The Atterbury Estate Southampton Village - As one of the most important and refined estates in the Hamptons, the Grosvenor Atterbury designed residence on Coopers Neck Lane brings into concert the property's century old provenance with the finest present-day amenities. The majestic three-acre oasis is perfectly positioned among the storied estates of Southampton's Summer Colony - moments from Cooper's Beach on the Atlantic Ocean, and near the fine dining, cultural offerings and world-class shopping that make Southampton Village so special. Originally commissioned by Henry Graff Trevor in 1910 and completed in 1913, the home was designed by architect Grosvenor Atterbury. World-renowned, Atterbury is credited with works such as the Parrish Art Museum, the fabled Creeks estate in East Hampton, and the American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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