A few slivers of window peek above the front-of-lot wall of this mostly single-story 1967 Southampton home by Charles Tapley Associates. The new listing, centered between newer, more substantial neighbors and located a few lots from the Ashby Highrise site, has a $1,099,000 initial asking price.
It’s a straight shot into the contemporary home through a front courtyard with “cocktail pool” (at right and below).
The listing refers to the layout as gallery style spaces with “living pavilions.” There’s also a garden atrium near the core of the 2,517-sq.-ft. home and another patio out back:
Skylights above the causeway corridor and a clerestory boost interior illumination:
Will the upper reaches of the 21-story Ashby tower soon be visible through this room-length clerestory? It faces east.
Remodeling a decade ago included work in the atrium-view kitchen, which opens to the 23-ft.-by-28-ft. living room:
A floating staircase leads to a small loft currently used as a secondary bedroom:
A room used as a library includes access to one of the 3 full bathrooms:
In the ground-level master suite, windows face a time-worn brick wall — but others deliver a partial sky view:
Access to the 2-car garage is from the service alley that runs behind homes on the block. An open house is scheduled for this Sunday.
- 1807 Wroxton Rd. [HAR]