The Latch | Southampton Village
The Latch sold out within a year and received prestigious awards from the National Association of Home Builders — the Gold Award for Under 100 Single Family Units and the Platinum Award for Historic Preservation — as well as the Vision Long Island Smart Growth Award and Long Island Business News Architecture & Real Estate Award for Historic Redevelopment. Located on Hill Street in Southampton Village, Beechwood 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 a single-family home on its own private acre. New structures sited behind the historic buildings, with exteriors designed by architects James McMullan of Fleetwood & McMullan and Jason Poremba of Jason Thomas Architect, include four villa residences, 13 townhomes each with a one-car garage, and a clubhouse with high-end fitness center and outdoor pool. Prices ranged from $1.8 – $2.6 million for Villa residences and from $3.2 – $4+ million for Townhomes. The restored Terry Cottage sold for $6.5 million.