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The sound of the ocean waves glides across this lovely Southampton Village home set on a beautifully landscaped lot with heated Gunite pool. High hedges open to a semi-circular gravel drive to the front brick walkway and covered porch of this shingle-sided traditional residence. With four bedrooms and four baths, the interior spaces have polished wood floors throughout. The front entry foyer opens to the living room with a fireplace, built-in bookshelves and French doors leading to a brick patio. From the living room one enters the sitting room and dining room that opens to the back brick terrace. The chef's kitchen features marble counters, Subzero refrigerator, Miele range and beverage cooler. A side room with closet sits adjacent to a full bath. Upstairs, the master bedroom suite opens onto a mahogany deck and is joined by three guest bedrooms and two additional baths. A finished lower level has a large playroom and a laundry room with double washer/dryers. The property grounds have been thoughtfully landscaped with the pool and lounge areas, and rear dining and living terrace. The property is practically a stone's throw to ocean beaches and convenient to Village shops and restaurants.The owner has Southampton Village Architectural Review Board and Suffolk County Health Department approvals to expand the house and build a pool house where the garage currently stands. See attached plans. Approvals are in place for a full basement with room for 2 bedrooms, media room, laundry, sauna, refrigerated wine room and additional storage. The first floor has approvals to expand the small room adjacent to the kitchen into a generous sized bedroom with en suite bath while converting the existing bath into a half bath. The second floor has approval to enlarge the northeast bedroom into a larger bedroom with en suite bath. The existing garage has approvals to build a large pool house the size of the existing garage. The property has approved plans by the Architectural Review Board and Suffolk County Health Department to enlarge the existing house and to build a new pool house. Current approved plans were done under the old Village building code. If executed, the house size and lot coverage will be much larger than would be allowed under the current code.