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Amy Zerner's artistic couture.

Amy Zerner's artistic couture.

Harry Bates exterior

Harry Bates exterior

Co-chair Dick Bruce at "Art in the Garden." COURTESY FRAN CONIGLIARO

Co-chair Dick Bruce at "Art in the Garden." COURTESY FRAN CONIGLIARO

Fran Conigliaro and Diana Brennan at "Art in the Garden." COURTESY DIANA BRENNAN

Fran Conigliaro and Diana Brennan at "Art in the Garden." COURTESY DIANA BRENNAN

Demolition at Keyes Island property.    COURTESY LAND AQUISITION DEPARTMENT

Demolition at Keyes Island property. COURTESY LAND AQUISITION DEPARTMENT Kronos photographed in San Francisco, CA March 26, 2013©Jay Blakesberg

25 Quimby Lane, Bridgehampton. CRAIG MACNAUGHTON/COURTESY CORCORCAN

25 Quimby Lane, Bridgehampton. CRAIG MACNAUGHTON/COURTESY CORCORCAN

25 Quimby Lane, Bridgehampton. CRAIG MACNAUGHTON/COURTESY CORCORCAN

25 Quimby Lane, Bridgehampton. CRAIG MACNAUGHTON/COURTESY CORCORCAN

A completed home in the estate section of Westhampton Beach. COURTESY LAWRENCE III CORPORATION

A completed home in the estate section of Westhampton Beach. COURTESY LAWRENCE III CORPORATION

A completed home in the estate section of Westhampton Beach. COURTESY LAWRENCE III CORPORATION

A completed home in the estate section of Westhampton Beach. COURTESY LAWRENCE III CORPORATION

Harry Bates exterior

Harry Bates exterior

author on Apr 9, 2019

Just when we thought it was safe to turn our gaze away from Water Mill for a while, there is a new flurry of sales activity.

Leading the pack is the purchase of 139 Halsey Lane by a limited liability company for $7.25 million, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. (The seller, by the way, is the Mel Generation-Skipping Trust.) The 6,300-square-foot traditional offers a gourmet kitchen, great room, dining room, den, seven bedrooms, and 8.5 baths. Special details include paneled walls, wide-plank floors and coffered ceilings, an open-air summer living room with fireplace, and four additional interior fireplaces. The 2.8-acre property features a sunken tennis court, pool, spa, and two-car garage. Marilyn Clark and Eve Combemale of Sotheby’s International Realty represented the seller.

Also just sold, to Back Together LLC (has to be a story behind that!), is 396 Cobb Road, for $5.1 million. The 4,445-square-foot Colonial, built in 1890 on 1.47 acres, has a wraparound porch, a formal living room and a library, both with fireplaces, a dining room with French doors that open to the gardens, kitchen with wet bar, pantry and breakfast nook, and a playroom with full bath and separate entrance. Featuring a large master bedroom with sitting area and fireplace on the second floor, the second and third floors also offer four bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The park-like grounds have plenty of patios and terraces and a guitar-shaped pool. There is an artist studio with fireplace and a separate bathroom above the two-car garage.

Another sale was 881 Deerfield Road to an LLC for $4.6 million. On a shy acre against the backdrop of the hamlet’s farm fields is a 7,500-square-foot residence on three levels, with six bedrooms and 7.5 baths. There is a double-height foyer, a formal dining room, and a chef’s kitchen adorned in custom modern cabinetry surrounding a sleek waterfall-edge center island. The living and great rooms are anchored by the prominent fireplace. A junior master suite, full pool bath, mudroom, and two-car garage complete the first floor. Upstairs is a master suite with fireplace and balcony, a pair of walk-in closets, and a spa bath along with three additional guest suites and four-machine laundry. The baths feature curbless linear drain showers designed with a mixture of marble and glass with custom floating vanities. The finished lower level has the sixth bedroom and a bath, recreational area, and media room. Out back, a covered patio overlooks the heated pool and spa surrounded by white Turkish marble.

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