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Quogue home on site of historic Weathervane house lists for $3.55M

This house in the Quogue Mews might look

This house in the Quogue Mews might look like an original, but it's newly built. It is on the market in July 2016 for $3.55 million Photo Credit: Brown Harris Stevens

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.

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.

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