Hello once again from Michael.

This one I just wrote about on my blog, and someone wanted to see it here also, and it is a very interesting property, so here you go!

It is a new construction, and you find it in Water Mill, NY. It offers approximately 12,000 sq ft with 8 bedrooms, 8 full and a half bath. It sits on approximately 6.5 acres.

A 2-story foyer with two staircases. There is a living room both upstairs and downstairs. They both look very nice.

I noticed that parquet de Versailles is being used here, and it does look nice, but here you also have it in a bathroom. I do not like it, I think it looks silly. But the new owners might love it.

The kitchen looks great. I would want to keep it just as it looks now.

This looks like a good second home, you go here when you want to escape from the busy streets in the big city. Enjoy some ocean air. Get some French toast and sit outside with your morning coffee and just relax.

Asking price $8,900,000

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  • Kenny Forder

    The exterior is beautiful! I would much rather see marble floors though =)




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    • Nalin

      agreed, i’ve never been a fan of that much hardwood. it gives an outdated feeling to the house




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  • Mike F

    Marble or granite floors are nice, that is true. But I also like parquet floors, especially polished ones.




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  • Venom

    I respect the parquet floors because I grew up with them, don’t love them though.
    Bathrooms should always be marble, wood in a bathroom is just kind of idiotic, just like carpet.

    My major problem with this home is the horrible wood they used for the staircase and the paneling on the surrounding walls. It looks like raw maple.
    Personally a fan of Brazilian cherry or mahogany.




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    • Mike F

      A room with a cherry interior can be really nice. Have seen some of that on the internet.




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  • Nalin

    mahagony rooms are awesome




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    • Mike F

      Mahogany is nice, but some flooring expert told me you should not have that in too many public rooms, because it is softer than let’s say oak, so it can get more easily damaged. I guess it depends on if you use high heels and things like that too often on it.




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  • Nick

    The exterior is beautiful.




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