Historic Carriage House Hits the Market for $3.9 Million

The asking price for 77 Quogue Street in Quogue has dropped.

A 1930s carriage house, which was once used by Post family — a family that has deep historical roots in the community — has hit the market for $3,950,000.

According to listing agent, Aimee Fitzpatrick Martin of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the house, which was originally listed for $4,199,000 is a "very interesting property."

77 Quogue Street in Quogue, she said, was originally a carriage house, but renovated in 2007 with designs drawn up by Hamptons architect Nick Vero.

"It is a nice blend of Quogue traditional with urban chic," said Martin.

The three-story, 6000 square-foot house features seven bedrooms, 7.5 baths, 5 fireplaces, 4-car garage, a custom designer kitchen, grand entry way into living room, front parlor, billiard's room, office, cabana bath off the gunite pool, and a spacious master suite with his/her steam shower bath and sundeck.

For more information on this listing, contact Martin at (631) 288-6244

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