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Water Mill Whips Up Real Estate Sales

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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

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

author on Jul 11, 2018

The hamlet of Water Mill had been a bit quiet in the real estate department—but that ended with the report of a healthy eight-figure sale, followed by a couple of other handsome transactions.

The big-money deal in Water Mill was the sale of 47 Crescent Avenue to an LLC for $14,350,000. Bordering a 34-acre reserve and right by Mecox Bay, the 8,600-square-foot home on 2.6 acres has 10 bedrooms and 12 baths. “Enter into breathtaking light-filled living space graced by walls of glass through a dramatic double-height foyer beautified by finished white oak floors,” we’re told. “An expansive great room, den/media room and formal living room are exquisitely designed with coffered ceilings and enriched with striking fireplaces.”

The chef’s kitchen is equipped with a premium stainless-steel appliance package to inspire culinary creations. Huge glass doors off the main entertaining areas lead to the patios, pool, and lush lawn areas. The sprawling first level also houses a guest master suite with fireplace, two powder rooms, a mudroom with custom cubbies, and a radiant-heated three-car garage. The upstairs master wing stretches from the front to the rear of the home. Five ensuite bedrooms (two with private terraces) and a laundry room occupy the second floor as well. The lower level also has a pair of suites for staff or guests, plus a gym with spa bath, home theater with stadium seating, wine cellar, and abundant storage.

Also just sold in Water Mill was 377 Cobb Road, for $7,700,000. With a whopping 10,500 square feet on a modest 0.83 acre, the residence boasts 10 bedrooms and 10 baths and—count ’em—five fireplaces as well as two laundry rooms. The first floor contains a junior master suite and a private study with fireplace. Some of the features in the kitchen include 14-foot ceilings, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and a large walk-in pantry. The grand dining room has an architectural ceiling that shares a polished concrete fireplace, and there is a large open living room with a coffered ceiling. Styled for entertaining, the rooms connect to a covered porch that flows to the pool house cabana, which includes a full bathroom.

We can’t end without mentioning 200 Guyer Road, which sold for an even $5 million to an entity known as Happy Wife LLC. She will now be happier with a house that is 5,662 square feet with four bedrooms and five baths. And did a descendant of Paul Revere just purchase a property in Water Mill? The house at 164 Deerfield Road was sold for $3,225,000, and the buyer was Two If By Sea LLC.

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