A Picturesque Circa-1908 Quogue Estate Hits the Market for $13.9M

In Quogue, a quaint and historic village nestled on the edge of Southampton, a dashing estate has arrived on the market. A masterful and rare marriage of vast scale with quaint warmth, the home brings some Southern-style architecture into the Hamptons, but still embraces its location. Done up in cedar shingles and guarded by a gate painted white, the stately coastal home is seeking $13.9 million.

A neat row of hedges line the front of the property, broken in the center by a brick walkway shooting directly to the front door. Built in 1908, the main house features an abundance of turn-of-the-century details. Crown moldings and soaring ceilings top each room and a series of pocket doors on the main level allow for a flowing floor plan when necessary. With 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms spread across three levels, the home offers splendid spaces for privacy and entertaining.

The estate is much more than just its main house, sitting on 3.3 acres of manicured grounds dotted with gardens and trees. More hedges flank the gunite pool and pool house, which has a bathroom, kitchenette, and bar. The property functions almost as a town of its own, with a four-bedroom guest house and two-bedroom caretaker’s cottage, each able to house a family. At this stunning Hamptons spread, it seems to be the more the merrier.

John P. Vitello, Gayle Osman Lopata, and Lauren A. Battista of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.