Hamptons Condominium With Historic Pedigree Sells For $2.52 Million
Condominium at 456 Old Town Road in Southampton. (Courtesy Photo)
A beautiful 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath condominium located at 456 Old Town Road in Southampton with ties to the former heads of Standard Oil and Atari has recently sold for $2.52 Million. The Hamptons condo, which is part of the Villas complex on Old Town Road, is located on the famed historic Murray-McDonald Compound which was once one of Southampton's largest estates. The land has always been highly coveted and was bought and sold by several notable figures including the late head of Standard Oil, Henry Rogers and former President and CEO of Atari, Raymond Kassar.
Aaron Curti of Douglas Elliman Real Estate who represented the seller explained, "The Villas have a rare pedigree, and a very rare place in the modern market here in the Hamptons. Condominiums are hard to come by on the East End, especially in the Estates Section of Southampton." Curti continued, "This is the best deal in the Hamptons - perfect for someone who wants to be close to the beach with all the contemporary bells and whistles, and all for a very good price". With entrance to the gated Villas complex, the buyer will enjoy blue stone patios and walkways, a private pool house, country kitchens and white Carrera marble and top-of-the-line appliances. Units also include gas fireplaces to keep warm during the cold Hamptons winters, central heat and air conditioning, and for some at home r&r steam showers as well as Jacuzzi tubs.
Added: May 6, 2013, 2:22 pm
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