INTRODUCING WATERMILL CROSSING
38 NEW LUXURY TOWNHOMES
– Coming Fall 2023 –
4 Bedrooms // 4.5 Baths // 2,459+/- sq. ft.
$2.295M – $2.695M
Watermill Crossing // 66 Nowedonah Avenue, Water Mill, NY 11976
646-752-1233 // 631-219-2771
PROGRESS AT WATERMILL CROSSING
THE WATERMILL CROSSING UPDATE
UNIT A1 MODELS
WATERMILL CROSSING | UNIT A1
2,459 Living Area Square Footage
209 Garage Square Footage
4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | Full Basement
WATERMILL CROSSING | UNIT A1 – POWDER ROOM
42,459 Living Area Square Footage
209 Garage Square Footage
3 Bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms | Full Basement
WATERMILL CROSSING | RECREATION BUILDING
A central recreation building and pool are located in the heart of the community set among beautiful landscaping.
The recreation building includes a fitness room and locker room with showers, great room with fireplace opening
to a covered porch, a comfortable lounge with card tables, a food prep area with wet bar, and powder room.
45 x 17 Heated Pool | 2,500 Square Footage | 8 x 8 Spa
RECREATION BUILDING ARTIST RENDERINGS
AMENITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Design Architect: McDonough & Conroy Architects
Interior Designer: Mabley Handler Interior Design
Landscape Architect: Araiys Design
Civil Engineer: PW Grosser
MEP Engineer: Venture Consulting Group, LLC
Construction Manager: Racanelli Construction
Environmental Engineer: J.C. Broderick & Associates, Inc.
Pool Engineer: R & W / Engineers, P.C.
Developer: JS Squared
Great Room with fireplace – Double doors leading out to a stone patio
Fully equipped gymnasium
Men’s and women’s locker rooms
Full sized swimming pool and spa
Prism Smart Deluxe multi station
Hoist 48” Horizontal dumbbell rack
TKO 10 pair vertical dumbbell rack
TKO Tri grip rubber hex dumbbells
True Fitness MP 2.0 2 stack multi station
True Fitness C200 Elliptical with LCD console
Two True Fitness C200 treadmills with LCD console
True Fitness C200 recumbent bike with LCD console (vs Peloton)
Full service including landscaping, property maintenance, snow removal and pool service
Electric vehicle charging stations
All homes will be two stories plus cellar
Exterior finish will be cedar shingle
Cedar shingled roofs
Brick veneer chimneys
Marvin Elevate Double Hung windows
Private fenced backyard with bluestone patio
Exterior gas hook-up
Shiplap details throughout
10’ ceilings on 1st floor
9’ ceilings on 2nd floor
European white oak plain sawn wide plank floors
Natural gas fireplace
Custom Italian kitchen designed by Spectrum
White high gloss cabinetry and grey perused island
Quartz countertop and backsplash
Sub zero/Bosch appliances
Wolf 6 Burner 36” Gas range
Undercounter wine refrigerator
Dolomite Bianco – 12” x 24” – Honed Finish bathroom walls
Dolomite Bianco – Picket Pattern – Honed Finish bathroom floors
Rohl polished chrome fixtures
Two Graceline U-Spout Widespread Bathroom Faucets
Thermostatic valve, volume control and 4-Port Dedicated Diverter with metal lever Handle, 10” Elios Round Rain showerhead, 16” wall mount shower arm.
Floor Mounted Pillar Tub Filler
Double Vanity Base
Stone Countertops with backsplash
Two Roburn inset medicine cabinets
White Italian porcelain tile floors
Rohl Lombardia polished chrome fixtures
Single vanity base with porcelain sink
Stone Forest Harbor Washbasin in Carrara Marble with polished chrome Harbor Vanity
Brizo Kintsu Widespread Lavatory Faucet with Widespread Lavatory Knob Handle Kit Polished Chrome
Toto Aquia toilet
Located between Southampton and Bridgehampton, Water Mill has the distinction of being the only town on Long Island with both a watermill and a windmill. The 17th century grist mill from which Water Mill takes its name is still maintained as a museum and is emblematic of this hamlet’s quaint character. More relaxed then its neighbors to the west and east, Water Mill has a strong, cohesive sense of community. The historic Community House is the site of meetings and events. The Water Mill Community Club sponsors suppers, social events and recreational programs for all members of the community.
The small commercial district along Montauk Highway includes several restaurants and shops, an art gallery, organic farmstand, coffee roaster and other businesses. A small market operated by one of the area’s oldest farming families sells local peaches, pears, apples, cider and other products.
Recreational opportunities abound here—horseback riding, golf, boating and sailing and fishing are all popular. In cold enough winters ice boats can be seen speeding across the frozen bays. In summer, Flying Point Beach, a small but beautiful ocean beach, is less crowded than other beaches in Southampton Town because only seasonal, not daily, passes are available.
The arts also have a vibrant presence in Water Mill. The Parrish Art Museum, which focuses on American art, especially the work of local artists, relocated from Southampton Village to new, larger quarters in an award-winning new building in Water Mill and presents a dynamic series of temporary exhibits in addition to its permanent collection, along with concerts, classes, children’s camps and other events. The Watermill Center, founded by renowned theater and visual artist Robert Wilson, is, as described on its website, “a laboratory of inspiration and performance…which provides a unique environment for a global community of emerging and established artists and thinkers to gather and explore new ideas.” Exhibitions, talks, performances and other events are presented there throughout the year.
Hampton Coffee: 0.2 Miles
Bistro Ete: 0.3 Miles
Suki Zuki: 0.3 Miles
Kissaki: 0.3 Miles
The Kitchen: 0.3 Miles
Calissa: 0.5 Miles
Flying Point Beach: 2.3 Miles
Fowlers Beach: 2.4 Miles
Ocean Road Beach: 4.1 Miles
Scott Cameron Beach: 5.2 Miles
Hampton Jitney Stop: 0.1 Miles
Hampton Luxury Liner Stop: 0.1 Miles
LIRR-Southampton: 3.0 Miles
Soul Cycle: 0.2 Miles
Core Dynamics Gym: 0.2 Miles
Tracy Anderson Studio: 0.3 Miles
Water Mill Pilates: 0.3 Miles
Southampton Gym: 2.4 Miles
HEALTH & GROCERY
Provisions: 0.3 Miles
Green Thumb Organic: 0.3 Miles
King Kullen: 2.5 Miles
Citarella Market: 2.7 Miles
CVS Pharmacy: 2.9 Miles
Tesla Supercharger: 0.2 Miles
Wine and Spirits: 0.2 Miles
Village Cleaners: 0.2 Miles
Bow Tie Pet Club: 0.4 Miles
Post Office: 0.4 Miles
Stony Brook Southampton: 2.7 Miles
NYU Langone Health: 2.9 Miles
Southampton Club: 4.4 Miles
Shinnecock Hills: 5.6 Miles
Sebonack: 6.8 Miles
National Links: 6.9 Miles
Community Park/Tennis: 0.1 Miles
Agawam Park: 3.4 Miles
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Monthly condo association fees range from $844 – $1,275 and they cover lawn maintenance, snow removal, garbage removal, pool and clubhouse maintenance.
2. The expected yearly property taxes are approximately $3,900.00.
3. Pets are allowed.
4. Basements will be delivered unfinished with a concrete floor. There are walls that separate the mechanical areas from areas that can be finished at buyers cost and by separate agreement between the buyer and the builders. There can never be a bedroom or a bathroom in the basement.
5. Backyards will be fenced with a four to six foot fence and landscaping, and will have an access gate for the landscaper, a stone patio, and a gas hookup for a BBQ.
6. Soundproofing has been carefully thought about and the company SoundSense has been contracted to add additional soundproofing in between the units.
7. There are four community benefit C units that will be purchased off market in a lottery . The applicant must live and work in Southampton Town. They can not sell or flip the property and they can not rent it.
8. There are three models that have an elevator option. These are the B2, B3 and the A1 units.
9. Rentals are allowed and a conservative market assumption is $125K-$150K for summer or year round.
10. Ceiling heights: 10’ first floor, 9’ second floor, and 8’ basement.
DEVELOPERS – JS SQUARED
JS Squared, is a multi-disciplined real estate development company that places a premium on quality and design. James Stanton and Jeffrey Suchman, the principals, have decades of experience in the industry. They invest considerable time and attention to achieve distinctive, functional residential developments.
JS2 encourages innovative solutions by creating bespoke, environmentally mindful homes that enrich the lives of its residents. Thorough planning and rigorous oversight is evident in every phase of their development process, which ensures not only a project’s success, but maximizes value for its buyers.
James Stanton is President of the World Wide Group and its affiliate companies. Mr. Stanton’s most renowned developments include 252 East 57th Street, a 700-plus-foot-tall, mixed-use development on Manhattan’s Billionaire’s Row, 255 East 74th Street condominium, The Milan condominium, 300 East 55th Street, QLIC and Luna luxury rentals, in Long Island City. He has also converted over two million square feet of commercial space into premium residential properties. Mr. Stanton is a founder of the Elmaleh Stanton Squash Center, a public athletic facility in South Hampton, New York.
Jeffrey Suchman, President of the Suchman Group, has over 35 years of experience partnering with many of New York City’s most prolific developers of luxury real estate. He has been instrumental in sourcing development opportunities and structuring creative joint-venture prospects in Manhattan for The Related Companies, developers of Hudson Yards, Superior Ink, The Caledonia, The Harrison, and The Brompton. Recently, Mr. Suchman has designed and developed a 13,000-square-foot retail building in East Hampton, where CVS Health is a tenant.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BY MCDONOUGH & CONROY
INTERIOR DESIGN BY MABLEY HANDLER
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
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