You’d Think This Hamptons House Was In Tuscany

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Hamptons in the winter may be a quiet time for locals, free of the doldrums of summer traffic mayhem, restaurants gouging out prices, and not enough room in Ditch Plains Park for your blanket, but in the Winter there is a different blood sport for Hamptonites: real estate purchases.

Hamptons buying season is already well underway, and for those looking to have something ready to move into come Memorial Day, the time to get started was last week. Luckily for those coming to the game now, this Sag Harbor mega-home is ready for any newcomer. 222 Noyac Road isn’t like most other Hamptons properties, embodying a traditional Tuscan aesthetic, with red roof and long driveway keeping the expansive home tucked away from passersby. The space sits on 1.8 acres with beautifully-landscaped lawns. The Mediterranean villa boasts give bedrooms, four bathrooms, and all inlaid wood doors that open to reveal exposed beams, a large great room, and old fireplace.

Around the back of the home is classic Hamptons chic stylings at every corner, with a gunite pool, mahogany deck, and separate spa with up-lighting. The open design interior and beautiful exterior are also joined together by a high tech music system hat’s been installed In the home, making it perfect for summer entertaining.

The eastern wing has a generous master suite with walk in closet and zen-like master spa retreat consisting of a double sink vanity, steam shower and champagne bubble jacuzzi. The western wing is comprised of a private guest suite, two additional bedrooms with a bathroom, laundry room, and access to the attached two-car garage.

The home is listed at $2.75 million by Brown Harris Stevens’ Martha Gundersen.

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By Tim Latterner

Tim Latterner is the editor of Haute Residence. He lives in New York City covering real estate, lifestyle features, travel, fashion, and food and drink.

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