In 2006, coach exec David Duplantis and Christopher Nordquist, founder of the site Domestic Daddy, spent $1.8M on an 1890s Southampton, N.Y., house that badly needed a gut overhaul. The task? Combine what was then three apartments into something more suitable for their family. Many millions in renovations later, the place emerged from the cocoon bananas beautiful, showing off its new look to the New York Times a couple of weeks ago. Apparently ready to part with their pristine pad—complete with a new pool and back porch surely designed for sipping "Summer in a Bottle" rosé from the nearby Wölffer Estate Vineyard—Duplantis and Nordquist have just hoisted it on the market for $3.95M. The four-bedroom home, perched on .41 acres, sports a nice mix of original and new details; the couple had the shingles and diamond-paned windows restored, for instance, and added crisp tongue-and-groove paneling to many of the interior walls and a dramatic maple-topped island to the kitchen. As for that baby-blue foyer: the color was decided upon, crowd-sourcing style, by Domestic Daddy readers.