Reputed to be one of the last works by famed architect Stanford White, a spectacular 14,000-square-foot residence on Shinnecock Road in the coveted estate section of Quogue has recently undergone a three-year transformation back to its original state of opulence and grandeur, while maintaining the functionality and warmth appropriate to today’s Hamptons lifestyle. The home was originally commissioned in 1906 by the Greeff textile family, renowned for creating fabrics in authentic 18th- and 19th-century American designs—including fabrics produced by special arrangement with the Henry Ford Museum. With its strikingly stylish rebirth, the 10-bedroom home on 3.4 landscaped acres now boasts a plethora of modern amenities yet retains its original stately character. This extraordinary estate is convenient to New York City, 10 minutes from the regional Westhampton Beach airport, which accommodates jets of any size, and is close to Quogue’s Main Street, the Atlantic Ocean, and various golf and tennis clubs.

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Price$9,875,000
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