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Bridgehampton traditional with pool and tennis on two acres seeks $19.95M

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The finished lower level features a home theater and a wine cellar, while an elevator services all three floors

Photos courtesy of Bespoke

A brand new 14,000-square-foot traditional style home at 72 Highland Terrace in south-of-the-highway Bridgehampton recently relisted under Bespoke Real Estate agents Zach and Cody Vichinsky for $19.95 million. The two-acre property sold back in 2014 for $8,366,018.

The home first went up for sale at $22 million in August of 2016, but came off the market and then relisted for $19.5 million a year later. Now, the home received a slight increase in price upon relisting with Bespoke.

Designed by local architect Val Florio, built by Brian McGinness Contracting, and interiors designed by Robyn Karp Design, the home features 10 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a double-height entry foyer, custom walk-in closets, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a two-story living room.

A glass bridge walkway can be found on the second level separating two wings, each wing host to two vaulted bedrooms. The first-level master suite has its own entry foyer, a fireplace, walk-in closets, and a massive spa bathroom with his and hers sinks, a glass-encased shower, and a standalone soaking tub.

The finished lower level features a home theater and a wine cellar, while an elevator services all three floors.

Outside, there’s a heated saltwater gunite pool, tennis court, spa, outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, pool house, cottage, three-car garage, and a rooftop deck.

Nearby homes are listed with similar eight-digit asking prices. James Michael Howard’s estate, Edgefield, at 329 Highland Terrace sold back in 2012 for $18.5 million after going into contract under its $19.75 million asking price. While that home stands on a slightly larger lot, it’s smaller and closer to the intersection of Highland and Sagaponack Road.

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