The shingle-style Summer home Kate and Andy Spade are selling in Southampton is almost as quirky and quintessentially American as the eponymous brands the couple once designed.
At nearly three acres, the property — whose asking price was recently reduced to $4.75 million from $5.45 million — is the largest in Southampton's Art Village, where artist William Merritt Chase founded a Summer painting school in 1892. Today, the estate includes a freestanding ballroom, a painting studio, separate servant's quarters, and a two-car garage in addition to the eight-bedroom main house.
The home's interior is filled with charming details like bead board and an apron-front porcelain sink in the kitchen. It also features three fireplaces, six bathrooms, a formal dining room, and three porches that overlook the gardens and sprawling lawns. Many of the walls are covered in bead board, and wide windows and a variety of wall sconces and chandeliers keep the place light. A look at all that, here in the gallery.
Photos via Saunders & Associates