This quintessential newly built shingle style home boasts over 220 feet of oceanfront on 2.3 acres in Southampton, NY. It was designed by Barnes Coy and offers 10,150 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 10 full and 1 half bathrooms, grand 3-story staircase, elevator, living room, dining room, modern gourmet kitchen, family room, covered deck, home theater, spa with gym, massage room, steam & sauna, game room, wine cellar, staff apartment, 3-car heated garage and an infinity Gunite swimming pool with spa. The price is available upon request.

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  • Daniel

    Kitchen, bathroom, sauna and wine cellar(?) are nice. The rest is boring.




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  • Grrrowler

    What a mess. The pool side of the house looks like a small mid-range condo complex. The interior belongs in a different house.




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    • joejoe509

      It’s a new build but it somehow looks terribly, terribly dated.




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  • fazalhoyz

    i think location is nice 🙂




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    • Mak

      I’m with you. I love the beachfront there, and I’m not too sad about the exterior. Its typical, but if the price was right, it would be fine for a casual beach place.

      The interior on the other hand, is just ugly. Nothing memorable or comfortable about this place. I really HATE the kitchen.




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      • Iemand

        Agreed completely.
        Exterior isn’t that bad, it’s just fine.
        But the interior is something I’ve forgotten by tomorrow.

        Location is great, too bad I can’t find the adress, the location could be the deciding factor.




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  • joejoe509

    Eh. I don’t like it as much as I should like it. I love shingle style houses. But this one just doesn’t stir my emotions like other similar houses do. The interior doesn’t match the exterior IMO. That pool looks strange on a beachfront like this. This house doesn’t seem to have the livability and coziness like most shingle style/craftsman/traditional houses do. On paper, I love the features. Perfect size and perfect amenities.

    This looks like something I used to make in The Sims… and that is not a complement to the builders. I suck at The Sims.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Wow, I can’t remember the last time a home on this site elicited such scattered opinions! I can relate to parts of many of your opinions. Like joejoe, I love shingle style homes but this one indeed remains detached for me as well. I really don’t like the contemporary direction they took with the interior though. Part of the lack of appeal for the interior stems from it not having been decorated and “lived in” yet, but some of it is just that I don’t like the design to begin with. Everything is too muted and monochromatic, too spare. And knowing Southampton, the price, whatever it is, is exorbitant.




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  • Cole

    Shingle style? Once again the Philistines get it all wrong. Reference Richardson or
    Stern. The rear view is particularly ugly. And they didn’t even try to integrate the
    mini-mansion with the landscape. It’s and eyesore and immediate tear down.
    The fact that they won’t list the price is a tip-off that it is overpriced. If you can
    afford Southampton, you can do much better. (Check out Mayor Bloomberg’s new
    palace…).




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    • NOVA Ben

      Wow, with all the “tear-down” comments, I think you’ve out-Danieled Daniel.




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      • Cole

        Thank you.




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