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Attractive North Sea traditional finds a buyer after nearly three years

It first came on the market in 2016

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

In May of 2016, the traditional style home in Southampton’s North Sea neighborhood at 16 Jennings Road went on the market for $2.9 million. Eventually, that price dropped down to $2.6 million after a year on the market, and by April of 2018, it was at its lowest asking price of $2,595,000.

Earlier this week, a contract was signed and the house is currently pending a sale.

Sited on over an acre of land, the 3,800-square-foot house has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Built in 2005, interiors include an open floorplan, hardwood floors, and multiple fireplaces. On the finished lower level, one will find a wet bar, entertaining space, and French doors that lead directly out to the heated gunite pool and patio area.

Some minor updates are needed in the kitchen and bathrooms, but the house looks like it’s in great condition.

Located at 16 Jennings Road, the house is less than a mile from the Conscience Point National Wildlife Refuge, and about 4 miles north of Southampton village shops and restaurants. Douglas Elliman agent David Donohue represents the listing.

Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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