The property has been on and off the market for the past few years: In March of 2017, it was asking $16 million, but after several price cuts, it was most recently available for the final closing price of $9.95 million.
After the recent re-listing with Douglas Elliman in September, it didn’t take long for the house to sell. The 2-acre property has sold for $16.15 million—nearly $10 million under the original asking price from 2015.
Designed by local architect Val Florio and designed by McGrath Builders, the Narrow Lane farm offers 10 buildings across the property, including a 7,300-square foot main house and a 2,600-square-foot renovated farmhouse from the 1920s.
Even after the $5 million price cut, the 10-acre property is still the most expensive single-family home available on Parsonage Lane, followed by the contemporary estate at the 289 address seeking $17.95 million.
For those who crave space, a modern barn with high ceilings will almost never make you feel claustrophobic. This sizable new construction has plenty of space both inside the home and outside on the property.
Built in 1992, the traditional style home has eight bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms between two levels and includes multiple entertaining areas, a double-height living room, a library, an open kitchen, and views of Wainscott Pond.
Located at 209 Hedges Lane, the property is adjacent to a nature reserve, ensuring a level of privacy. It’s located about a mile and a half away from the ocean at Gibson Beach, and about two miles from Wölffer Estate Vineyards.
The home is fully equipped with a Sonos sound system and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, but still maintains its historic integrity with hardwood floors, soaring beamed ceilings, and barn doors throughout.
Standing 4,256 square feet in size, the pre-Revolutionary home was built all the way back in 1775 and it still belongs to Hedges’s ancestors, which means that it has stayed in the same family for 243 years.