An incredible shingled mansion at 412 Beachcomber Lane in Southampton village has come on the market for $18 million. Spanning a massive 11,000 square feet in size on nearly 2 acres of land, this home does not fail to impress.
Even though the house is massive, there are just 6 bedrooms and 7.5 baths, which makes us think that the entertaining and communal spaces take up a majority of the square footage. Designed by architect Joel Barkley in 2014, the house was inspired by the shingle style homes of the 1800s. Features include an open floorplan, indoor-outdoor living spaces, a heated gunite pool, a sunken tennis court, and a rooftop deck.
The property sold for $8 million in 2007 and then again in 2010 after the recession for just under $2 million, according to the Zillow price history. Zillow also estimates that the property is currently worth about $16.5 million, so the $18 million looks like a good place to start for a house like this. We’re guessing it will see a price cut or two before enticing a buyer to sign a contract.
Located south of the highway, homeowners will be about a 10-minute drive from village shops and restaurants, and about the same distance from the ocean at the end of Gin Lane. Susan Breitenbach from Corcoran Group Real Estate represents the beautiful listing.
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