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This is the interior of the studio guest

This is the interior of the studio guest house located at 18 Stevens Lane in Westhampton Beach. The compound, which also includes a second barn-style guest house and a two-story main house, is listed for $2.9 million. Credit: Handout

HAMPTONS HOMES. The Westhampton Beach compound of fashion designer Alan Schwartz of ABS is on the market for $2.9 million. The property features two guest cottages in addition to the main residence. All three of the vintage, wood-frame structures on the 0.97-acre parcel were renovated in 2007. The two-story main house, built in 1927, has three bedrooms, 1.5 baths, an eat-in kitchen, a den, a living room and a family room leading out to a slate patio and pond. One of the guesthouses, a living room-kitchenette-bedroom-combo studio, has a fireplace, high ceilings, a full bath with a changing room and an outside patio. The other guesthouse, a barn-style design, has a similar open layout on the ground level plus a loft bedroom. It, too, has its own patio. There’s also an in-ground pool and hot tub on the grounds. The listing agent is Victoria Reynolds of Norma Reynolds Realty Inc. -- Virginia Dunleavy

IN THE DETAILS. Notable for its quality craftsmanship and private setting with water views, this 11-room Old Field postmodern is on the market for the first time since the seller had it built in 2003. Listed for $4.7 million, this manse -- designed by Al Sutton, a Miller Place-based architect -- is set atop a bluff on a 2.72-acre parcel. It is about 8,000 square feet with an additional 4,000 square feet in the finished basement. A sample of exterior and interior features a three-ply grand manor roof and handmade copper gutters. The windows and exterior doors were built to withstand 250 mph winds. There are 32 zones of radiant heat, eight zones of hydronic heat and central air-conditioning, as well as a central vacuum system and Crestron wiring, that allows the house systems to be operated from a remote location.

The house overlooks Smithtown Bay and Long Island Sound. There are mahogany floors and domed and coffered ceilings. The two-story entrance foyer has marble floors and a remote-controlled chandelier. The great room features another chandelier and a dual gas fireplace with marble walls and hearth and built-in marble shelving. There is a heated gunite in-ground pool. The estate is listed with Debra Carr and Noel Kappauf of Netter Real Estate. -- Lisa Doll Bruno

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