NEW KDHamptons Featured Property: A 1930′s East Hampton Architectural Landmark Hits The Market

Posted on Mar 11, 2015

Like most Hamptonites, KDHamptons loves to  pour over pictures of haute Hamptons homes ~ whether it’s a magnificent  mansion on Meadow Lane, a perfect Sag Harbor whaling cottage, or a  Victorian farmhouse in Water Mill. The Hamptons real estate market has rebounded with a boom,  so if you happen to be on the hunt for the quintessential Hamptons  estate, you are in luck. Check out one of the most extraordinary iconic East Hampton estates available on the East End now….

This great stone house on 5.5 park-like acres sits on a tree lined village street set back behind a high hedge. Originally designed by the architectural firm Wyeth and King and built in the late 1930′s for one of East Hampton’s most prominent residents Robert Lion Gardiner. This stunning residence and surrounding property have been meticulously refitted and restored during a five year renovation. Exceptional details and superb elements make this a livable home in a sensational location within walking distance to the village center and close proximity to the ocean. Already boasting 10,000 square feet, there’s room to expand with additional outbuildings, tennis court, greenhouse, etc. Check out the photos below of this very special offering.

Fast Facts: Bedrooms: 10 Bathrooms: 8.5 Stories: 2 Approx. Sq. Ft: 10,000 Acreage: 5.5 Year Built: 1940

Heated pool Tennis Central air Eat-in kitchen Formal dining room Library Media room Pool/guest house


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