Purchasing a new construction has many benefits. The buyer won’t have to worry about structural problems (hopefully), or anything being outdated or out of code. The superstitious buyer doesn’t have to worry about bad karma or energy.
In fact, twice as many Americans prefer to purchase a new home over a home that’s been lived in.
12 Heatherwood Lane, Quogue
Not only is this seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bath house a new construction, but’s it’s waterfront, too. It sits on 8.28 acres of land overlooking Shinnecock Bay with 8,400-square-feet of living space. Outside, there’s a saltwater gunite pool with spa, pool house with kitchenette and half-bathroom, and outdoor shower.
Inside, the master suite has a sitting room with wet bar and the master bathroom has a sauna. There’s no tennis court, but on 8.28 acres, there’s room for one.
The asking price is $7,950,000.
163 Northwest Path, Sagaponack
This Sagaponack home also has seven bedrooms, but with six-and-a-half bathrooms. The home is 8,778-square-feet in size, but sits on a smaller lot of 1.4 acres. Interior features include oversized windows in the living space and walk-in closets in every bedroom. One will find a theatre, bar, and wine cellar on the finished lower level.
Located next to a reserve, exterior features include a gunite pool, patio, and two-car garage. The home is located north of the highway, and is about halfway between Sag Harbor and oceanside south Sagaponack.
The asking price is $3,495,000.
20 Sellentin Way, Bridgehampton
Also asking $3,495,000, this 4,500-square-foot home is located in Bridgehampton with five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. Like the Sagaponack home, it’s north of the highway and about equidistant from the ocean and the bay. However, it sits very close to the village.
Features include stained oak floors, gourmet eat-in kitchen, stone patios, heated gunite pool, and spa.