East Hampton House Rental Photos and Description
Pastoral setting. Great house layout - sleeps 7. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths,
Country retreat near bay beaches, minutes north of Amagansett and East Hampton. Peaceful setting, 2-acre wooded lot, bordered by nature preserve, distant neighbors, large yard for outdoor fun.
Excellent summer house layout. Living area w/ hi ceilings, lots of windows, sliding glass doors to deck & patio. Bose sound system. Flat screen TV w/ Cable + Wi-Fi. Board games, card games, books, binoculars for bird watching. Cool quarry tile floor. Ceiling fan, solar shades, sailcloth curtains, mini-split AC unit for comfort as needed. Well-equipped, modern kitchen opens to dining area; clothes washer & dryer.
Master Bedroom (queen bed, private bath) on north side of house. Two smaller bedrooms down a hallway off the other side of the house, w/ 2 twin beds each (or can be configured as king beds), window ACs, and shared hall bathroom. Stairway up leads to large Family Room w/ hi ceiling, hardwood floors, lots of windows, deck, and half-bath (toilet + sink); room has ping-pong, cable TV, desk, large sitting area. Inflatable air mattress for “overflow” guests.
Outdoor shower. Adirondack chairs. BBQ grill. Patio w/ dining set. Teak picnic table w/ umbrella. Yard games (croquet, badminton, wiffle ball, and soccer). Two beach umbrellas and 4 Tommy Bahama beach chairs. Bed linen, bath towels, and beach towels provided.
It is just 1 mile — an easy 20-minute walk — out our driveway to the right to Louse point, with its family-friendly beaches on Acabonac Harbor and Gardiner’s Bay. The Jackson Pollock museum, Ashawagh Community Hall (w/ Saturday farmer’s market), and the General Store (a popular local meeting spot) are about 1 mile out our driveway to the left. Easy access to grocery shopping, restaurants, East Hampton shops, and all local attractions.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Cynthia Hogan
I grew up in NYC and my family spent the summer in the Hamptons. Our home has been in our family since 1980, and since my husband and I became the owners in 2006 we have completely renovated the house.
Cynthia Hogan purchased this house in 2006
Why Cynthia Hogan chose East Hampton
Our home is unique in that it is situated on a 2 acre, wooded property in East Hampton, and is very tranquil, yet we can walk to the beach.
What makes this house unique
We have an extended lawn on all 4 sides of the house, which provides plenty of room to stretch out and play croquet, to find a secluded hammock, or to sit on the patio and read a good book.