Bucolic classic Hamptons home South of Highway in the desirable Wainscott lanes. Stunning location, beautiful greenery. Walk/bike through nearby estates and farms to the best ocean beach, local farmstands and wonderful seafood shop. Close to wineries, marinas and all that the Hamptons offer. Near Bridgehampton and East Hampton VIllages, Sag Harbor's historic whaling village and Georgica Pond.
The home is very nicely furnished with 4+ bedrooms including a lovely den/garden room and 2.5 baths. Open living/dining spaces, sitting areas, deck and hammock make this an enjoyable place to spend the summer or gorgeous fall. Private, beautifully landscaped with its own pond - this is a special place.
Walking distance to the Jitney, a short drive to LIRR train stations and a few hours' drive to Manhattan or New England.
Nearby golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, boating, water sports, fishing, theaters, museums, shopping, antiquing, fine dining, spas & more listed below.
**This beautiful and comfortable home with a large yard perfect for playing and entertaining has everything you need to enjoy a relaxing and luxurious getaway at the beach or unwinding at home - just bring your swim suit and toothbrush!
BBQ; all utensils to cook in recently updated kitchen; bikes; boogie boards; beach towels and chairs; outdoor shower; croquet and other lawn games and toys; tree swing; 2 TVs w/ cable including HBO; DVD player; library of movies; stereo; books; games; puzzles; wireless internet; washer/dryer; central a/c; linens; and more.
**Here are more nearby things to see and do from time to time, to experience a true Hamptons get-away:
The aquarium; a bird sanctuary; a children's museum; art museums, galleries and shows; nature preserves/conservancies; playgrounds and ball fields; public gardens; historic landmarks; several nearby Hamptons wineries; libraries; outlet shopping; beach bonfires/bbq's; surfing/surfing lessons; the private jets at the executive airports; small plane and helicopter tours; winery tours; outdoor concerts; antique shows; classic and luxury auto shows; historic and celebrity homes; the Hampton Classic horse show in August; the local Indian tribe festival in September; the Hamptons Film Festival in October; local home and artist studio tours; mini-golf; driving ranges; bowling; first-run and classic movie theaters; performing arts theaters and spaces; a collegiate baseball league; nightlife; seasonal strawberry, apple, blueberry and pumpkin picking; corn mazes in the fall; plenty of regular grocery and gourmet/organic food and similar stores close by (including a 'pop-up' Whole Foods, the best seafood shop, bagel shop, pizza place, wine shop and bakeries within a short lovely walk); and many local social and charity events/festivals open to the public throughout the summer and fall. All within a couple hours from Manhattan.
Also it's an easy and scenic drive to explore the other wine country in the North Fork of Long Island, or take the ferry to tour Connecticut and New England.
**It's easy to get to Wainscott from Manhattan or the NYC airports:
Long Island Railroad train stations are close by, the stop for the Jitney (bus) to/from Manhattan and nearby Village stops is a short walk from the house. A Hertz car rental outlet is 10 minutes away in the local executive airport; and nearby commercial airports at MacArthur/Islip (45 - 60 minutes), JFK and LaGuardia (2 - 3 hours). Local cabs and car services are easy to call.
Located South of the Highway in the lanes of Wainscott and near the Villages of East Hampton, Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor. Stunning landscaped location with pond and greenery. In addition the location offers extremely close proximity to the ocean beaches; Georgica Pond; local farm stands, wineries and marinas; the Jitney as well as the Long Island Railroad; and all that the Hamptons has to offer. Only a short couple hours' drive to Manhattan or New England.