Tim Davis, the number one real estate agent in Hampton’s announced the sale of ‘The Linden Estate’. It is going to be a sale that will go in history. Jurgen Friedrich and his wife Anke are the owners of Linden Estate. Friedrich is the co-founder of the fashion brand Esprit. According to property records, Friedrich bought the estate in 1999 for around $8.5 million. They have spent years and lots of dollars in maintaining the originality and beauty of this European-style manor.
In 2007, the couple transferred the estate to their own holding company. Originally, the estate was listed for sale in 2008 for $60 million. It stayed unsold for four years and in 2012 was assumed to be sold at $49 million, but the deal collapsed, so was put up for rent. Currently, the estate underwent a renovation and has hit the market again at an ascending rate of $69.95 million.
Linden Estate is a tribute to Long Island’s historic heritage. Its recent restoration exhibits its original era grace and polished luxury across the 10-acre land. Basking in 18,000 + sq. feet park-like private property sits on exclusive 160, Ox Pasture Road, located in the core of Estate Section. Estate Section is surrounded by other historic manors and big trees but among them, Linden Estate is the largest, old-world style house.
Glowing with celestial magnificence, this Southampton jewel boasts chic settings decked with countless arrays of French glass doors overlooking the sweet-smelling rose gardens and bordered by evergreen bushes. The grand entrance hallway reveals a royal living room with an ornate ceiling and leaded glass doors showcasing the vast greenery on the property.
There are three floors including well-decorated 9 bedrooms, 12 full bathrooms, three half baths, along with separate staff quarters. There is a spiral staircase that takes visitors to the third floor where the impressive master suite, gym, and steam room are located. Every room on the estate has individual and unique interiors. The importance of handcraft and detailing is revealed in this 120-year-old mansion.
Besides, the melodious gardens, outside there is a private paradise surrounded by a sun-flecked swimming pool pavilion, paddle court, tennis court, and carriage house to entertain guests in a country-style way. The heated indoor pool has a red slide and waterfall housed in a glass box, while the outdoor pool has two gazebos on both sides equipped with a complete kitchen suitable for outdoor dining. Parking is also possible with two garages with space for parking 8 cars.
Architect Grosvenor Atterbury designed the Linden Estate in 1915. The estate got its name due to the Linden trees that border the property. The landscape was designed by Fredrick Law Olmsted. Southampton is popular for summer vacation and this inland house has all the wows – ample space, outdoor & indoor playful amenities suitable for family bonding and entertaining, fireplaces, gazebos, impressive kitchen, separate staff quarters, dedicated home office, spa, gym, garages, and more sprawled across the 10-acre area.
The distinguished Linden Estate residence expresses a warm country-side welcome!
Linden Estate in Southampton NY
160 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton, NY
Contact Details –
Hamptons Luxury Real Estate Market Leader
24 Main Street Southampton, NY 11968