This waterfront estate is located at 66 Seafield Lane in Westhampton Beach, NY on a 10.37 acre lot with 1,000 feet of water frontage. The 24-room shingle style main residence was originally designed in 1903 for William C. Atwater, a coal baron, who retained architect Henry Bacon, best known for his design of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. It boasts 16,000 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 9 full and 2 half bathrooms, a 3-story staircase, living room, banquet-sized formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with breakfast area, 6 fireplaces, billiards room, sunroom, office, 3rd floor living room and more. The estate also offers a carriage house, cottage, formal gardens, rolling lawns, a Lord & Burnham greenhouse, Har-Tru tennis court, 56′ gunite swimming pool and a deepwater dock. It is listed at $24,750,000.

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  • Daniel

    I like this one a lot more than the other shingle-style homes we have seen from the Hamptons. Interior isn’t entirely off-white like they all seem to be, and it looks like they kept it as original as possible.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is fantastic. I wasn’t sure about the facade at first but I think I’m warming to it. The rear elevation is absolutely wonderful though. My biggest gripe (and it is minor) is the green shutters, that’s about it.

    The grounds are BEAUTIFUL, this is the perfect look for a property like this…a simple, tree-lined gravel driveway with an elegant flower-filled circle at the end, and the house lined up right in front of you.

    Inside looks like the perfect blend of renovated spaces and original personality and feel. I love a 100-year-old home that subsequent owners have not decided to cover up completely with improvements. There’s a lot of land, a great carriage/guesthouse (which I’d have liked to see pictures of) and tons of character. Once again though, why no pictures of the kitchen? The photography is great, so why leave that room out? Can’t speak of the price with any authority, but it doesn’t seem too out of question, considering the land and how big the house is? Long Island experts what do you think?

    This is just wonderful all around.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I take my comment about the price back, I think I misread it the first time…almost $25 million sounds a bit high.




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