Kate Spade’s Enchanted Art Village Price Chopped

Before designer Kate Spade made it her summer home, this estate was a boardinghouse for the William Merrit Chase's Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art. And, now it's on the market for $4.75 after being chopped from $5.45 million, reports Curbed.

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Before designer Kate Spade made it her summer home, this estate was a boardinghouse for the William Merrit Chase's Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art. And, now it's on the market for $4.75 after being chopped from $5.45 million, reports Curbed.
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A view of the grand brick terrace overlooking the century old trees.
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Almost all of the Single-style cottages surrounding the original painting studio still exist.
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In its 120 years of magnificence, the estate saw the addition of a 1920s-era freestanding ballroom.
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Everywhere you look, the estate exudes romance.
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The main house offers three fireplaces.
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The main house also offers a formal dining room, a large eat-in kitchen, a family room, and three ample porches.
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Everything has been updated in keeping with the home's historical character.
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One of the eight enchanting bedrooms.
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On the estate, you'll also find a jewel box studio cottage, another one-bedroom staff residence and a two-car garage.
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One of the six bathrooms.
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