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Stunning oceanfront retreat in Water Mill asking $11.5M goes into contract

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We love the beach-inspired interiors

Photos courtesy of Saunders

An incredibly stunning Water Mill home on Flying Point Road that was last asking $11.5 million has found a buyer and gone into contract. The oceanfront home came on the market in June of 2017 for the same asking price, but was listed for a higher $13.95 million back in 2014.

Built in 2007, the beach cottage spans a comfortable 3,200 square feet in size on almost a full acre of land. Inside, there are four bedrooms and three full bathrooms, an open floorplan in the living and dining spaces, and 270-degree water views of both the ocean and Mecox Bay.

The house is set up with an upside down floorplan, which means that the living room and kitchen are on the second floor, while the bedrooms are on the first floor. This is common in beach houses as it allows for maximized views of the surrounding landscape. We love the driftwood-esque motif in the living and dining room, the beamed ceilings, and the French doors that bring the sea breeze right inside.

Outside, the property is protected by a steel bulkhead. New homeowners will enjoy exterior dining and lounging on the waterview decks, an outdoor shower, and 189 feet of ocean frontage.

In 2006, the property sold for $7.5 million. The current listing is represented by Chris Covert from Saunders Real Estate and Lynda Packard from Douglas Elliman.

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