A 9-acre property in the village of Southampton has sold for $70 million, according to property experts.
The Linden Estate sale closed last week. Set in the Tony Estate section of the original old house from the early 1900s, the estate includes 12 bedrooms, 12 full his bathrooms and 3 half his bathrooms on Oxpasture Road. has an 18,000 square foot home.
Jonathan Miller, CEO of appraisal firm Miller-Samuel, said, “This is the highest price we’ve tracked outside of the waterfront. In the Hamptons, it’s about 10 highs in the last 10 years. were sold, all with water views, he said.
The three-story house was built in 1910 in the style of “mansion-scale arts and crafts,” said Tim Davis of Corcoran Group, who listed the property in collaboration with Harald Grant of Sotheby’s International Realty. increase. It was designed by architect Grosvenor Atterbury, he said.
The property changed owners when it was last sold for $8.5 million in 2002, according to Davis. said.
“If any property were to become turnkey, this would be it,” says Grant. “It has a completely modernized old world flavor.”
The red-tiled stucco house sits on park-like grounds with 100-year-old linden trees. There are outdoor and indoor pools, grass tennis courts, paddle courts, his two pavilions with full kitchens, a gazebo, fountains and a carriage house that connects the greenhouses. The master bedroom is a five-room suite spanning an estimated 3,000 square feet, Davis said.
There are two separate 4-car garages, a guest house and a separate staff quarter.
Grant attributes the size and characteristics of the property to the record sales despite the home not being on the water.
“Most properties that aren’t on the waterfront are much smaller properties,” he said. “The average is two acres.”