|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
SUMMER: A MINIMUM OF 7 NIGHTS IS REQUIRED
Especially charming, large 1920's home in the heart of East Hampton village. Mediterranean blue-gray heated gunite pool with adjoining brick patio and hot tub. Lounge chairs and umbrellas, direct sunlight all day. The house is cheerful and comfortable, with tasteful country antiques and farmhouse furnishings. Very suitable for families, or couples who want guests (no group rentals, however). Beautiful garden and patio furniture provided. Outdoor shower next to the pool and hot tub.
One and a half blocks to gourmet food and vegetable shops for morning coffee, newspaper, prepared food, and groceries. Two blocks to village center, including Jitney stops, train station (with transportation to New York City) and movie theatre. Less than 1 mile to ocean beach. Bicycles available. Main Street location allows walking or biking everywhere. Backyard completely fenced in. Will consider pets on a case by case basis.
Cozy and comfortable for fall and winter rentals: large living room fireplace, large cook's kitchen with restaurant stove, lovely dining room for family gathering, century old trees on the property. Roomy bedrooms with new mattresses (5th bedroom maid's room size, though). All bedrooms have an individual bathroom and some bathrooms with original clawfoot tubs from the 20's. Extensive library and great spots for reading as well tv/dvd viewing (tv in living room and 2 bedrooms).
John (pictured, with Ruggles at Egypt Beach, East Hampton) and Cecilia Ford, purchased this house in 1995. It has had only 2 previous owners since it was built in 1927.
The Owner purchased this house in 1995
It's very close to the village, the beach, and is spacious and cheerful.
You can walk there from the village, jitney, train station, etc.
Tastefully furnished and decorated with many one of a kind country antiques.
This is our 4th year back at this house. It seems to work
well for everyone in the family. The teenagers love being able to walk or bike to town and their beach—so do the adults. Not needing to drive everywhere is great. The little kids like the hot-tub near the pool—it’s like a private pool to them. I enjoyed the great kitchen and the comfortable beds. Also, lying next to the pool in the hammock.
Thanks—we’ll be back next year!
This was our first trip to the Hamptons from CA and we had a great time in this home. The kitchen is well stocked, the dining room was great for groups, and the pool/Jacuzzi were amazing. Everything is a close walk and the car that comes with the house is perfect for exploring the hamptons. The owners were very responsive, flexible and accommodating.
As soon as I walked in the door I felt at home. The beautiful rustic antiques and folk art looked like what I'd want in my own home. Each room is flooded with light at some time of the day and the sun porch has windows on 3 sides so it's always cheery. The huge couches in the living room facing a roaring fire are the perfect place to be on a chilly day. As a former professional chef, I found the kitchen stocked with everything needed for a fine meal. When we didn't want to cook, it was a short walk to Citarella. Our stay was in the early spring so we weren't able to try out the pool. The internet was fast, the property clean and the owners were incredibly helpful when we had some difficulty finding the house. I have recommended this property to friends and family.
I rented this home with a group of friends for about 2 months during the summer of 2012. The house is charming and well-maintained, with a lovely pool and backyard. Its proximity to the town of East Hampton (about 8 minutes' walk time to the main street) cannot be beat. The inclusion of a car with an East Hampton beach sticker was also tremendously valuable. All bedrooms were well air-conditioned, the kitchen well-appointed, and the living spaces were comfortable and inviting. The owners were tremendously helpful and communicative from start to finish. All in all, a wonderful experience!
This house is delightful and besides being very well-
located, is well-appointed and comfortable in many ways
that rental houses are usually not. The furnishings are all
attractive and pleasant; the linens and towels are nice; there
are plenty of dishes, pots, pans, etc. In fact, the kitchen is
great—the restaurant stove is a treat. The overall effect
is of a very comfortable, welcoming, environment, that’s
not too personal, but not impersonal (i.e. hotel-like) either.
It’s got taste and style, but there aren’t a lot of the owners’
personal stuff around (except lots of great books—adult
Anyway. We were delighted because we have rented some
houses that looked great on the outside or well located well,
but inside the furniture, paintings or bedspreads were so
ugly that it was a drag. Also, the house has great light.
The pool is particularly nice—it’s gunite, not plastic, and
looks almost Mediterranean—again, there’s a level of taste
here that you don’t often get. So though the house is more
old-fashioned than some (e.g. claw-foot tubs, though some
bathrooms are have showers, and there’s a great outdoor
shower), the owners seem to have made the most of the
vintage they were working with (1920’s? 30’s).
Definitely would work well for families and groups of
friends- or holidays. Like I said, lots of dishes, etc. and a
big dining room.
An added bonus: the owners are really nice, responsive,
and friendly. We had no problems, but whenever we had
questions, they were on it very quickly, and things moved
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jul 6 2015 - Jul 31 2015
7 night minimum stay
Aug 1 2015 - Sep 7 2015
7 night minimum stay
Sep 8 2015 - Oct 31 2015
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
|Notes||payment in full in advance by check or money order|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.