$16.9 million dollars for this traditional home in Sag Harbor right on a peninsula in the Peconic Bay.
A two story, 7,500 square foot Hamptons house with 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, infinity pool and much more.
The home is listed by Corcoran in the event you have a few million you would like to spend! Water views included by the way.
So, today's non-dilemma dilemma question is...if you had $16.9 million to spend on a summer house, would you take it or leave it?
Here's a short tour...
|Water view from living room with French doors, coffered ceilings, a fireplace and wicker furniture. (above)|
|Eat in kitchen with bay window overlooking the water features an island with wood cabinets and a farmhouse sink. (above)|
|Sunroom with bay views. (above)|
|Master bedroom with double French doors! (above)|
|Infinity pool in backyard with floating decks modeled after a pool at a hotel in Bali. (above)|
So...again...I ask you...would you take it or leave it? Would you take the furniture too and work with it or would you want to start from scratch?
P.S. Having a hard time adjusting to being back to reality after 8 amazing days in Hawaii with TE. Here is a picture of a rainbow that showed up outside our window at the St. Regis hotel in Princeville on our last morning in Kauai. Ahhh...pictures do not do it justice. It was a stunning double rainbow at that!! I've never seen a double rainbow before! Apparently this particular rainbow was so awesome that all of the hotel employees left their posts to take pictures too...the bellman told us there was a few minutes downstairs where no one was at the hotel's front desk because they ran to take pictures...he said that never happens! Feel lucky to have spent a fantastic week with TE on my first visit to Hawaii and then to get a double rainbow at the end! Who could ask for more?
|A double rainbow overlooking Hanalei Bay in Kauai on the last morning of our vacation! (above)|