Highest Elevation in The Hamptons
Set at a 300-foot elevation, the highest point in all of the Hamptons, this Feng Shui-inspired mansion is known as “Island In The Sky”. Positioned on a 9-acre parcel surrounded by more than 15 acres of preserved land, the house enjoys views from Water Mill to the Atlantic Ocean on one side and Peconic Bay on the other.
Borrowing from traditional and modern styles, the estate offers 12,000 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. A creation of celebrated architect, sculptor and artist Setsuo Ito, the home was meticulously designed from top to bottom. The ground floor of the main house welcomes you to a dramatic entrance lobby, living room, gallery and spectacular dining atrium.
The renovated kitchen features white-glass flooring, custom contemporary cabinets, white stone counter tops, chef caliber Wolf stove, Sub Zero refrigerator, and a wine cooler. At the center of this extraordinary room sits a rare open gas fireplace. Head to the mezzanine level, one can enjoy a work out in the home’s exercise room, while further along are three bedroom suites and a media room.
Upstairs, a large bedroom suite features a spa-like bathroom, as well as access to a second-level pool cabana. Adjacent 6.0 acre parcel also available, making it possible to create a total 15 acre compound. Visit http://984NoyacPath.com