Passing by this stately Quogue home, you may think it’s one of the original village abodes. But the 4,000-square-foot house listed for $3.55 million is actually newly built, says listing agent Marcia Altman of Brown Harris Stevens.

Altman says the Quogue Village Board mandated that the home have a traditional facade when developers were granted permission to build four houses on the property, the site of the historic Weathervane house and now known as Quogue Mews.

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The eat-in kitchen has marble counters, stainless steel appliances, a large center island with a breakfast bar and a butler’s pantry. There are fireplaces in the formal dining room and living room, which has a coffered ceiling. All three of the home’s guest bedrooms are en-suite, and the master suite features a fireplace, a custom closet and a spa bath with a steam shower, radiant heat and air bubbler tub.

There are 10-foot ceilings and hardwood floors throughout the house. A three-story staircase leads from the first to a third-story loft.

The house is equipped with a video doorbell that connects to the owner’s cellphone, a security system and smart home technology that controls the music, lights and air conditioning.

There’s a heated gunite pool and spa on the three-quarter acre property, which is trimmed by a privet hedge and offers a covered mahogany front porch, two brick patios and an outdoor fireplace.