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Captains Neck Lane home from 1930 goes into contract

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It was also for sale as a compound

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

Almost two years ago, Curbed featured the compound at 133 & 155 Captains Neck Lane in Southampton when it was listed for sale at $18 million. Most recently, the compound was asking $14.95 million under Sotheby’s International Realty agent Harald Grant.

At the 133 address, a 3,240-square-foot home with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms sits on 1.3 acres of land, while the empty lot at the 155 address is 1.8 acres. In total, the compound would have been over three acres in size. However, it doesn’t look like they’ll be sold together as a compound, as the 133 Captains Neck Lane home went into contract on its own.

By itself, the most recent asking price was $6,995,000. Built in 1930, the shingle-style home has a white-columned covered entry, entry foyer with staircase, a fireplace with its original crown molding, and French doors that lead out to a covered sun porch with bluestone flooring and a bead board ceiling.

Outside, the property also features high hedges for privacy, a semi-circular gravel driveway, a heated gunite pool, a spa, an all-weather tennis court, and a pool house.

The other part of the compound at 155 Captains Neck Lane is still for sale, asking $9,995,000.