Douglas Elliman power broker Michaela Keszler has just listed her $13.995 million property at 104 Foster Crossing in Southampton Village was created by renowned architects Polhemus & Coffin for shipping magnateVernon H. Brown. Featured in the book "American Country Houses of the Thirties: With Photographs and Floor Plans," the generous estate features a gated drive, a “grand cottage” constructed during Southampton’s Gilded Age, and mature plantings and hedgerows. The home is currently listed for $13,995,000.
Built in 1930 (but not zoned historic) yet thoroughly up-to-date, the 7,900-square-foot two-story home has four fireplaces, eight bedrooms, five full and two half baths, a library, and staff quarters.
Sited on just over 2 acres of prime land on one of Southampton Village’s most desirable streets, the shingle-style traditional, which has had just three owners since it's erection, is both generous and welcoming. Filled with sun, thanks to full southern exposure, it boasts multiple terraces and a covered porch, and is close enough to the ocean to hear the waves. Built in 1930 (but not zoned historic) yet thoroughly up-to-date, the 7,900-square-foot two-story home has four fireplaces, eight bedrooms, five full and two half baths, a Bulthaup kitchen, library, and staff quarters.
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Keszler, purchased the property from socialite Dorothy Hurt Rice, past president of the Village Improvement Society of Southampton and a founding member of the Southampton Bath and Tennis Club.
Featuring a gated drive, the "grand cottage" was constructed during Southampton's Gilded Age and is protected by mature plantings and hedgerows. Additional amenities include an expansive lawn, heated pool, and sunken all-weather tennis court.
Michaela Keszler at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent