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Waterfront Ox Pasture Road Estate Sells For $28.45 Million

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569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

569 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

authorStaff Writer on Aug 3, 2021

A 4.6-acre Southampton Village estate recently sold for $28.45 million after seeking $32 million, an 11.1 percent discount.

At 569 Ox Pasture Road, the property has 357 feet of waterfront, a private dock, and a 9,500-square-foot Georgian residence with nine bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-baths.

A gate and pillar entry opens to a winding drive lined with apple trees, past the tennis court with a viewing patio, the 20-foot-by-45-foot pool and the pool house. The drive ends at the main house with parking in the attached two-car garage, or three-car garage with powder room and greenhouse.

Enter the 1970 home through the main door into the double-height foyer or use any of the 10 side entries.

The main level features high ceilings, three entertaining spaces, formal dining and a solarium all with water and sunset views, plus a kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a breakfast nook and a brick hearth fireplace; a two-bedroom staff apartment with full bath and kitchenette; a junior master suite; a mudroom; laundry and storage space.

Find the master suite on the second level. The suite offers water views, a sauna, deck access, a dressing room, walk-through and walk-in closets and an en-suite bathroom with a separate soaking tub room. Five more bedrooms, four more bathrooms and additional storage space are on the second level

Erica Grossman of Douglas Elliman had the listing.

According to The Real Estate Report Inc., the seller was JPMorgan Trust Co of Delaware, and the new owner is 569 OP LLC. The deal closed on June 25.

Also in Southampton Village, The Real Estate Report Inc. recently revealed the final sales price of 1210 Meadow Lane. The 3.3-acre oceanfront property had been listed for $37 million, but the sale closed on May 11 for $23 million, a 37.8 percent discount.

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