Elegant and inviting dining room in Villa Maria with french doors, carpeted floor, white pendant light and a sofa

22,000 square feet, 11 bedrooms and so much more.  This home is called Villa Maria and it is located in Water Mill, NY.  The home is currently listed for $49.5 million dollars by Sotheby's International Realty.

The home was built as a private residence back in 1887.  After several different uses including a convent and a spirituality center, but then in 2005 was restored by 9 West founder Vincent Camuto and his wife Louise.

The home is an eclectic mix of architectural styles including incorporating elements of Beaux-Arts, Neoclassical and Colonial Revival.

Now this historic waterfront gem is on the market again for just under $50 million!

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Aerial view of Villa Maria - a $50 million dollar Water Mill, NY estate. (above)

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Front entrance (above)

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Foyer with winding staircase and ornate iron railing (above)

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Spiral staircase view (above)

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The expansive living room features details like the ornate carved ceilings and the marble fireplace. (above)

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White kitchen with Carrara marble counters and backsplash. (above)

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The master bedroom! (above)

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The master bathroom boasts a modern egg shaped marble tub right under a picture window. (above)

White living room in Villa Maria with dark wood floor, marble fireplace and white sofas with blue and white ikat print pillows

Aerial view of Villa Maria and it's grounds

I would be very happy at Villa Maria.  I would even take up tennis since the private court is so convenient.  Right?  What do you think of this luxurious home?  Would you take it or leave it if you had $50 million to spare?

Happy Tuesday!


Photos: Sotheby's; Architizer


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