Typically, the bundling of two items together results in a price discount. For example, many have benefitted from buy one get one free deals in their lifetime. But two Southampton estates recently bundled together
offer no such deal. Available for sale separately for $37.5 million and $35 million, and together for $72.5 million, the two properties span 12.2 acres, with one sitting on the waterfront of the charming Halsey Neck Pond.The pondside home, located at 359 Meadow Lane, encompasses 5.53 acres and is the more expensive real estate option. Along with those 700 feet of direct water frontage, a tennis court and pool offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor activity come summer. The main house, build in 1994, is 6,188 square feet in the contemporary style, with five bedrooms and six full bathrooms. According to the home’s listing
, an adjacent lot to the west is protected and will never be built upon, ensuring unobstructed sunset views for all of eternity.Right next door is 660 Halsey Neck Lane, a larger estate with 6.725 acres and a 9,520-square-foot home known as “Four Fountains”. Originally constructed for use as an arts pavilion
, the estate has a long artistic history; former CBS chief William S. Paley even used the property as a summer retreat and gallery space. The most recent owners transformed the ground into a series of parklike gardens, including a tree-lined drive that leads to a pair of bronze Art Deco falcons perched atop stone piers. Though this property is not waterfront, it is home to its own half-acre pond, as well as a reflecting pool surrounded by pear trees. Along with a six-bedroom main house, a separate two-story guest house is completely self-sufficient with four bedrooms and a kitchen of its own.Bespoke Real Estate represents the two stunning listings.