for as much as $300,000 for Memorial Day through Labor Day. The home includes six en-suite bedrooms; a gourmet chef’s kitchen, with double sink, Viking appliances and a wine fridge; a breakfast nook; a large living area with a stone fireplace; a formal dining room with a fireplace; a library; and an enclosed deck. The master suite has its own egress to the grounds. The lower level includes a play area, a wine cellar and a movie theater. Outdoors, a heated in-ground pool has a jacuzzi and is complemented by a pool house. There is a two-car garage as well. The deal closed April 18, and the new owner is David J. Mastrocola, a former partner at Goldman Sachs and currently the advisory chairman for Pleasant Lake Partners, a Manhattan hedge fund.

5.
23 Stacy Drive, Westhampton Beach
$6,100,000

This 6,785-square-foot bayfront home on 1.25 acres was built in 2007. It has white oak flooring throughout, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, plus a bonus room and a three-car garage. Enter at the two-story gallery. The first floor with 9-foot ceilings continues with 1.5 baths, a guest room/maid’s quarters, a laundry room, a living room, and an open floor plan with a family room, a kitchen and a dining area. Off the dining area is a screened-in porch with an outdoor, wood-burning fireplace. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Custom-built California Closets are in all of the bedrooms and three of the four upstairs bedrooms have 12-foot tray ceilings. Outside, enjoy mahogany decking, a heated saltwater pool and Jacuzzi, a shaded gazebo, and a dock with access for a 28-foot boat. The sellers were Dana and Randall Wiston and the new owner is a limited liability company. Francie and John Phillips of Town & Country Real Estate had the listing. The deal closed June 11.

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