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A Massive Beauty Asking $32M in Southampton’s Murray Compound

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Fully furnished, too

On almost two acres in the private Murray-McDonnell compound in Southampton is this giant (14,000 square feet) custom new home. It was built by pizza heir Anthony Sbarro, who according to the Wall Street Journal intended to live in it, but purchased another property on the water instead.

Offered fully furnished, the home features extraordinary design details, including a hand-woven map of Southampton rug. Italian architect and designer Achille Salvagnis shipped all the fabrics, artwork and furniture from Rome. There are nine bedrooms and 11.5 baths. Interesting to us is the fresh-looking yellow brass lighting fixtures and hardware, and we’re happy to see that flatscreen TVs are concealed by "roll-away" artwork. There’s an elevator as well as a finished lower level which sports a gym, sauna and steam rooms, game room with built-in bar, home theater, wine cellar, and dance studio.

Outside, there’s a large 60’ x 30’ pool, pool house and sunken tennis court. And of course, the compound offers private ocean access. Stunning.