The home at 115 Mulford Lane in Amagansett’s Lazy Point was nearly sold recently, but a deal fell through and now it’s available for someone else to scoop up this special spot just steps from the bay. The asking price: $1,988,000.
Located on a private road on the northern side of Amagansett, there is bay beach access at the end, looking out onto the often-photographed house on pilings. One of the highlights is a 900-square-foot rooftop deck, the perfect spot to watch the sun set and enjoy a Jacuzzi that overlooks the treetops.
The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath property sits on a double lot in a community that was once home to fishermen. The home, completed in 2005, is in immaculate condition, according to listing agents Casey Bistrian and Jamesine Staubitser of Compass.
The 3,500-square-foot home is surrounded by mature landscaping and abuts a nature preserve at the rear, providing the ultimate privacy, even on a .30 of an acre lot.
The main level boasts a double-height living room featuring a pellet stove. The large chef’s kitchen features a custom-made granite sink, acid-washed granite countertops, as well as a door leading out to an outdoor dining area.
The home was designed to maximize on the natural light, the listing says. Large windows abound, some rooms feature skylights and French doors that lead to the expansive covered outdoor deck.
Top-of-the-line finishes can be found throughout the home, such as Brazilian walnut hardwood floors.
Two of the bedrooms are located on the first floor, while the master suite is located upstairs. French doors lead to a private deck, which has a circular staircase that goes down to the ground level deck. Stairs also lead up to the rooftop deck.
The second floor also has a den, a study and another full bathroom.
A special amenity in this home is a REME-HALO® in-duct air purifying system, which uses patented REME® Cell technology with UV-C light to create low level, airborne hydrogen peroxide throughout the air-conditioned space, thus reducing airborne and surface bacteria, viruses, odors, and mold.
Other amenities include a central vacuum, an irrigation system and a full solar panel system mounted on one part of the roof. The entire house is wired for a portable generator, as well.
The interior and exterior of the home were recently repainted and all of the decks were recently re-stained, as the home was built in 2005.
A home by the beach, what more could you want?