Southampton's Village Latch Inn hits the market
What do Sarah Jessica Parker, Ethel Kennedy, Al Roker, Carly Simon, Elle McPherson, Joe Biden and Michael Kors have in common? They all have stayed at The Village Latch Inn, a historic hotel in Southampton.
After 40 years of hosting a multitude of guests, owners Marta and Martin White are selling this prime piece of real estate, which is listed for $23 million with Esther Paster of The Corcoran Group.
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The sign outside The Village Latch Inn in Southampton. The Corcoran Group's Esther Paster listed the property in August 2013 for $23 million.
The Village Latch Inn in Southampton boasts a main house that is a vintage white mansion with green shutters. It includes 24 rooms on three levels.
The interior of the 24-room main building, which originally served as the grand annex to the famed Irving Hotel.
A dozen additional rooms are located near the main building, including the duplex room, above.
The entire property of The Village Latch Inn in Southampton is 5.24 acres and has hosted many a famous guest.
The Village Latch Inn's greenhouse is seen in the distance.
The Village Latch Inn in Southampton, listed for sale for $23 million in August 2013, has a greenhouse on its grounds.
The Terry Cottage is a 10-bedroom grand villa on the The Village Latch Inn property that guests can reserve. It's one of three lodging options in addition to the main house.
Homestead East and Homestead West, with eight and five bedrooms, respectively, are the two other guest villas on The Village Latch Inn grounds.
The breakfast room in Southampton's historic The Village Latch Inn.
The Village Latch Inn in Southampton boasts a "park-like" setting.
Amenities in the Village Latch Inn include a heated pool, a tennis court and special health club privileges at the nearby Radu Fitness Club.