Outstanding six +/- acre property with 500 +/- ft direct waterfront and dock on Mecox Bay, this elegant estate is approached down a gravel drive to a four-story windmill that stands between its two private entry gates. Wide manicured lawns with mature trees lead to the primary, seven-bedroom Georgian-style 1900s residence and open expanse of waterfront on the bay. Designed originally by architect, W.E. Brady, the house retains many of the original features: the ornamental columns, pediments, balusters, wainscoting, lead pane windows, and steam radiators. Covered verandahs and decks across two stories present views of the pool, flowering gardens, and bay front. Opposite the ivy-covered brick-walled all-weather tennis court, a five-bedroom, 4.5 bath complete guest house is sited next to the separate two-car garage. The myriad spaces and places across this estate are ready-made for once-in-a-lifetime experiences and memories.
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