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In Water Mill, the iconic Witch’s Hat finds a buyer

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It was only on the market for four months

Photos courtesy of Compass

This summer, the whimsical 19th century Victorian style house in Water Mill known as the Witch’s Hat came on the market for $2,295,000. After four months on the market and no changes in asking price, the home has found a buyer and a sale is currently pending.

Built in 1884, the Queen Anne style home stands 3,259 square feet in size with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an open parlor, a sunroom, a gourmet kitchen, and a master suite with a private porch and views over Mill Pond. The third floor includes water views and extra living space.

The 0.84-acre hedged property features a double-height pool house with 11-foot French doors and a heated pool.

Designer Richard Keith Langham purchased the 19th century home in 2000 for $795,000 according to PropertyShark records and has since modernized the structure while holding on to the character that makes 134-year-old home so special.

Compass Real Estate agents Ginger Thoerner and Debby Koster represent the listing.

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