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Century-old shingled traditional in Southampton village lists for $3.35M

We love that wainscoted entryway

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

A beautiful shingled traditional style home in south-of-the-highway Southampton has just landed on the sales market for $3.35 million.

Located at 174 Wooley Street, the interiors offer a welcoming feel with wainscoting in the entry, hardwood floors throughout, and a fireplace in the living room. Inside there are four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, a sunroom, and a dining room off the kitchen. A finished lower level has high ceilings, windows to allow natural light inside, a living space, wet bar, and full bathroom.

New homeowners will enjoy a covered porch at the back of the house, terraces, a pool, and a pool house on the 0.32-acre property. The pool house offers a living space, half-bathroom, and outdoor shower.

Built nearly 100 years ago, the home was last purchased in 1998 for $220,000, and before that in 1994 for $132,000. Since then, it’s been totally renovated.

Centrally situated in Southampton village, property owners will enjoy proximity to shops and restaurants. The home is a short walk from Southampton Social Club, Tate’s Bake Shop, and Main Street, and just two miles north of the ocean.

Corcoran Group real estate agent, Patricia Garrity, represents the listing.

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