Need a beach home for your family? And your brother’s family? A couple of cousins, maybe a neighbor and an old college buddy? And still have a room to spare for the help?
Fortunately, there’s a home in Seagate on the market that’s got you covered. A 7,989-square-foot two-story mansion hit the market last week, sporting 11 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms and a “south facing beach exposure [that] provides unparalleled experience from sunrise to sunset where every moment is different and unique.” Uhuh. And here I thought once you’ve seen one sunrise, you’ve seen ’em all.
Anyway, the property is at 4050 Atlantic Avenue – the ocean facing street that saw several homes obliterated during Superstorm Sandy. But according to the broker, the “outdoor living season is long and mild.” Nevermind the superstorms. We can’t imagine why the current owners are heading for the hills.
Some of the neater amenities include three wood-burning fireplaces, an ocean-facing deck, a penthouse master suite, and a “library/music room with Philippines Mohagany wood paneling.” Also: rooftop gardens.
There’s no mention of Superstorm Sandy or flood damage at all – and, really, who would put that in a real estate post. In fact, they even omit the tell-tale “newly renovated” boast that pervades every Zone A listing we’ve seen. Oh, but wait, there is a hint: “This property is equipped with massive new mechanicals: Two Weil McLain furnaces, one with hot water circulating system and one with steam, two huge Smith boilers and a new electric system.”
Still, pretty property and a relatively low asking price. Would you buy a home this close to the water in the post-Sandy age?