Founded by Harry de Leyer, storied trainer of the “80 Dollar Champion” horse Snowman, this 15 +/- acre functional horse farm located minutes from East Hampton Village features a central stable with 50 10x12 foot stalls, 100x200 foot sand and rubber indoor riding ring with viewing lounge, two outdoor riding rings measuring 220x200 feet and 120x200 feet, and a 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with heated pool. With a practical design that places the wash stalls, feed storage, tack room, and indoor ring under one roof with broad, airy aisles, equines and equestrians enjoy comfort and convenience in any season. The charming 4700 square foot renovated barn home has original beams, soaring ceilings and an open living/ dining/ kitchen layout with a double-sided brick fireplace. Sliding French doors lead to extensive decking and heated pool with views of pasture. Upstairs, the master has a walk-in closet and bath with Jacuzzi tub and double vanity. A viable horse property with a special history.
Originally dubbed Maidstone by the Puritans who settled in 1648, East Hampton's Main Street and tree-lined lanes are dotted with preserved homes spanning several eras and styles. Soak up the old world charm with a meal at 1770 House, on the links at the Maidstone Club, or visit Guild Hall. The Pollock Krasner House is a hallmark of the art scene. Don’t forget the beaches- Main, Georgica, Wiborg, Egypt Lane, and Two Mile Hollow.
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014 (Village): $6,053,601
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $1,009,468
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Living room
DON'T MISS: Guild Hall
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