My Hampton Homes: Southampton Real Estate

 

English Country in Southampton Village

7 Cameron Way, Southampton

In 1640 Charles I was King of England, the first European coffee house opened in Venice and Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens met an untimely end. That same year a small group of Puritans landed at Conscience Point to form what is today the oldest English settlement in New York, eventually named after the Earl of Southampton. Three hundred and seventy one years later, you can settle into far more luxury than our early forefathers ever imagined if you are nimble enough to snag this English inspired 6 bedroom country manor on 1.5 acres with tennis. Curb appeal is in abundance as you approach this residence at the end of a long tree lined drive on a private Hampton lane. As ivy climbs the stuc...

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Just The Facts

  • 1.5 Acres
  • 4500 sq ft
  • Built 2004
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 5.5 Bathrooms
  • Finished Lower Level
  • play area
  • guest bedroom
  • full bathroom
  • 1 Fireplaces
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Gunite Pool
  • Har-tru Tennis

 

About Southampton

History describes Southampton as a village known for its quiet elegance, magnificent estates, and fabled residents. It is a reputation that still fits Southampton today.

Of all the South Fork's Hamptons, it is Southampton that still exudes a gentility that you can feel from Main Street to Peconic Bay to all seven miles of oceanfront south of the highway. It's worth noting how you feel teeing off at the Shinnecock Golf Club, the oldest private 18-hole golf course in the United States. Or shopping in town, where the Parrish Museum, a landmark destination for American art lovers, is as much an anchor as Saks Fifth Avenue.

Southampton is all high-end. But it's no...

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