Filed under: Estates
Today's home on 1.9 acres in New York's Southampton Village began life as a gatehouse to The Dolphins, one of the biggest estates in the area. Newsday's Real LI reported that the house was expanded into a summer home when the land was subdivided about 40 years ago and is now a comfortable year-round home with easy access to the ocean and to the Meadow Club. Curbed Hamptons says that the home's owner was once the chief executive of Deutsche Bank, but is "now chairman of a German telecommunications company." The 2,900-square-foot "cottage" has five bedrooms and the Architectural Review Board has also approved plans for a 10,000-square-foot house, pool and tennis court. It is listed for $10.4 million with Saunders & Associates.
Gallery: Seven Maples