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Stunning Southampton Village Home Sells Fully Furnished for $19.4M

The gorgeous Southampton village home at 11 Christopher Street — located just a half-mile from the ocean at Little Plains Beach — has sold after a year on the market. The home sold fully-furnished; the property and house closed for $18.4 million, while all the furnishings were included for an additional $1 million. The property was asking $20.95 million, which is what it went on the market for back in February 2019. Sited on a 1-acre parcel, the 6,800-square-foot home is host to seven bedrooms, seven and a half baths, high ceilings, wide plank white oak floors, radiant heated floors in all the bathrooms, and a large eat-in kitchen. Outside, the property includes a gunite pool, a terrace, and an outdoor living room with a fireplace. The incredible home was designed by the AD100 architecture firm, Sawyer|Berson. Sotheby’s International Realty agent Eve Combemale represented the listing. [Sotheby’s]

Dick Cavett Cuts the Asking Price of His Montauk Home

Dick Cavett’s historic Montauk home, affectionately known as Tick Hall, originally came on the market in the summer of 2017 for $62 million. By August of 2018, the home relisted for a lesser $49 million and it was asking $34 million in January of 2019. Now, after another price change, the iconic Seven Sisters home is listed for $27.95 million. The shingled oceanview house was built in 1882, designed by noted New York City and Hamptons architect Stanford White. Cavett purchased the home in 1968, and in 1997 the home tragically burned down — the only thing left standing was the chimney. Cavett and wife Carrie Nye rebuilt an exact replica of the home, using memories and photographs to guide the way. Sited on nearly 20 acres of oceanfront land, the house spans 7,000 square feet in size with six bedrooms and four bathrooms. Corcoran Group agent Gary DePersia represents the incredible listing. [Corcoran, New York Post]

Historic Waterfront Shelter Island Property on 3 Acres is Yours for $9.25M

The waterfront home at 5 Nostrand Parkway on Shelter Island has recently listed for sale with an asking price of $9.25 million. Originally built in 1890, the Victorian-style 5,400-square-foot home replete with period details offers six bedrooms and four and a half baths. The 3.1-acre property also includes a barn, a tennis court, a cabana, and a deep water dock. The home for sale is adjacent to the 7.68-acre property at 4 Nostrand; both properties once comprised the estate known as Greenlawns, which was subdivided in the late 19th century. Since 1903, the same family has owned these two parcels. According to a press release from Saunders, both properties “have long been considered one of the original anchor estates in this area.” The Shelter Island home at 4 Nostrand recently sold for $1.65 million as a preservation transaction to the Town of Shelter Island. Saunders real estate agent Penelope Moore represented the sale of 4 Nostrand Parkway, and is the listing agent on the historic 5 Nostrand as well. [Saunders]