Three months ago, the home at 52 East Beach Drive in the North Sea neighborhood of Southampton came on the market under Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Pat Petrillo for $3.95 million. The home, which is located at the very end of East Beach Drive—which basically puts the home on its own peninsula—is waterfront on a creek and has views of both Wooley Pond and the Peconic Bay.
This past week, the home cut its asking price for the first time since coming on the market by $355,000—putting the home for sale at $3,595,000.
One will find water views from every room in the house, and the structure capitalizes on that with walls of floor-to-ceiling windows, a wraparound deck off the dining room, an open floor plan, and cathedral ceilings. White interiors maximize the natural light.
Built in 2009, there are three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a half-bathroom in just 1,900 square feet of living space on 0.56 acres of land. The property features 373 feet of direct water frontage, and is located in a community where the homeowner will be able to enjoy a bay beach (aside from their own private one), marina, and tennis courts.
Though a wide open home like this with walls of floor-to-ceiling windows on the water might be anxiety-inducing for some when bad weather is approaching, the structure of the home has a steel frame construction and the windows are hurricane resistant.
- Water, Water Everywhere! [Sotheby’s International Realty]
- Southampton home with bay and pond views asking $3.95M [Curbed Hamptons]