This traditional cedar shingle home is located at 322 Meadow Lane in Southampton, NY. The oceanfront mansion boasts 9,000+ square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with double staircase and Ramage Limestone floors, living room with fireplace, library, formal dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, master suite with oceanfront balcony and fireplace, 3-car garage with bonus room above, formal gardens, heated oceanfront 20′ x 52′ vanishing edge swimming pool, Valders Limestone terracing and a covered summer dining area. It is listed at $34,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    I don’t really like the exterior (though that is the case with nearly all shingle homes). The interior is a modern take on the obligatory all-white/beige decor of homes in the Hamptons. Usually I would curse and bitch about the all-white, but I like the way it is presented here. The kitchen doesn’t look all that cooking-friendly, but *if* you can manage to keep it spotless it does look nice. A couple accent colors and I think the interior is quite nice. View and pool are also beautiful. Price is cringe-worthy.




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    • NOVA Ben

      *If* your housekeeper can keep it spotless.




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t mind the exterior; it’s nothing spectacular but it’s not too bad. The interior is just too white in the current incarnation. I wouldn’t mind it so much with some books on the shelves, art on the walls, and personal items around. It is at least a different style for a shingle house, but it looks incomplete.

    The price is probably not out of line for Southampton, but it’s a ridiculous amount of money for a vacation house.




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    • Iemand

      Unlike most people, I DO like this kind of style, the exterior style that is.
      But it’s a bit to…symmetrical for this style, this style needs some variation.

      And the interior…dear God do designers think ‘just paint it white then it’s modern’? I absolutely HATE the interior, just look at it. That cliche ceiling rope lighting in a horrible color. Blegh!…

      And the reason I’m replying here is your last statement: a (beach) vacation home… so you make a vacation home all white, clean interior? What were they thinking?
      A vacation home (especially a beach front one) needs an interior which can withstand the sand, clutter etc.
      Second; 35 million for a vacation home, bye!




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  • NOVA Ben

    white white white white white white white white white white white white. There’s too much of it. And, even as a fan of shingle style homes, the exterior leaves me cold. The price is the last nail in the coffin. Next.




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  • Venom

    I don’t know, I kind of like it.

    If I owned this house I would walk around in white linen pants and shirts all the time and drive a cocaine white Rolls Royce and Lamborghini. lol

    Guy in my town is finishing a shingle style house right now, but he used a light blue shingle instead of the usual color like this and it looks great.




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    • joejoe509

      Sheesh. Can you imagine if this house was light blue on the outside? There would be ZERO contrast anywhere. lol




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  • Scott

    The juxtaposition of the cold white interiors against the traditional shingle style exterior does not work well, in my opinion. What, were the owners too scared to build the house they really wanted? That bathroom is amazing, though…..




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  • joejoe509

    I LOVE shinge houses so this house is automatically better than most. But this is probably one of my least favorite in this style. It’s just… so… boring… There is very little about this residence that excites me. Blah.




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  • Venom

    Young Jeezy, I believe I have found your dream house.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu-dxO_qRgE&ob=av2e




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  • Nick

    The all white interior is extremely boring.

    Unbelievably uninspiring and totally impersonal.

    The price is a bad joke, despite the extraordinary location.




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