Gary DePersia Presents $5 Million Southampton Residential

In 1640 Charles I was King of England, the first European coffee house opened in Venice, and Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens met an untimely end. That same year a small group of Puritans landed at Conscience Point to form what is today the oldest English settlement in New York, eventually named after the Earl of Southampton. Three hundred and seventy one years later, you can settle into far more luxury than our early forefathers ever imagined if you are nimble enough to snag this English inspired 6 bedroom country manor on 1.5 acres with tennis. Curb appeal is in abundance as you approach this residence at the end of a long tree lined drive on a private Hampton lane. As ivy climbs the stucco facade around you, enter a serene realm with gracious paneled entry with walls suitable for your own Rubens leading to the spacious living room augmented by both fireplace and coffered ceiling. Dark stained oak floors fan out to include the formal dining room, powder room and the sprawling kitchen highlighted by professional appliances, breakfast area and sitting room which will no doubt be adorned by a large flat screen TV. A generous guest master suite, laundry room and two car garage complete the first floor. Climbing a short staircase brings you past an attractive open sitting room to find the expansive master suite fit for any king complete with large walk-in closet and luxurious bath sequestered from the other three bedrooms that are on the upper floor. The lower level reveals a large recreational room, full bath and staff suite with its own exterior access. Outside patios and expansive lawn connects the 40′ heated Gunite pool with the N/S Har-Tru hydro court. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent to create a verdant sanctuary defined by boxwoods, exquisite plantings, perennial gardens and specimen trees. And you’ll be glad to know it won’t seem like you’re traveling to Venice when you want your coffee which can

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