This home is located on a quiet street in Southampton Village on a gracious 1.4 acre parcel. Virtually the entire home is situated on the ground floor, including the primary suite, living room, sitting room, and a second ensuite bedroom. On the second floor is one private en suite bedroom. The exterior features include a large brick terrace with lots of outdoor furniture and a private pool oasis. The home is modestly sized relative to the surrounding neighborhood's large estates. The Village proximity is so close you won't feel guilty about going a second time because you forgot something on the first trip. Both Southampton Village Main Street and Village beaches are less than a mile from the front door.
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