Tour an $8M Southampton Village Stunner Originally Built to Be an Architect’s Home
Even though it’s still pretty frosty out, spring days are feeling nearer and dreams of summer are also starting to form. A picture-perfect place to welcome the warmer seasons this year is for sale in Southampton Village. Coastal glamour meets classic sophistication at the stunning property designed by architect Arthur Fraser and originally built in 2001 to be his personal residence. Now more than 20 years old, the home wants $7.95 million.
From the outside, it has a classic Hamptons aesthetic thanks to its shingles, dormers, and barn roof. Curated by Willey Design, the floorplan and overall interiors of the house are simply breathtaking. A buyer will gain a grand foyer, multiple living rooms, a formal dining room, and a gourmet kitchen—all ready for endless nights of entertaining. Upstairs holds all six bedrooms and six bathrooms while two half bathrooms sit downstairs. The primary suite rightfully earns its name, offering a private office, dual vanities in the sublime bathroom, and two walk-in closets.
But, the luxury doesn’t stop there. For weekenders, the 3.5-acre grounds include a one-bedroom guest cottage with a full kitchen and living room. Its outdoor living spaces give you lots to do with a tennis court, heated gunite pool, spa, and pool house to bask in.
Now is a good time to get serious about Hamptons house-hunting if you want to move in by Memorial Day Weekend. So, if this haven located just moments away from Southampton Village’s shops, restaurants, and beaches looks enticing, don’t miss out. Martha Gundersen and Paul Brennan of Douglas Elliman share the listing.