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Real Estate Showcase - The Hamptons and The East End

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GRAND SHINGLE STYLE
IN HIGH COUNTRY

Glorious farm views await the owner of this uniquely private, 6,800sf shingle-style home in Bridgehampton, set on 5.5 acres. Its grand entryway leads to a main floor of exceptionally versatile layout, while the upstairs contains an extensive master suite and several en-suite guest/family bedrooms. The house has several fireplaces, a wonderful dining porch in the back, and a three-car garage - plus it’s fully furnished, ready for move-in. Outside, there’s a heated pool, a man-made pond, and plenty of room for a tennis court and accessory structures.

“You’ll have a quiet, farm-like setting, with a long private drive and a preserved view corridor,” says Tim Davis, principal and managing director at Allan M. Schneider associates. “Plus, the surrounding properties are all four to five acres - you’ll have no close neighbors. The area has evolved wonderfully in the past few years, so this home is ideal for a year-round residence - and great for a family.” $6.995 million.

TIM DAVIS | 631.283.7300 EXT. 11 | ALLAN M. SCHNEIDER ASSOCIATES

 
 
 
       

SPACIOUS ESTATE ON FURTHER LANE

This imposing but unpretentious creation sits on 5-plus acres in East Hampton, adjacent to a 45-acre reserve overlooking the ocean. The 8,000sf home, from Bruce Lifton and Jason Green of Lifton Custom Builders, contains 7 BRs and 10 bths, a wood-paneled library and a three-car garage. The master bedroom features his/her baths and a sitting room with fireplace. The spacious eat-in kitchen is attached to a lovely morning room. Step out and you’ll find more than 1,000 sf of stone patios and decks, a tennis court and heated pool.

“Further Lane is a premier location,” says Harald Grant, senior broker at Sotheby’s International Realty. “Large lots in this area usually have other homes around them. This property is unique for its seclusion. You have the best of both worlds. There’s complete privacy - or you can take part in the faster-paced, more upbeat social life of the Hamptons. The price is $13.95 million - very reasonable considering the size and location.”

HARALD GRANT | 631.283.0600 | SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

     
   
     
   
        SECLUDED SPLENDOR
EAST HAMPTON STYLE


This classically styled, 5300sf home is equally ideal for a growing family or a couple that loves to entertain. It’s adaptable as a 5 or 6BR, depending on your needs, with 6.5 baths. The first-floor master bedroom has a fireplace, as does the spacious living room. There’s a fully equipped gourmet kitchen with large granite center island. Brazilian walnut flooring adds to the polished beauty of the interior. The vast, extensively landscaped backyard includes a heated gunite pool and bluestone patios. The property offers exceptional privacy on a quiet, tree-lined street, three minutes from East Hampton town and six minutes from the ocean.

“Long-term, this is a great location,” says Tyler Mattson, sales associate at Prudential Douglas Elliman. “Some neighborhoods nearby have topped out price-wise, but here you still have room for some natural appreciation in price. You don’t have any of that busy village feeling - there’s little traffic. It’s a great area for kids.” $2.795 million.

TYLER MATTSON | 631.329.9400 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE
     
       
         
“The Hamptons is still a seller’s market,” says Vicky Reynolds, managing partner at Norma Reynolds | Sotheby’s International Realty. “You can buy a home in the West Hampton Beach/Quogue area, fix it up, turn it in two years, and repeat, each time with more equity in a better location.”  


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