559 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton Village.
559 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton Village. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN
270 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton Village. COURTESY SAUNDERS & ASSOCIATES
Southampton Village’s Ox Pasture Road, a long street that runs east-west across the estate section, recently saw two big sales.
First up, a waterfront estate at 559 Ox Pasture Road changed hands for an even $11 million, according to The Real Estate Report Inc.
The seven-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom shingle-style residence is 9,800 square feet on 2.3 gated acres. The property had been seeking $12.95 million.
The foyer “opens up to the sun-filled, two-story living room with north and south fireplaces,” according to the listing. A formal dining room opens to a flagstone terrace and the main level also features a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast terrace, a media room, a game room, a gym and first-floor bedroom and bath.
The second floor has a large master bedroom suite with a separate sitting room, master bath and walk-in closets. Three additional guest bedrooms are all en suite. A second-floor balcony overlooks the gunite pool and expansive lawn stretching down to the water.
The water in question at this waterfront home is Heady Creek
Above the three-car garage are two guest/staff bedrooms and baths. The grounds also include a sunken Har-Tru tennis court.
The sellers were Claudia and William Walters and the new owner is Heady Creek LLC. Mr. Williams purchased the property back in 2002 for $6.25 million and added onto the residence in 2003, according to town records.
Michaela Keszler and Erica Grossman of Douglas Elliman had the listing. The deal closed back on September 16, 2020, but the deed was only recorded recently.
At 270 Ox Pasture Road, a 4,057-square-foot residence built in 1910 on 2.7 acres sold on November 18, 2020, for $8.75 million. According to the listing, 10,000 square feet can be added to the house, and there’s room for a tennis court.
Down a gated driveway, the home has eight bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, and a third-floor that pre-exists zoning restrictions. The listing notes that it retains many classic details and could be “lovingly renovated,” and the original part of the house could become the guest wing.
The property also comes with a pool surrounded by an expansive patio, plus an accessory garage.
The last asking price was $9.95 million. Mark Greenwald of Saunders had the listing and he brought the buyer as well.
The seller was the estate of Monique Picot. Ms. Picot, who died in 2018, and her husband, Jean-Paul Picot, opened the French bistro La Bonne Soupe on Manhattan’s 55th Street in 1973, according to the Federation of French War Veterans.
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