Radiant in Residential

Million-dollar mansion features radiant floor heating

Thu, 01/31/2013 - 15:59

A Southampton, New York, mansion is getting a lot of attention for its beautiful details and luxury features. Southampton Patch reports that the New Meadowmere Place Mansion is currently on the market for $9 million. The custom-built property in Southhampton Village's estate section has decreased in cost by approximately $2,500,000 recently. The gambrel-styled property has been listed as for sale for the past 12 months. 
Covering approximately 8,500 square feet, the house features nine full bathrooms and two partial bathrooms, five guest bedrooms and a master suite with its own private deck that faces the ocean. 
"The entry hall with wide oak floors opens to living and family rooms, both with fireplaces, clerestory windows, and French doors opening to patio and deck," the listing states. "An adjoining chef's kitchen with marble counters is equipped with top appliances, eat-in dining area that opens outside, as well as a butler's pantry serving a formal dining room."
The news source reports that a radiant floor heating system was included on the lower level of the property. The warmth is designed to gently rise from the polished concrete floors and fill rooms like the in-house sauna. The efficient heating system is ideal for a property on the beach that requires a steady flow of warmth to sustain temperature levels in the cold winter months. Unlike a forced hot air system, radiant floor heating does not allow cold spots to develop or for a chill to take over the floors - regardless of what the temperature is outside. 
Potential homebuyers looking for a luxury-filled property in Southampton might want to consider checking out this beach-styled mansion. It could include the perfect blend of amenities and simplicity to sustain a relaxing atmosphere.