On a gated, beautifully landscaped acre on Bridgehampton’s coveted Lumber Lane, this bright 6 bedroom shingled home thoughtfully merges modern sensibilities with country charm. The home centers on an open, marble kitchen with island seating, gracious coffered ceiling dining room, and expansive screened porch with transom windows, herringbone brick floor and space for seating and dining areas. Past a wide entry flanked by butler’s pantry and powder room, steps lead down to the great room with a pair of French doors opening to heated, gunite pool and pool house with half bath and outdoor shower. The voluminous great room has fireplace, paned windows, and transom windows for beautiful light. A den and guest suite complete the main level. Upstairs has an airy landing with four en suite bedrooms including the master. Ample finished lower level has living room, gym, bedroom, full and half bath. Two-car garage. An enchanting setting and lovely indoor outdoor flow set this home apart.
Named for the bridge built across Sagg Pond in 1686 by Ezekiel Sandford, Bridgehampton is known for horse farms, auto racing, and its very own soil classification, the Bridgehampton loam. Equestrians delight in the Hampton Classic horse show and gearheads pay homage to the legendary track with the Bridgehampton Antique Car Road Ralley. After hitting the beach, sip at Channing Daughters Winery, play a round at the Atlantic Golf Club, or visit Mecox Bay Dairy for artisanal cheese and fresh milk.
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $3,716,889
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Topping Rose House
DON'T MISS: Mecox Bay Dairy
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