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JIM OXNAM
BROWN HARRIS STEVENS
516.885.8578
  AN ORIGINAL MASTERPIECE


Oceanfront homes on the East End carry a charm and beauty not easily matched. One with a heated gunite pool that faces the Atlantic is rare indeed.
Nestled in the Napeague Dunes in Amagansett, this two-story contemporary home has 100-ft of ocean frontage. The back of the house faces Napeague Harbor. It is one of only six houses on Dunes Lane, surrounded by Napeague State Park, which means no other houses can be built in this area.
Along with 4 BRs and 5.5 bths, the house features a poolside media room, exercise room, and wine cellar. Decks off the living room and master bedroom promise plenty of nights of stargazing.
Jim Oxnam, the listing broker at Brown Harris Stevens, says the house is being sold for $11.5 million by the original owners. “More and more of their time is being spent in Southampton community affairs, which is why they are selling,” he says.


 
   
     
       
         

BOATER’S DREAM
The private dock at the back of this $1.625 million home in East Hampton leads directly out to beautiful Gardiners Bay. From there, a boat trip to Sag Harbor is a mere 15 minutes. Dinner in Montauk? You can be there in less than an hour. For folks looking to dock something a little bigger, the house is part of a community with its own private marina.
The house, which was built in the 1970s, was completely redone by the current owner three years ago. The four-bedroom home features four baths—all with handpicked marble and architectural fixtures. A glass-blocked and mirrored gym, sauna and steam room will accommodate even the most dedicated athlete. And an outdoor hot tub will soothe overworked muscles.
On the main level, a built-in mahogany aquarium acts as an open and airy room divider—not to mention a conversation piece. Once outside, the half-acre property is meticulously landscaped with custom plants designed for privacy and low maintenance.

 
 
  KAREN BENVENUTO
HAMPTONS REALTY GROUP
631.324.3111, ext. 11
   
 

BOATER’S DREAM
The private dock at the back of this $1.625 million home in East Hampton leads directly out to beautiful Gardiners Bay. From there, a boat trip to Sag Harbor is a mere 15 minutes. Dinner in Montauk? You can be there in less than an hour. For folks looking to dock something a little bigger, the house is part of a community with its own private marina.
The house, which was built in the 1970s, was completely redone by the current owner three years ago. The four-bedroom home features four baths—all with handpicked marble and architectural fixtures. A glass-blocked and mirrored gym, sauna and steam room will accommodate even the most dedicated athlete. And an outdoor hot tub will soothe overworked muscles.
On the main level, a built-in mahogany aquarium acts as an open and airy room divider—not to mention a conversation piece. Once outside, the half-acre property is meticulously landscaped with custom plants designed for privacy and low maintenance.
   
  ELLIOT EPSTEIN
PRESTIGIOUS PROPERTIES
917.209.3196
   
   
 
    “There are really two markets in the Hamptons, one with houses priced around $1 million and under, and another that goes from about $2 million to $50 million,” says Diane Saatchi, senior vice president at the Corcoran Group. “Both are equally as robust right now. A nice house that’s listed for $750,000 sells before the ink is dry on the agreement.”  


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