In the heart of everything, yet removed from it all. Located just off of famed Newtown Lane on little known circle of charming old homes, this circa 1920's Art & Crafts home is only three blocks from the train station and an easy stroll to all East Hampton Village has to offer. Yet, even with such convenient access, the property backs up to 500 acres of agricultural reserve giving the best of both worlds..in-town living with pastoral views!
Recently completed renovation and expansion, including brand new eat-in country kitchen; summer kitchen and entertainment kitchen.; 7 bathrooms; 6 charming bedrooms; living room / dining room with fireplace; full laundry; heated gunnite pool with antique brick patio, downstairs game room with Wii, Pool Table, Wet Bar, and Home Theater, huge first floor family room opening to Pool. The approximately 5800 square feet of living space is decorated with wonderful antiques, nautical items, and art..
Step Back into Old East Hampton: Simply a quintessential East Hampton Village home to let you step back in time and relax among the perennials and mature shade trees...play pool in the game room, and swim next to the endless farm fields...or ride your bike to any of East Hampton's world class beaches.
Bring the Kids and Pets: This house is totally private, secluded and with plenty of yard and abutting fields to run around in. we are well hidden away down a private lane far from any traffic...full safety for kids and pets to play! Plus, the back yard is fully fenced and securely gated.
Stroll into town...or even enjoy New York City: Put the doggies on their leashes and stroll into East Hampton Village for coffee or lunch; and if you're from far away and have the urge, walk three blocks to the Long Island Rail Road and in 90 minutes you'll find yourself smack in the middle of New York City...take in a museum, the park, a play and dinner, and hop the night train back to East Hampton.
If you want more than to chill out at home and barbecue, or go to some of the top rated beaches in the world, then there is always shopping and dining out in world class restaurants.
Beyond that, take your pick: mountain biking on miles upon miles of scenic nature preserve trails, antiquing, sport fishing, surfing, kayaking, canoeing, jet-skiing, classic car shows, music, theater, social benefits...you name it, we got it...except no roller coasters or cotton candy!
Other Activities: mountain biking in Hither Hills State Park; Surfing in uber-cool Montauk; Horseback riding on miles of pristine trails and deserted beaches; walking the beach with my dogs; walking the doggies into town for morning coffee; water skiing on the bay; poking around the antiques shops of Sag Harbor; sunset at the Wolfer Winery
Golf: If you're a golfer, take in our local public course, Poxabogue, or head out to Montauk for Montauk Downs State Park's course...and it's breathtaking ocean views.
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Late Fall - Winter- Spring
Nov 1 2013 - May 22 2014
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.