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(Photo courtesy of Corcoran Group)

This is a newly renovated top-to-bottom, turn-key house with unique decorator touches.

The nuts and bolts

.92 acres

3,854 square feet

4 bedrooms

5 bathrooms

House proud

Built in 1996, this home had a full cosmetic and infrastructure renovation including electric, plumbing and mechanicals; new roof, siding, gutters, exterior sliding doors and windows throughout. 

“Anyone will see the quality and all the work that’s been done underneath — everything is perfect and square,” says Joe Gonzalez, the Corcoran agent who is listing the property. “It has great bones, great detail and the owner has a beautiful decorative eye.”

Many of those details are to be found on display, especially in the antique lights chosen and installed by the sellers, and that will convey with the house.

What’s the plan?

The three bedrooms on the first level are nearly all the same size, averaging 132 square feet. Two of them face the front yard (one is ensuite); the primary bedroom is adjacent but set to the side of house with backyard exposures. The entry foyer leads into an open format of kitchen, living and dining rooms with a combined 717 square feet of space and access to the 476-square-foot backyard deck. The third full bathroom is accessed through the front hall. The fourth bedroom is on the lower level, has its own bathroom and walk-in closet and access to a covered patio. Also on this floor are another den, a gym, storage and laundry and utility rooms. 

What’s cooking?

A combination of gray and white cabinets with open shelving set the tone for this gourmet kitchen with top-line Bosch appliances, two sinks, white oak floors and two vintage white-enameled industrial-style pendant lights over the center island. Polished quartz tops the custom counters and there’s a small wet bar and sink. 

What else?

A 754-square-foot loft space above the two-car garage can be a studio, home office or additional rec room.

(Photo courtesy of Corcoran Group)

Amenities and more

  • 18 x 38 heated gunite pool and adjacent firepit area and a 760-square-foot pool house/cabana,
  • New gas fireplace in the living room with built-in shelving on either side
  • Two-car garage with an unfinished loft and potential for a studio or office
  • Two custom-designed closets

One cool thing (or two) 

There’s a separate pool lounge fully decked out for entertainment, featuring painted black beams, polished concrete floor, a wet bar, offering three-season recreation. 


Agent’s callout 

This house is modest as you approach it, but once you’re inside and see it’s bigger than it appears,” Gonzalez says. The backyard, too, he says, “is a nice surprise.” 

“They renovated the entire exterior, bringing in 3,000 yards of top soil, doing all the grading and leveling, and extensive landscaping, moved trees … it’s really spectacular.”

Location, location, location

“This is in a section of Southampton that is very private, and yet located less than two miles to the village edge,” Gonzalez says. Water Mill is 3.5 miles. The home is close to numerous natural area: 1.3 miles from Emma Rose Elliston Park, 1.7 from the Wolf Swamp Sanctuary, 1.9 from the Scallop Pond Preserve, and 1.4 miles from Big Fresh Pond. It’s 3.1 miles to Tern Island, which fronts waters of the Peconic Bay.


The home at 119 Straight Path lists for $3,395,000 and the details can be seen here