Six Long Island homes priced above $1 million
Long Islanders love their homes, and they also love the thought of someday owning a large house priced at or above seven figures. Take a tour through six Long Island homes priced above $1 million that offer some unique designs and features. Also, be sure to visit the RealLI blog for more coverage on the region's unique real estate offerings.
Ultracontemporary home(Credit: The Corcoran Group)
This 12,000-square-foot home in Sagaponack on more than 3 acres was recently listed for $22.995 million. It has eight bedrooms with nine full bathrooms and three half-baths. Outside is a custom pool with a wading area and a deep end, as well as a lap pool. The pool house has an outdoor kitchen, and there’s a Har-Tru tennis court. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.
Hamptons Designer Showhouse(Credit: Saunders and Associates)
The newly built shingle-style home, which just hit the market for $14.495 million, is the site of this year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse, an annual fundraising event for Southampton Hospital that begins July 20. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.
X-shaped layout(Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty)
Priced at $12 million, this waterfront property for sale in Lloyd Harbor features a granite and limestone mansion in the shape of an X, like the spot on a map marking the treasure. Why? To take advantage of the views and the natural light. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.
Home entertainment(Credit: Barbara Alper)
This Great Neck home, listed for $3.29 million, comes with two home theaters, one in the kitchen-den area and home in the basement. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.
18th century home
Believed to have been built in 1799, the original two-story house had a living room, a study, a kitchen, a dining room and three bedrooms, says Rachel Axinn, of Buyers Elite Realty, who is marketing the now 11-room house for $1.785 million. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.
Victorian design(Credit: Kevin J. Wohlers)
This Sea Cliff Victorian’s most notable feature is also the first one you see as you turn into the drive: a porte cochere. Priced at $1.499 million, a covered porch sits atop a pass-through for horse and carriage, where occupants could alight, protected from the weather. The porch originally was designed for sleeping in the warm weather. Now, the house has central air-conditioning, and the breezy spot is used by the owner for yoga, morning coffee and napping in a hammock. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.