Conveniently located in Bridgehampton's horse country, this recently renovated 4 bedroom modern has stunning interiors highlighted in the Wall Street Journal's House of the Day feature. Exquisite landscaping creates a private oasis with heated gunite pool and spa, half-court basketball, BBQ, and a 1,200 square foot mahogany deck adorned with Janus et Cie outdoor furniture including a dining table for 12. Five sets of French doors merge indoor and outdoor spaces, all draped in Sonos sound. A middle-hung door of paneled glass opens to the foyer partitioning the open living room and dining space with the fireplace and mantle of black, mirrored tiles. The kitchen has open shelving with sliding glass panels, island seating, and access to the rear deck and grounds for al fresco dining. A charming sitting room with coffered ceiling gives way to the voluminous master with a wall of glass and transom windows for full light. The master bath has a separate shower and stainless steel tub with floating glass tile wall and skylight. Three additional bedrooms complete this immaculate designer gem.
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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