The Latch sold out within a year and received 2 prestigious awards from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB); the Gold Award for Single Family Units under 100 and the Platinum Award for Historic Preservation, along with the Vision Long Island 2021 Smart Growth Award. Located on Historic Hill Street in Southampton Village, Beechwood Homes preserved and returned to its original grandeur the iconic main Latch building and adjacent Terry Cottage. Designed by Stanford White of McKim, Mead & White around the turn of the 20th century, the original 40 room Latch was converted to two townhomes, and the Terry Cottage remained as a single-family home. Sited behind the historic buildings are 4 villa residences, 13 townhomes each with a one car garage, and a clubhouse with high-end fitness center and outdoor pool. Exteriors of the new structures are designed by architects James McMullan of Fleetwood & McMullan and Jason Poremba of Jason Thomas Architect. Prices ranged from $1.8M to $2.6M for Villa residences, and from $3.2M to well over $4.0M for Townhomes. The restored Terry Cottage sold for $6.5M, and has it’s own private acre property.
Built in 2016 and appealing to those who wanted the same quality as Bishops Pond, but in a single-family home, Beechwood Homes acquired a wooded property that was part of the original land grant to the Biashop family in 1678. Designed with architect and Southampton native Jason Paremba of Jason Thomas, 4 traditional Southampton Village shingle style homes with a private entry were tucked into a quiet residential section on North Main Street, named Allen Court. These magnificent homes sold quickly. Featuring 7 bedrooms & 6.5 bathrooms on one-acre homesites with no details spared, these spacious homes included soaring ceilings, fully finished lower levels, pools, pergolas, balconies, lush landscaping, and stunning luxury finishes throughout.
Prices started at $4.5M.
Award winning Bishops Pond, Beechwood’s first Hamptons development began selling in 2013, is located off Magee Street in Southampton Village. The National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) honored Bishops Pond with three awards in 2015, including “best attached community of the year.” And Long Island Business News (LIBN) awarded Beechwood Homes with Developer of the Year and Top Residential Development for Bishops Pond. Per Steven Dubb, “Bishops Pond was created with a vision of what today’s second homebuyer values most–quality construction and finishes with first-class amenities for a resort-lifestyle.” 69 luxury Townhomes and Villas surround a sparkling pond, (with 10 more Townhomes added as “The Enclave of Bishops Pond”) sold out in record time. The resort lifestyle includes a private clubhouse with a state-of -the-art fitness center, tennis courts, pool with expansive decking, an outdoor fireplace, and concierge services. The shingled single and multi-level homes included spacious interiors with high end designer finishes throughout, patios, balconies, and a single car garage. Priced from $800,000 to well over a million for Villa residences and from $2-3 million for Townhomes.