Just over a half mile to the Atlantic Ocean off one of Bridgehampton South's most desirable streets, this six-bedroom, 6,000 square foot mansard style home features a heated, gunite, salt water pool, detached 3-car garage, and room for tennis on a manicured and gated 1.4 acres. Charming dormers with oeil-de-boeuf “bull’s eye” windows, decorative quoins, and gorgeous cremone bolt doors evoke a French country estate. Soaring ceilings and walls of towering French doors with transom windows create an airy indoor outdoor flow. The home centers on a voluminous great room with an elegant stone hearth and sets of French doors leading to an al fresco dining patio overlooking the pool and immaculately landscaped grounds. Three substantial en suite bedrooms are located on the main level. The second level offers three bedrooms in the corner turrets and two recreation rooms, including a media room with projection display. Enjoy the stately home as is and profit from a reliable rental history or bring your vision for a development opportunity in a stellar location.
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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