Guess the sellers are not really that desperate to sell, considering this property has finally undergone its first visit to the pricechopper. We're not sure why the place has lingered on the market; yes, it's kind of fusty and old-school, especially the kitchen, but the contemporary art really complements the architecture. This property is the epitome of a Southampton estate, from the rolling green lawns to the beautiful rambling old house. The residence was built at the turn of the last century, designed by Grosvenor Atterbury, and was updated a few years back by designer Mark Hampton. For your eighteen mil, you get approximately three acres of Southampton estate section, a house with 11 bedrooms, 13 baths, 9 fireplaces, and the requisite gunite pool and pool house. There isn't a tennis court, but there's plenty of room for one. It's just a short stroll to the beach and the village.
· Turn of the Century Atterbury Estate [Sotheby's]