Hampton Bays House Rental Photos and Description
Minimum Renter Age 25, No Proms Please, All prices include cleaning & taxes
Wide open sky, hot tub under the stars, outdoor shower, friendly personal home with funky antiques and new bathrooms - all on an open bay with 190 degree views. You can swim off the deck, go clamming, or drive a short distance to either Ocean or calm Bay beaches. Newly renovated chef's kitchen, all new memory foam beds. A new playroom with a pool table. Ping pong, beach games and kayaks for ages 16 and up. Nearby watersports include deep sea fishing excursions, local fishing (an easily obtainable license is required,) and jet ski rentals. There are many public golf courses, Several restaurants are within walking distance of the house - The Edgewater - Italian food with a view, The Riptide - On the Canal, watch boats and sunset go by, The Canal Cafe - famous for it's Lobster Roll and beautiful Marina, The Hampton Maid - Best breakfast in the Hamptons and a cute country setting. And that's just walking distance. A quarter mile away is the excellent Raw Bar at Meschutt Beach State Park, featuring live music every night (summer) and a full bar and outdoor restaurant, not to mention a fine sunset over the North Fork and it's islands.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
About Reggie Ollen
I grew up in Whitestone, New York and went to school at Fordham Prep and Columbia University. I work as a video engineer on commercials. My wife and I and our two boys live in Brooklyn.
Reggie Ollen purchased this house in 1998
Why Reggie Ollen chose Hampton Bays
I bought the house before I was married as a place my family could meet for holidays. It was also near to Hampton Bays where my sister had moved in the 1990's. Now that we have kids the house is again something new. We decided to shorten the deck and bring in 80 tons of clean sand to create a private beach above the real one four feet below the walkway in this picture of my son. We also ran a picket fence around the front yard to keep in our kids and our dog where we can see them. This year we renovated and heated the garage for a rainy day play room with a pool table. The house is always a work in progress but it is nearly all that we ever hoped it could be.
What makes this house unique
There is a magical feeling about the house, the nearness to the water. Waking up and having tea or coffee on the beach after an outdoor shower is always vacation to me. Having a small fire in the pit on the beach in the evening is another one of my favorite things to do with the kids.We go through a lot of marshmallows.