Because there’s such a limited amount of space inside, the cottage only has two bedrooms and two bathrooms—but the second-floor lofted area is currently being staged as a master bedroom with an ensuite 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.
The interiors offer an open floorplan, high ceilings, skylights, and a wood-burning fireplace. While the kitchen will likely need a total gut, the living room already has white walls and hardwood floors, which will make it easier to update.
Earlier this week, the Town of Southampton purchased the former restaurant and marina for $8.45 million through the Community Preservation Fund and Inlet Road Operations Corp, which is affiliated with the Manna Ocean Foundation.
Floyd has won four majors and three senior majors over the course of his career. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989, three years after winning the U.S. Open in 1986 at the local Shinnecock Hills Golf Course.
Built in 1985, the floral themed home stands 5,300 square feet on a full acre of land in the village, just a mile from shops and restaurants and the same distance from the ocean at the end of Old Town Road.
For those who can’t get enough of golf, there’s a putting green outside, while an infinity pool, spa, gym, and game rooms provide retreat from the sport. The finished lower level also has billiards and ping pong.
The intersection’s stop-and-god traffic light is currently operating as a blinking yellow light. A variable message sign has been place on County Road 39 reminding locals and visitors that the U.S. Open starts on Monday and to expect delays.
The traffic light change hasn’t been approved by the Department of Transportation quite yet, but if it does go into effect, it will likely be a blinking light from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. through the month of July, which is the Hamptons’s rush hour.