Feet from the hallowed links of the Maidstone Club and less than a mile from Egypt Beach, a private 2-acre compound unfolds at the end of a long gated drive on East Hampton's famed Egypt Lane. The 6 bedroom, 7.5 bath main house, designed by Alexander Gorlin, offers an open layout of gracious main rooms leading to broad verandas and beautifully landscaped grounds with heated gunite pool, and Har-tru tennis court with a 30 foot pillared pergola. A double height paneled foyer opens to palatial living room, formal dining room, and newly renovated chef's kitchen with family room and fireplace. A guest suite with library complete the main floor. Second floor has master suite with sitting area overlooking grounds and three guest bedrooms with baths en suite. Brand new walkout finished lower level has an open recreation room with wet bar, media area, and plenty of space for exercise equipment and games; separate theater; sitting room; and bath. Tucked away from the main house is a charming 1,700 s/f guest house with its own patio and gardens. The guest cottage with full kitchen was originally located on Main Street in the early 1900s. Total interior space: 7500 +/- square feet; built out lower level adds another 1500 +/- square feet. This property offers a rare combination of grandfathered structures, hundred year old trees, and close proximity to shops, restaurants and ocean beaches.
The Hamptons may be internationally renowned as a playground for the rich and famous, but there’s so much more to this striking region on the eastern end of Long Island, New York than parties and polo within Gatsby-esque luxury homes. For starters, while the sidewalks of the hamlets and villages that make up the area collectively known as The Hamptons are often teeming with a who’s who of bold-face names and C-suite executives, the beaches are the real stars here.Read more about luxury homes in The Hamptons And Northfork