This traditional Hamptons home is located at 18 Apaucuck Point Lane in Westhampton, NY and is situated on 6 acres with 320 feet of waterfront. It features 8,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms (including a master suite with private deck), 7 full and 1 half bathrooms, grand double staircase, 2-story great room with fireplace and French doors leading to deck, formal dining room with wainscoting and custom built-ins, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room, recreation room with fireplace and more. Other features include a 3-car garage, swimming pool with spa, brick patio, pool house and a boat dock. It is listed at $13,900,000.

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  • george

    If all furniture and rugs are removed and the kitchen is completely re-done, this would be a great house.




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  • Daniel

    Not bad. Price seems reasonable given that its on the water.




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  • lambskin

    Hate the horseshoe stairs and the kitchen.




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  • Russell
  • Grrrowler

    This has none of the traditional charm of a Hamptons house, but at least it is on the waterfront. Then again, it’s in the wrong Hampton; Westhampton is not one of the more exclusive towns in the area. I hate the horseshoe staircase and the rest looks like any new large house anywhere else in the country.




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  • BJ

    Nice facade, at least the front and rear elevations are a unique look and impress. But that whole impression is lost once you get inside. Good lot, not a bad location, but knock $2M off and then maybe there is a deal that can work. Oh, and Elise Tomashoff is a hottie realtor. That is all.




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  • JFW

    ENOUGH with the double staircases and double height living rooms!!!




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  • Sam

    The location is fantastic, however the facade is slightly off-balance, the entrance and portico is very suburban / dream home. That is a bedroom with a view i’d like to wake up to every morning, it almost looks unreal. Some minor changes i’d like to make to the house but definitely the pro’s out-weight the cons.




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  • Tony

    This house looks cheap. Especially the foyer. Also the price seems high for Westhampton. I think Westhampton is the crappier part of the Hamptons.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m glad I’m not the only one to play the “cheap” card. Both front & rear elevations look incredibly cheap, and the interior needs a complete redo to bring it into the 21st century. Not a whole hell of a lot of personality here.

    There’s something not right with the photos…I don’t know what effect it is that they used but it’s unsettling.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Agreed. And the bric-a-brac landscaping is even more awful than usual, underscoring rather than helping mitigate the unbalanced, helter-skelter look of the facade. That purple weeping beech would never look right if it were pruned, but in 20-30 years it will completely engulf the right side of the house…which might be a good thing.

      Pictures appear to have some kind of HDR effect…I think some cameras now do this automatically.




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  • rob

    Meh




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  • Chris

    It has potential.




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