Rich cribs: Room for guests
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, 11/2 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
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 architect -- is on a bluff on a 2.72-acre parcel. It is about 8,000 square feet with an additional 4,000-square-foot finished basement.
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.
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