East Hampton House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms, Convertible sofa bed, 2 Bathroom, Outdoor Shower, Deck, Fireplace
Enchanted cottage on beautiful wooded 1/2 acre. Wake up to sunlight pouring though French glass doors and windows. Listen to birds singing throughout the day. Shower outdoors in the backyard.
The Springs of East Hampton is an old artists colony...previous residents include Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Willem de Kooning & Lou Reed...current residents include Laurie Anderson, Matthew Satz, Mercedes Ruehl, Kim Cattrall, Cindy Sherman and scores more. Southampton's artists include Steve Miller, Ross Bleckner, David Salle, Julian Schnabel, Donald Sultan, Chuck Close, April Gornick and Eric Fischl.
The cottage is located in Clearwater Beach a Homeowner's association in the Springs. Clearwater Beach is a family waterfront beach marina community on Hog Creek off of Gardiner's Bay. This pristine bay beach offers fantastic swimming with lifeguards, changing facilities, picnic tables, a playground and free parking. Bike to the local art exhibitions at Ashawagh Hall and grab a morning coffee at The Springs General Store. Stroll to Accabonac Harbor, a diverse tidal marsh system ideal for bird-watching, kayaking, clamming and gorgeous sunsets. Watch deer and wild turkeys romping through the woods. Take a short drive to East Hampton Village to shop in trendy stores and dine in wonderful restaurants.
And best of all, swim in the world famous ocean beaches lined with gorgeous dunes and white sand. Amenities include life guards, changing stations, refreshments and parking. A free shuttle runs continually through the day between the Village parking lots to the ocean beaches. Here is a list of all of the Town of East Hampton beaches include:
*Big Albert’s Landing Beach, Albert’s Landing Road, Amagansett
*Little Albert’s Landing Beach, Albert’s Landing Road, Amagansett
*Barns Hole, Barns Hole Road, Amagansett
*Fresh Pond, Fresh Pond Road, Amagansett
*Lazy Point, Lazy Point Road, Amagansett
*Alewive Brook Landing, East Hampton
*Mile Hill, Mile Hill Road, East Hampton
*Old House Landing Road, East Hampton
*Sammy’s Beach, Sammy’s Beach Road, East Hampton
*Gerard Drive Park, Gerard Drive, Springs
*Maidstone Park Beach, Flaggy Hole Road, East Hampton
*Louse Point Beach, Louse Point Road, East Hampton
*Culloden Point, Montauk
*East Lake Beach (Gin Beach), East Lake Drive, Montauk
*Fort Pond Bay Park, Montauk
*Atlantic Avenue Beach, Atlantic Avenue, Amagansett
*Indian Wells Beach, Indian Wells Highway, Amagansett
*Napeague Lane, Amagansett
*Navahoe Road, Amagansett
*White Sands, Amagansett
*Beach Lane Beach, Beach Lane, Wainscott
*Town Line, Town Line Road, Wainscott
*Ditch Plains Beach, Ditch Plains Road, Montauk
*Edison Beach, Montauk
The Village of East Hampton Beaches include:
*Georgica Beach, Lily Pond Lane
*Main Beach, 101 Ocean Avenue
*Wiborg Beach, on the highway behind the pond
*Egypt Beach, Old Beach Lane
*Two Mile Hollow Beach, Two Mile Hollow Road
This property features everything one could ever want for a dream summer vacation.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair accessible
About Lee Solomon
Originally from the Midwest, I came to NYC over 30 years ago to pursue Art and Architecture. The cottage has become my opportunity to create a tranquil refuge from the urban life. For the past couple of years, the cottage has been in the process of being transformed into 'The Magic House'. And now, it is my pleasure to present this beautiful vacation property for summer rentals.
Lee Solomon purchased this house in 2007
Why Lee Solomon chose East Hampton
The cottage is special for the simplicity of the layout, the elegance in proportion and the north, south, east and west exposures for natural daylight. The location is situated among protected wetlands and nature preserves, bay area beaches and a long standing artist colony. The deer, turkeys, raccoons, rabbits, turtles and birds have made this area their home. At night, the moon and stars are especially bright, since there is no competition from street lights or traffic signals. A quarter of the lots in this neighborhood are undeveloped and are filled with native woodland species. Here you will find no sidewalks, streetlights and very few signs. All of this makes for tranquil country living in a first class beach resort town.
What makes this house unique
The biggest secret in East Hampton is the outstanding natural beauty to be enjoyed, in all of the four seasons. While the summer is famous for the ocean beaches; the winter is lovely with the peaceful nature preserves and the cozy fireplace, the spring is surprising for the variety of flowers and wildlife, and the fall is spectacular with the changing colors of the leaves. There is year round hiking, horseback riding, theater, shopping and fine dining.