Inside an Ocean View Compound in the Hamptons

In 1644, King Charles I gave a man named Edward Howell 40 acres near Southampton for the purposes of building a mill to grind grain. By the 1800s, that area had become known as the hamlet of Water Mill, today a community of beautiful beaches and pastoral estates popular with professionals and cultural luminaries. This 8,700-square-foot residence, on an elevated estate site surrounded by swaths of idyllic conservation land, pays homage to Water Mill and its history with classical style, impeccable attention to detail, and appreciation of the serene seaside surroundings.

Inside an Ocean View Compound in the Hamptons
In 1644, King Charles I gave a man named Edward Howell 40 acres near Southampton for the purposes of building a mill to grind grain. By the 1800s, that area had become known as the hamlet of Water Mill, today a community of beautiful beaches and pastoral estates popular with professionals and cultural luminaries. This 8,700-square-foot residence, on an elevated estate site surrounded by swaths of idyllic conservation land, pays homage to Water Mill and its history with classical style, impeccable attention to detail, and appreciation of the serene seaside surroundings.