Located on North Sea Harbor, in Southampton, NY, this beach cottage is for sale for an asking price of $2,550,000.
With crisp white interiors, full of beauty with a classic coastal Hamptons style, this cottage has everything you could wish for, from plank and beadboard walls to a clean, uncluttered feel, often seen in many homes and cottages in this area.
This beach house is well-known in the area as “Fish Shack,” and was featured on the pages of Coastal Living before its top-to-bottom renovation. The coastal cottage now features a new foundation, new kitchen, new appliances, new central air, a new third bedroom, and a new second bath. The décor can be described as: “Reclaimed Old World meets Mid-Century meets the beach.” Features also include peaked ceilings, dark-stained floors, white beadboard, a wall of windows from the open white kitchen to the dining, a fireplace in the living room, and an outdoor shower.
Let’s take a look and let me know if you’d pay $2.5 mil for this beach cottage.
Southampton Beach Cottage for Sale
The new, crisp white kitchen features dark-stained hardwood floors and a practical layout.
The kitchen island faces the dining area and the living room. Counter top is carrera marble.
Opening walls is often a smart idea when renovating a kitchen. Here the designer kept an open layout but used wall space to add a wall-to-ceiling pantry.
With ocean views (or snow during winter, as we can see here), this dining area is pure charm! Notice the classic plank board ceiling and the schoolhouse lighting.
It doesn’t get more “Hamptons” than this! Crisp and tailored, this living room continues to carry plank walls and ceiling.
The original brick fireplace was painted white to work within the space.
Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Simply White Oc-117.
This Southampton beach cottage has 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and approximately 1,725 sq. ft.
Notice the front door and sidelights.
This bathroom can be small, but it’s certainly big in personality. I am loving the beadboard walls, the stutters and the coastal decor! Charming!
This tiny cottage bedroom is all about architectural details! Notice the ceiling, shutters, windows above the bed and the clean-looking decor. Isn’t it beautiful?
The master bathroom features marble flooring, pedestal sink, built-in medicine cabinet, window shutters and a glass shower. Walls feature a mix of planks and beadboard.
Nothing is more therapeutical than kayaking and I have to give it a try this summer. Who’s with me?
Summer at the Beach
Imagine spending the summer in this gorgeous white, sandy beach. Wouldn’t that be a great experience?!
It’s great to talk about summer when you know it won’t take long to get there. We’ve being talking about what to do and I still don’t have many plans… we might spend some time at the beach in PEI (one of my favorite places in Canada) or take the kids to Toronto. Both are fun, but very extremes! In one side you have the beach (something we’re blessed enough to always have since we live by it, although it’s not in PEI) and in the other, you have a big city and its many fun things. We could go to the zoo, CN tower, to the Hockey Hall of Fame, and eat at some great restaurants — all things that I know the kids, my husband and I would love to try! Hummm… what would you guys would choose?
How about you? Have you decide what to do this summer yet? It will be here soon… I can’t wait!!! 🙂
Have a Blessed day, my wonderful friends! We’ll talk again tomorrow!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Sotheby’s Homes.
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