TRADITIONAL | 11 BEDROOMS | 12.5 BATHROOMS | 4.6 ACRES
$23,500,000 | WEB ID# 53026
A finely proportioned and graceful home in Southampton’s “summer cottage” community built for Judge Monson himself in 1898. His heirs sold the property and home in 1904 to the Carnegie family who owned it until 1932. The current owners worked with a renowned interior designer and purchased the now 4.6 acre property in 1994. With a pedigreed past and a magazine published history, this grand traditional home with ten foot ceilings throughout was built in the 1890s and restored and renovated by the current owners. The renovation unified spaces, opened up hallways and staircases and installed completely new plumbing, electricity, heating, multi-zoned air conditioning, new water heaters and boiler as well as a new security system. Extensive reconstruction and additions to the three-story house resulted in a stunning new kitchen, six added new bedrooms and several covered terraces. The present house plan consists of 25 rooms, 11 fireplaces, 11 bedrooms, 12.5-baths, all together with the master bedroom suite showing off beautiful separate marble baths and dressing areas. And so, a home regarded by many as embodying a pedigree of elegance in its very best vein, awaits another connoisseur with an impeccable eye for all that is beautiful in architecture both inside and out.