My Hampton Homes: Water Mill Real Estate


Water Mill Estate with Tennis & Proximity to Villages & Beaches

1729 Deerfield Road, Water Mill

Bold strokes, consummate detail and copious amenities unite within a privately sited 7+ bedroom Hampton's retreat on 2 acres in a part of Water Mill fast becoming the new, chic area north of the highway evidenced by a flurry of recent high-end sales. Articulate construction informs a residence that offers 9,000 SF+/- on three well-articulated levels of living space as a paneled entry opens to the stunning great room under coffered ceilings with a fireplace. Sundrenched by day, this handsome gathering room will become the focal point of all your evening soirees. The expansive kitchen, offering a full array of professional appliances, large center island and a breakfast alcove overlooking ...

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Just The Facts

  • 2 Acres
  • 9000 sq ft
  • Built 2011
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 8.5 Bathrooms
  • Finished Lower Level
  • 2 Acres | 9000 SF on 3 Levels | Built 2011 | 7+ Bedrooms | 8.5 Bathrooms | Gated Entry
  • Great Room Under Coffered Ceilings w/Fireplace | Family Room w/ Fireplace | Powder Room
  • Fully Equipped Eat In Kitchen with Prof Appliances & Butler’s Pantry Open to Dining Room
  • Finished Lower Level w/ Recreational Area, Gym, 2 Bedroom Suites, Full Bath & Walkout
  • Resort-Like 18’x 60’ Infinity Edge Pool & Spa | Integrated Cabana | 60’ X 120’ Tennis Court
  • Extensive Landscaping | Belgian Block Driveway | 2 Car Garage | Extreme Privacy
  • 3 Fireplaces
  • 2 Car Garage
  • 18 x 60 Gunite Pool
  • Pool House
  • All-weather Tennis


About Water Mill

The American Revolution is modern history to Water Mill, where grist for its water-powered mill was first ground in 1644. But it was the arrival of the Long Island Rail Road, in 1875, that shaped the Water Mill of today. That's when the rich and mobile of Manhattan turned this farming and fishing community into a rustic yet refined playground for the well-to-do. Things haven't changed much since then. The mill still works and the wealthy still flock to Water Mill.

The hamlet has three magnificent beaches: Flying Point, Mecox, and Dead End. And there are still huge areas of woodsy wilderness, like the 148-acre Laurel Valley Country Park. Robert Wilson's Watermill C...

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