81 Halsey Avenue Southampton Village, New York
Stunning new construction! Eco-Friendly Hamptons Development presents "Halsey Homestead Trio." Three unique custom homes in the heart of the Village of Southampton each designed by Architect Bill Sclight (81, 87 and 93 Halsey Avenue). 81 Halsey can boast the most natural sunlight of the three with its 3 story custom staircase encased in windows. It is designed as a "Classic Greek Revival Reimagined" and embodies the best of 21st century living with classic village charm. The 4,200+/- sq. ft. of living space offers five bedroom suites plus two half baths. The welcoming bluestone front porch with historically appropriate fluted columns takes you into a gracious custom paneled foyer with plenty of warm natural lighting. Principal first floor rooms include a living room with wood burning fireplace, dining room, den, and eat-in custom kitchen with counter seating at a white quartz center island with all high-end appliances. French doors open from the living room and kitchen to the mahogany rear deck and backyard for al fresco dining or relaxation. A powder room, bedroom suite, fireplace and coat closet complete the first floor. Upstairs the gracious master suite has a beautiful view over looking the rear yard, walk-in custom California closet and luxurious soaking tub with a frameless glass-enclosed shower and double vanity. Two additional bedroom suites also complete this level with similar finishes. Additional storage space is provided by easy access to the attic. The finished lower level is illuminated with natural light by three stories of custom windows. The detailed mahogany deck off the rear of the home overlooks the heated gunite pool and two-car garage. The entire home is supported by a smart home system that connects its Nest thermostats, lights, pool, alarm, sound system, internet and more. Enjoy the convenience of Hamptons village living with restaurants, shops, cultural venues close at hand, ocean beaches and agriculture just a few minutes away.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman