A 3-Bedroom Unit in the Stanford White-Designed Whitfield Estates Asks $2.395M
Summertime, and the living is easy. Make that all the time for condo owners, who “can enjoy the Hamptons without the stresses of maintaining a house,” argues Elliot Epstein of Brown Harris Stevens. Along with the firm’s Laura Wynne, he’s listing a $2.75 million three-bedroom unit inside Whitefield Estates’ 1895 Stanford White–designed mansion in Southampton—the former Hill Street home of Merrill Lynch co-founder Charles E. Merrill, which was converted into condos during the early 1980s. The 16.3-acre compound includes a pool, a tennis court, sculpture gardens, and a shared music room.