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North Haven mansion relists with a $2M price cut

North Haven mansion relists with a $2M price cut

Sizable 10,000-square-foot mansion.

It’s now listed for $ 6.75M

A massive 10,000-square-foot gated estate in North Haven has just returned to the market for the first time since November of 2016, at which time it was listed for $ 8.85 million. This time around, the new-build has a $ 6.75 million asking price.

But $ 8.85 million is not the highest price tag that this property has had. When it first came on the market in July of 2016, it was asking $ 9.5 million.

Designed by architect David Sherwood, the house includes eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and three half-baths. A fireplace, French doors, a glass sunroom, and a chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry can all be found on the first floor of the house. On the second floor there’s a master suite with a private balcony, while the finished lower level offers a theater and a wine cellar.

Outside, homeowners will enjoy a pool, a hot tub, a pergola, and a two-car garage with lift capability. Residents will also have deeded access to a nearby bay beach and mooring rights.

Located at 49 Robertson Drive, the 2-acre property is about 2.5 miles from Sag Harbor village shops and restaurants. Sotheby’s International Realty agents Frank and Dawn Bodenchak represent the listing.

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Large living room with French doors.
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Sunroom with fireplace.
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Eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
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Master bedroom with fireplace and private terrace.
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Master bath with a standalone soaking tub.

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