What’s in Contract: New-Build in Water Mill Was Asking $6.45 Million

Credit: Sotheby's International Realty

After just 40 days on the market, a property being developed in Water Mill went into contract. The house at 424 Seven Ponds Towd Road in Water Mill is not set for completion until July 2021, but the Bodenchak team, led by Frank and Dawn Bodenchak at Sotheby’s International Realty, put together the deal for the buyer and the seller, they recently announced. The last ask was $6.45 million

With the house under construction, the buyer is able to tailor the house to their needs, the Bodenchaks have said. The 8,500-square-foot home is set on 1.1 acres with scenic farm vistas and 18 acres of protected reserve two properties to the north and 48 acres of farm to the south. Plans call for eight bedrooms and nine and a half baths with 5,500 square feet of living space above grade. Two master suites, one on the first floor and one on the second, are also planned  with a state-of-the-art wellness center on the lower level. A heated, gunite pool with spa and tennis court are also in the works.

Also under contract is the property at 37 David’s Lane in East Hampton Village, where the last ask was $7.5 million. Originally built in 1915, the four-bedroom, four and a half-bath house has been renovated and refreshed, according to the listing with Tim Davis and Thomas P. Davis of Corcoran. Adam Hofer of Douglas Elliman brought the buyer to the table.

Credit: Corcoran

There is a lot of charm in this historic house, such as the clerestory windows in the eat-in kitchen. An informal living room has a fireplace, double-height ceiling and windows on three sides. With the master on the first floor, the three other bedrooms are located upstairs and the lower level has been converted into a media/playroom. The large deck and a columned porch with seating area overlook the gunite pool and there is an artist’s studio complete with a fireplace and a half bath.

 

Credit: Compass

Also of note this week, a property in the Village of Quogue went into contract after just seven days, according to Robert Canberg of Compass. The new 2,800-square-foot modern house was asking $1.499 million. The four-bedroom, three and a half bath house is lcoated on one acre and has a heated pool.

Here’s what else we’ve seen go into contract:

Credit: Brown Harris Stevens

19 Brushy Neck Lane, Westhampton Beach
Last Ask: $2.795 million
Listing Broker: 
Darlene M. Manzella, Brown Harris Stevens

A 4,000-square-foot modern home with five beds and six and a half baths on one acre.

 

Credit: Brown Harris Stevens

23 Isle of Wright Road, Springs
Last Ask: $1.995 million
Listing Broker:
Korine M. Konzet, Brown Harris Stevens

A  newly built contemporary on Gardiner’s Bay in Lion’s Head Beach features an open concept and modern designer details. The 2,700-square foot house has three levels and four bedrooms and three and a half baths. The master suite is located on the third floor with inglenook gas stove, walk-in dressing room and spa-like steam shower. The deck off the master offers water views overlooking the rolling lawn down to a waterfront wildlife sanctuary. This home also boasts smart green technology with solar panels that produce 40% of household electricity consumed.

 

Credit: Brown Harris Stevens

5 Honeysuckle Lane, East Quogue
Last Ask: $1.65 million
Listing Broker:
Gayle Osman Lopata & Gayle, Brown Harris Stevens

A five-bedroom, four-bath house has a total of 2,500 square feet. There is an open living/dining area and large kitchen. The nearly two-acre property has multi-level decks, recently fashioned with no maintenance materials. The pool is heated by solar panels. There is also a Har-tru tennis court and a three-bay detached garage.

 

Credit: Sotheby’s International Realty

27 Huckleberry Road, East Hampton
Last Ask: $1,512,500
Listing Broker: 
Dana Trotter, Sotheby’s International Realty

This four-bedroom home located in Georgica Estates, a 40-acre community of freestanding condominium homes with a homeowner’s association that offers a heated, gunite pool with clubhouse and two tennis courts. A great room has a cathedral ceiling, fireplace, and walls of French doors to the wraparound brick patio. The eat-in kitchen features stainless steel appliances from Viking and Sub-Zero. There is also first floor master suite has a private patio, cathedral ceiling with skylights, and a bath with dual vanities.
Credit: Saunders & Associates
22 Indian Hill Road, East Hampton
Last Ask: $1,499,000
Listing Broker: 
Greg Baker, Saunders & Associates
This 2,200-square-foot house is an original Sears Roebuck kit house that has been renovated with modern conveniences and includes a three bedrooms and two and a half baths.  Also on the property is a separate two-story living space with its own entrance and a full bathroom. A conditioned breezeway with radiant heating connects the main home and extra living area. The .23-acre property, surrounded by a picket fence, is minutes from the Village of East Hampton.

More from our Sister Sites