By Emily Smith

WESTHAMPTON, N.Y. (CBS 2) — In the latest edition of Living Large, CBS 2 reporter Emily Smith takes us inside a $10 million Westhampton Beach house.

The dramatic dune road house defies the term beach house. It is 6,000 square feet of contemporary living, stilts raise it high above sea level to give unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Straight through the foyer are massive slanted glass walls, which draw you in to spectacular ocean and pool views off of the living room. The infinity edge pool looks like it’s spilling into the dunes and you can see and hear the ocean, which is just feet away.

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His and hers bathrooms can be found on each side of the master bedroom and even have ocean views from the shower.

The home has wide hallways, an open dining room and a spacious kitchen. Off of a wood-paneled wall in the entryway are a few hidden doors leading to one of 9 bathrooms.

For the full tour, watch the video:

Comments (5)
  1. Natalie says:

    I don’t think that I’ll be able to watch Emily Smith without feeling nauseous, I can’t believe that we sit back and watch this play out on during the daily news cast, while we are just trying to stay abreast of what’s happening and have this indignity smeared across our screens. Living Large? Who’s Living Large? We’re Struggling to Stay Afloat? How’s that for a segment? How dare you? We know that you really don’t care about the unemployed or the displaced or the people who don’t have basic insurance unless it accepts your ratings! This is really low! You need to reevaluate! Poor timing? Poor judgement? I don’t think so. You really don’t care!

  2. Sharon says:

    Ditto Emily. CBS has some nerve. They need to focus on some of the poor unfortunate souls who have lost their homes. They have some nerve!

  3. Dom says:

    So why aren’t the Verizon union guys on strike [the guys in the red t-shirts] picketing outside this house where their CEO spends his summer?

  4. John H. Beach says:

    You report that this WestHampton home is sitting high above sea level, to be 2100feet to be exact. What?!

    Jayne’s Hill (also known as High Hill, West Hills, Oakley’s Hill, and Janes Hill) is the highest point on New York’s Long Island, with an elevation of between 387 feet (118 m) and 400.9 feet (122.2 m) above sea level. It is situated on the Harbor Hill Terminal moraine that makes up the northern spine of Long Island[1] in West Hills County Park in Suffolk County, a little more than a mile to the north of Melville.

    So based on 410″ less 2100′ and 10′ a floor, this house would have to be over 169 floors high to be 2100′ above sea level.

    Did you mean about 1/2 mile from the ocean?? No…………….

  5. Mary Ellen Robillard says:

    Seriously?? During this time of our failing economy, people losing homes and jobs, you at CBS choose to air a seriies called “LIVING LARGE”. Really?? I have been a loyal viewer for years but am currently questioning your judgement and empathy for the many people affected during these hard times. I for one, am not interested in hearing about homes selling for 10 million on the news. Shame on you for this poor timing.

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