This newly built English Farmhouse style mansion is situated on 7.5 acres of property. It is located at 232 Parsonage Lane in Sagaponack, NY. It was built by Michael Davis Design & Construction. The main house boasts over 12,500 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half baths, paneled foyer with coffered ceiling, living room that leads out to a covered porch, formal dining room with coffered ceiling, library with wet bar and custom cabinetry, 5 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room and butler’s pantry, family room, den, mud room with 2nd staircase, an elevator, and a laundry room. The 3,300+ square foot lower level of the home (included in the 12,500) boasts a mirrored gym, wine cellar, recreational room, home theater, and a sauana.

The estate also boasts a carriage house that contains a 3-car garage and a 1,483 square foot loft above that includes a living room, 2 bonus rooms, and 2 full baths. The property also features a lighted sunken tennis court, 60 ft swimming pool and spa, and a 3-room 1,379 square foot pool house with spa facilities. The home is listed at $25,950,000. What do you think?

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  • architect 121

    I LOVE THIS HOUSE!!!!!! It’s very tastefully done, and it fits in with the area (the polar opposite of David Seigel’s home)




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  • Grrrowler

    Love it love it love it. The floors are beautiful and fit in perfectly with the nature of a vacation house. I would have to change the kitchen light fixtures, but that’s minor. The web site has some great floor plans and renderings too.




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  • architect 121

    I KNOW!!! ive been looking at them for the past half hour!!!




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  • Russell

    I love the houses in the Hamptons!




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  • Venom

    Very nice home.
    Clean design inside and out and in a great area.




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  • Bryan

    I love the house, but wonder if this place was already under construction when the economy tanked. I am just thinking a real leap of faith building a $20M+ spec house in the current housing landscape. List if for $25M…sell it for $15M. Hope it only cost them $10M to build.




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    • Grrrowler

      I think it probably was started before the real estate market went boom. If you look at various satellite images, the house is there but under construction in some and not there at all in others. With the cost of land in the Hamptons I’m sure the builder needed to go forward and finish the project to try to sell it, especially if the contractor had a building loan.

      It’s the same situation here in Seattle: there are numerous brand new multi-million dollar houses on the market. The builders bought the (very expensive) lots before the economy went south, and some had even begun construction. They just need to get their money out in some form.




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  • Nick

    Mixed emotions…

    The exterior is very ugly.The interior has potential, until you discover that the price of this home is $25,950,000…




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