Barons Ln Southampton Oceanfront Estate
382 Barons Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
Year Built: 1991
Interior: 8,225 sq. ft. (approx.)
Land: 4.50 acres (approx.)
Top-most among the finest Hamptons oceanfront estates, the opportunity to own this extraordinary property may only happen once in a lifetime. Barons Lane offers 4.5 +/- acres with 430 +/- feet of direct oceanfront, and 360-degree views from the ocean to farm fields and ponds. This truly feels like its own world. Designed by Eric Woodward, and built by Harold Reeves & Sons, this 8225 +/- square foot residence with eight bedrooms, seven baths, and two powder rooms encompasses three levels and offers various separate and communal living spaces. The classic shingle style exterior offers enormous picture windows and broad ocean-facing decks. Inside, detailed woodwork is the hallmark from light-toned floors, stair railings and balustrades, window seats, and doors. The ground floor western wing includes two guest suites, one with a fireplace. An adjoining hallway leads to the eastern wing with over-sized laundry facility, two bedrooms with shared bath, and three more guest suites, one that opens to a patio and 20'x50' heated Gunite pool. The main level offers the great room with fireplace that opens onto the ocean-facing deck with two covered sections. The master suite includes an office, fireplace, and also opens onto the deck. Off the great room, an office has its own fireplace. The formal dining room seats twelve, and is adjoined by the morning room. These front-of-the house rooms face open farm fields and a pond. The large kitchen with composite stone counters features a stainless steel professional range/grill, Subzero refrigerators, three Bosch dishwashers, and informal dining/family room with fireplace and powder room that opens on the rear deck. A staircase rising above the kitchen opens to a roof deck that offers breathtaking views in every direction. The lower level houses modern mechanicals, the attached garage accommodates three-plus vehicles, and the property has its own power generator.