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By Grace Cassidy - November 1, 2019

Author and Landscape Designer Lists Her Wainscott Compound

Elizabeth Barlow Rogers — an author of nine books, a landscape designer, and the first person to ever hold the title of Central Park Administrator — has put her incredible 3-acre Wainscott compound on the market, which is comprised of three single and separate lots. Rogers is best known for her revitalization project of Central Park in New York City. Located on Sayres Path, the compound includes offers mature landscaping, hand-crafted gates, rock paths, and even a pond waterfall. The 129 Sayres Path property spans an acre and has her current residence on it, 133 Sayres Path is another acre, and 20 Roxbury Lane has yet another acre. Each property has an existing house. The two Sayres Path properties are for sale together for $7.8 million with Douglas Elliman agent Angela Toscano, while the Roxbury Lane home is also on the market separately for $1.75 million. [Douglas Elliman]

Waterfront Southampton Modern Near The Ocean Is Yours For $14M

Located at 240 Wyandanch Lane in Southampton village, a pondfront estate on over 2 acres of land has just come on the market for $13.9 million. Zillow estimates that the home is worth somewhere between $12 million and $13.7 million, so we think that $13.9 million is a good place to start. Originally built in 1984, the home spans nearly 6,000 square feet in size with four bedrooms and six full bathrooms. According to the listing, this is the first time that the house has been available for sale in 40 years. Features include views over Old Town Pond, hardwood floors, walls of windows and glass doors, a wide open floor plan, and double-height ceilings in the foyer — but the listing suggests that the home be torn down to make way for a new construction. There’s also a pool outside. Homeowners will be just 400 feet from ocean beaches on Gin Lane. Sandra Liveric from Sotheby’s International Realty represents the listing. [Sotheby’s International Realty]

Renovated Waterfront Home With Midcentury Flair Finds a Buyer in Water Mill

An ultra-cool midcentury home from 1965 in Water Mill went up for sale back in August for $3,245,000. After just over two months on the market, the home has found a buyer and is currently in contract to be sold. According to the Zillow price history, the home sold for $2,475,000 back in 2009, and for $2.25 million in 2004. Even though the house was built in the ’60s and maintains its midcentury flair, it’s been brought up to date and is completely move-in ready. Features include hardwood floors, a wide-open living space, and sliding glass doors off the living room and bedrooms. The house is a compact 1,300 square feet in size with three bedrooms and two baths, making it the perfect size for a low-maintenance Hamptons retreat, or a year-round home for a couple who’s expecting the occasional family member dropping by. Sited on a half-acre, the house is directly on Calf Creek and features a dock. Corcoran Group agent Pat Garrity represented the listing. [Corcoran]

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