This shingle style home is located in Quogue, NY. It is oceanfront and is situated on nearly 3 acres of land. It was renovated in 2007 and features 9,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, entry foyer with marble staircase, living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, den with wet bar, home theater, billiards room, oceanfront deck with elevated swimming pool and cabana, covered porch, 2-1/2 car garage, tennis court and more. It is listed at $17,950,000.

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  • Daniel

    Well, at least this one is oceanfront. Still would never live on Long Island though.




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  • Chris

    Yay oceanfront! not much else.




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  • Grrrowler

    Oh…there’s so much wrong here that I don’t know where to start. The wing to the left of the main entrance looks like a barge, or a Seattle houseboat, that’s been grounded and pressed into service as an addition to the main house. The central gable on the main wing is ludicrously large, and throws the whole house off balance. If the architect was trying to make a statement, he sure did; sadly that statement is that he has no clue about design subtlety.

    The interior is a mishmash of disjointed colors, unbalanced ceiling angles, and unfortunate furnishings. Is that the kitchen in pic 5 or a wet bar? If it’s the kitchen it seems to be missing…well, the kitchen. With 9,000 square feet to work with, maybe the architect could have utilized a little more space for the kitchen, and maybe those bar stools don’t need that big open area behind them all to themselves.

    At least this is oceanfront, but there’s not a single room in it that doesn’t depress me.




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  • lambskin

    I hate stone pebble (AKA not paved) driveways. They are a mess in the winter for plowing-pebbles are pushed everywhere but the driveway and at other times, the pebbles get into the house and scratch the floors and if really dry dust flies when driven upon. Plus, since this is a summer home, riding a bike upon it or pushing a stroller is really difficult. I think this house is vacant and there was most likely a kitchen table in between the doors and stools. The post winter pictures ( empty pool,brown grass and burlapped shrubs) show that they wanted to get this house on the market ASAP.




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  • architect121

    I don’t do Quogue. (only some will get it)




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    • Daniel

      Yes! It’s like when Zarin says Brooklyn is too far.




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      • architect121

        Brooklyn? You’re kidding right? That is like, hours and worlds away from the Upper East Side. Who has the time to go there? What is there even to do in Brooklyn? Might as well live in New Jersey.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Just ugly.




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  • Jeff P.

    That price is giving me shingles.




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