Historic Southampton Waterfront Estate
This impressive Southampton North waterfront property is a genuine link to the past and present. Initially constructed in the Revolutionary-era of 1780 as the David Rose house, this 6 bedroom, 4 bath home also boasts tasteful 19th-century and 20th century additions, and embodies a traditional historic character along with elegant Hamptons living. The 3,700 sq ft of living space contains many historic details, from the original front door to it's colonial-era entry foyer and wide floorboards throughout. It has two living rooms, a colonial wood-paneled dining room with large fireplace hearth, 2 bedrooms on the first floor with full baths, ample kitchen and breakfast area, and two outdoor porches, one open and one screened. The second floor encompasses a master bedroom and 3 additional bedrooms, two with fireplaces, and two baths. A finished third floor offers additional uses. One of the first floor bedrooms is set up to allow for separate entrance for a possible mother-daughter configuration. The house is centrally air-conditioned and heated on 4 zones, and has 90% of its windows upgraded to modern standards. Outside the home, a large in-ground Gunite pool with brick surround awaits set among huge copper beech and walnut trees. 150' ft of water frontage on Wooley Pond includes a dock for paddle boards, kayaks or other small craft. A second, newly-constructed dock on Wooley Pond via Kendall's Lane includes one slip deeded to the property for up to a 30' motor or sailboat.