Located adjacent to 70 +/- acre reserve, privately situated, is this stunning, newly renovated six bedroom, six bath, 6,000 +/- plus square foot Traditional featuring a new professional eat-in kitchen, great room, formal dining room, family room, downstairs junior master suite, screened porch, large master suite and three additional bedrooms, finished basement and sauna. Noted Hamptons architect, John Laffey, designed the renovation and award winning landscape designer, Ed Hollander, designed and installed the spectacular landscaping. An 18 x 55 foot heated gunite pool with security fencing, is the centerpiece of the expansive lawn. The house has new siding, new roof, new kitchen, new baths, new screened porch, new pool and a finished basement. Two week rental minimum.
As an accommodation to the disabled, Saunders & Associates provides curbside access at its offices.
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