Situated at one of the highest points on the South Fork, this Water Mill home offers 360-degree views as far as the eye can see. The very private 5.2 acres at 14 Water Mill Heights Drive is listed at $3.495 million.
The 7,300-square-foot home is designed as an upside-down home to take advantage of the views and topography overlooking treetops. Panoramic sunset views can be seen here over Peconic Bay, Robin’s Island and Nassau Point.
Built in 1995, the unnamed architect was even said to be a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright, according to the Corcoran listing. Mala Sander represents the gated property.
The light-filled home offers several spaces for entertaining, including multiple living and dining options. The main level boasts an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings in the dining room, kitchen and great room, which also features a fireplace. A large deck wraps around the home, and tons of windows let the natural light pour in.
Of the 7,300 square feet in the home, 5,100 square feet is above ground and another 2,100 square feet can be found below. The lower level provides “flex space,” the listing says. There is also a wine cellar and a three-car garage.
There are five large bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half-baths. The four guest suites are located on the first floor, while the large owner’s suite can be found on the second floor. The suite features a fireplace, a dual-vanity bath, a walk-in closet and even panoramic views of the water from a cabled deck off the suite.
On the ground floor level, visitors will find another living room with a kitchenette and a library, which the listing says could be a future media room. All of these rooms open to a covered deck and a pool and separate spa. The heated pool also has a covered area over the center of it, which extends to a barbecue/grilling area just beyond the pool
The estate-like property has been well-landscaped and even includes a koi pond. There is also room for a tennis court.
This is one to be seen, for sure.