A Southampton home on 1.44 acres backing the Peconic Land Trust features grounds designed by its professional landscaper-owner, the listing agent says. It is listed for $2.395 million.

The property surrounding the four-bedroom, 3 1⁄2 -bath residence is planted with monkey puzzle, red-leaf maple, cherry blossom and magnolia trees, says listing agent Victoria Reynolds of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. A bridge over a pond with a waterfall leads to a gazebo.

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Additional human-built creature comforts include a deck, in-ground swimming pool and hot tub. A shed on the property could become a pool house, and there is room to add a tennis court. The preserve has walking trails, some leading to Sag Harbor.

“If you’re into hiking, it’s really beautiful,” she adds.

Inside the 3,400-square-foot home, a third-floor media room with a “treehouse feeling” has views of the preserve, Reynolds says. Wood floors and nature views are found throughout the home, which includes a solarium with garden views and a chef’s kitchen facing the pool. A den on the first floor has a potbelly stove.

Upstairs, the second-story master suite includes an en-suite full bath with a Jacuzzi tub. The residence is equipped with central air conditioning.