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Reconstructed 17th century barns in Water Mill asking $3.5M

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“Two Barns” is for sale

All photos, Brown Harris Stevens

“Two Barns,” a home that was built in 1983 from two 17th century English barns, just came on the market with an asking price of $3,495,000 under listing agent Korine Konzet of Brown Harris Stevens.

Located at 516 Little Noyac Path in Water Mill, the home was previously listed for rent through Corcoran Group Real Estate at prices varying between $30,000 per month and up to $95,000 per month.

The entire second barn now serves as the master suite, with a sitting area, fireplace, dressing area, and master bath with double vanity, soaking tub, shower, sauna, and another fireplace.

In total, there are five bedrooms and three bathrooms in 3,029 square feet. The great room stands a tall 25-feet high, while features such as hand-hewn black oak beams, aged brick, white stucco walls, and opportunity for natural light are present throughout the home.

There is a finished lower level, with exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings, and hardwood floors.

Outside, there is ample space for entertaining, as well as a putting green, tennis courts with a viewing pavilion, full outdoor kitchen accompanied by a pergola-covered dining space, heated pool, and separate spa.