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A sunflower-inspired home in Southampton finds a buyer

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Girasole was last listed for $5.85M

Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Everything in this Southampton house—from the wall hangings, to the couch cushions, to the dinnerware—is sunflower-themed. Known as Girasole, this south-of-the-highway abode has found a buyer and went into contract earlier this week under the most recent $5.85 million asking price.

When we featured the home earlier this summer, one commenter wrote:

...under all the decor there appears to be a nice home with some things that need updating, like that white tile bathroom. I do like the covered kitchen even though it appears a bit neglected.

Originally built in 1985, the home spans 5,312 square feet with seven bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms inside. The interiors feature two fireplaces, cathedral ceilings in the living room, an eat-in kitchen, a first-floor master suite, and a full basement.

But the exterior of this 1-acre property has even more to offer with a pool, surrounding decking, brick patios, a covered outdoor kitchen, and even a tennis court. There’s also a two-car garage.

In April, the home at 298 Narrow Lane became available for sale with a price tag of $6.6 million and received several price cuts before finding a buyer. It was on the market for a total of about four months under Brown Harris Stevens agent, Andrea Ackerman. The property is about a mile from the ocean at the end of Old Town Road.

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