Shelter Island Heights property with 300 feet of waterfront and your own private boat basin.
There’s a lot to like at this $5.2 million 2.3-acre property overlooking Coecles Harbor in Shelter Island Heights.
Topping the list is 300 feet of waterfront and your own private boat basin. The property is also obviously greatly loved, and it looks like a lot of work went into the landscaping, which is quite lovely. Highlights include that protected docking area–picturesque and smart–the stone bordering around the waterscape, small waterfall, raised beds and berms, mature trees, colorful plantings and a well placed waterfront gazebo structure.
Waterfront views inside the 4,300-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath home on Lari Lane also look fairly extensive. And there looks to be at least three fireplaces, including one in (again, what looks to be) an expansive second-floor master suite with deck overlooking the water. Decks, wood flooring and a Florida-type room add to the appeal.
The $3.395 million .67-acre waterfront spot features enough dock to accommodate a 35-foot boat, beautiful bayscaping and charming canal views …
Waterfront living in Westhampton Beach isn’t quite the secret it once was, but there are still plenty of great properties by (or near, in this case) the sea.
If it’s gorgeous sunsets and a nice amount of water access you’re on the lookout for, then 15 Sandpiper Court might just be the property for you. The $3.395 million .67-acre waterfront spot features enough dock to accommodate a 35-foot boat, beautiful bayscaping and charming canal views, plus a waterfront heated pool, sizable yard with 124 feet of bulkheading, outdoor shower, brick patio and wisteria vine-covered pergola.
The 4,550-square-foot, circa-2005, custom-built home was designed with opportunities for views in mind. The contemporary shingle style features four bedrooms and four full-and-one-half baths, including en suite masters on the first and second floors; a pair of sun-drenched living rooms, each with fireplace; a three-season covered porch; and more. We particularly dig the deep soaking tub in what looks to be the master bath.
Here are three of our top Hamptons property picks with their own indoor pools.
It’s freezing outside, but that doesn’t mean that we have to stop swimming. Because here in the Hamptons, it is actually possible to have your pool and enjoy it in the winter too.
Here are three of our top property picks with their own indoor pools.
Topping the list at $27 million is 1860 Meadow Lane in Southampton. In addition to the fantastic atrium-encolsed oceanside swimming pool, the estate-section property also comes with 5 ares of land, awesome ocean and Shinnecock Bay views, 200 feet of protected Atlantic frontage, expansive seaside gardens and bayside tennis court.
The house itself, a circa-1988 6,200-square-foot modern with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths, has been renovated and updated. It, and all its various amenities, sits behind a private gated entrance. Represented by Tim Davis of The Corcoran Group.
Next up, at $15.495 million is 379 Captains Neck Lane, also in Southampton Village.
If you’re into serious fun, this could be place for you. There’s a lot going on at the 11,000-plus square-foot shingle-style home, which has a huge 65-foot-by-29-foot year-round pool with two lap lanes and a dual commercial dehumidification system, a 12-foot-by-12-foot negative-edge Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, gym and even an indoor basketball court.
The soon-to-be-constructed condos at West Water Street in Sag Harbor have us absolutely gobsmacked!
Given the amount of stunning luxury homes that we’ve been fortunate enough to visit and write about, it’s not often that we can say that we are truly blown away by something new. But we gotta say it now. Woweee! The soon-to-be-constructed condos at West Water Street in Sag Harbor have us absolutely gobsmacked!
Designed by J. Bialsky, the thoughtfully designed waterfront homes have it all, and then some. Priced in the $20-plus million neighborhood, and represented by Bespoke Real Estate, are four levels of fabulous luxe living all right in the heart of highly desirable Sag Harbor Village. Comprising three separate residences, the condos at 2 West Water Street offer luxury waterfront real estate at its best.
For the sake of brevity, we’ll use the details for 2 West Water Street Residence C, which comes with an approximate $23.5 million price tag. For the record, Residence A has already been sold. Residence B is still available. It’s slightly larger (seven bedrooms and eight baths) and is priced at approximately $24.5 million.
Back to Residence C, which features 11,058 square feet; two boat (ahem, yacht) slips; 250 feet of frontage; rooftop terrace with pool, plus other living-area terraces complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular views; 4-car underground parking, which is a big deal in Sag Harbor; expertly curated interiors; elevator; six bedrooms and six baths. In addition to the sweeping sunset views, residents will be able to (one day) enjoy the spoils of adjacent Steinbeck Park, which is being planned by renowned landscape architect Edmund Hollander.
The house is modern. The views are massive. And then there’s that pool.
The house is modern. The views are massive. And then there’s that pool. Nice.
Priced at $5.95 million, the half-acre property at 20 Cove Lane in Westhampton Beach offers new construction right on the water. Facing Moriches Bay, and across the road from the ocean, the property also comes with sandy beach rights, docking rights, deck space and a hot tub.
Inside, the 5,200-square-foot home features six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, lots of windows, an open floor plan with luxe finishes and (floating!) features, and a fireplace in the great room.
Newly listed and move-in ready, this $899,000 expanded ranch in East Quogue is cute as a button and filled with pizzaz.
Newly listed and move-in ready, this $899,000 expanded ranch in East Quogue is cute as a button and filled with pizzaz.
Located in the private beach community of Shinnecock Shores, the three-bedroom, two bath canal-front ranch makes the most of its quarter of an acre, with an 80-foot private bulkhead, dock, new IPE decking, pool, direct access to Tiana Bay and a private beach at the end of the street. That’s quite a lot!
Recently renovated and featuring an open floor plan, the 1,522-square-foot home features a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, a brand new kitchen, new bathrooms, a generator, full basement and tons of natural light. Eastern exposure gives it a nice orientation for sunrise over the canal. Represented by Bruce Davidson of The Corcoran Group.
Since it’s Cyber Monday, we thought it would be fun to share a few of the lowest-priced best homes (not condos) on the water on the East End.
Since it’s Cyber Monday, we thought it would be fun to share a few of the lowest-priced best homes (not condos) on the water on the East End. You know, just in case you want to make an impulse real estate buy today online. Enjoy!
Recently Renovated in Hampton Bays
This single-story ranch is on the canal and comes with its own dock, plus bulk heading, stone patio and fire pit, all on 3/10 of an acre. The 1,857-square-foot house has three bedrooms, two baths and is newly renovated. Listed with James Saladino and Jill Kandell of Compass. Priced at $549,000.
Mid-Century North Fork
Built in 1956, this three-bedroom canal-front ranch comes with 1.5 baths, a deepwater dock, bulk heading, an in-ground pool, freestanding hot tub and access to a private beach. Updated and with easy boat access to both the North and South Fork waterways, as well as to Shelter Island. Listed with Bridget Terry of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s for $579,000.
Getaway Cottage in Remsenburg
This 1,200-square-foot cutie packs a lot into a small space. A dream cottage on the water in Remsenburg, it affords the opportunities to watch the sun set from your patio deck, plus there’s a dock for your boat, bulkheading, a rose garden, utility shed, swing, and even a fireplace at the three-bedroom, one-bath home. Sited on almost a quarter of an acre. Listed with Bob Murray, Amanda Murray and Meredith Murray of The Corcoran Group for $875,000.
ay we’re featuring “Whitecaps” at 2040 Meadow Lane in Southampton, which boasts the claim of having “many celebrity guests over the years,” in its listing copy. We’re dying to know who! Anyone have 411 to share?
Today we’re featuring “Whitecaps” at 2040 Meadow Lane in Southampton, which boasts the claim of having “many celebrity guests over the years,” in its listing copy. We’re dying to know who! Anyone have 411 to share?
Back to the 3.7-acre, $21.95 million oceanfront property on prestigious Billionaire Lane–which is superclose to the Southampton Hospital Heliport and comes with current and former neighbors such as: hotel mogul Jimmy Tisch, finance guru Daniel Och, recently deceased David Koch, Apollo Global Management Group’s Leon Black, fashions Tory Burch, designer Calvin Klein, hotelier Ian Schrager, and moneyman (Not former President) Gerald Ford. The 7,500-square-foot beach house is fronted by it’s own strip of sandy beach, and has both sunrise and sunset views, thanks to double-sided exposure to the ocean and the Shinnecock Bay. Amenities at the six-bedroom, seven-bath home include an oceanfront tennis court and Gunite pool, its own picturesque walkway to the beach and two fireplaces.
On the water and priced at $2.8 million, this modern three-bedroom, three-bath home sits on Fresh Pond and comes with beach and docking rights and a heated waterfront pool.
Wow, wow, wow. What a view!
On the water and priced at $2.8 million, this modern three-bedroom, three-bath home sits on Fresh Pond and comes with beach and docking rights and a heated waterfront pool. Designed for maximum views, the 2,000-square-foot two-story contemporary also features bulkheading, a rooftop deck, outdoor shower, a she shed and water views of either Fresh Pond or Peconic Bay from every room.
Sited on .39 acres and built in 2003, the house also features a fireplace in the open plan living room / kitchen areas, which also boast wooden-beamed rafters; a screened-in sunroom; and a stone terrace around the pool and leading to the shed. Listed with Pat Garrity of The Corcoran Group.
Three waterfront Hamptons homes with fire features.
It’s easy to be a bit bummed out with all this cold weather but these three waterfront properties take a potential winter of discontent and make cozy fires instead.
692 Dune Road, sitting right on the ocean in Westhampton Beach, has a fireplace AND a generator, so there’s no fear in facing potential loss of power. the $4.25 million contemporary home offers access and both bay and ocean views, plus an infinity-edge pool and spa, second-floor and roof decks and an elevator.
Located in Maidstone Park in Springs, this $3.295 million fairly traditional shingle-style (with river rock bottom bonus on the lower level) offers water views and a private dock on Three Mile Harbor with access to Gardiners Bay. Sited on .2 acres and renovated in 2008, the 3,400-square-foot home features a private dock; boardwalk to the beach; water-view deck with pergola; outdoor grilling station; open living areas with white shiplap walls and ceilings and wide plank wood flooring.
There’s a stone fireplace in the kitchen, plus three bedrooms, two full and one half-bath. The master suite has a wall of windows and glass doors to a private water-view terrace, plus luxe bath featuring frameless glass-enclosed shower, stone tiling on walls and floor, a deep soaking tub and double vanity. Represented by Laura White of Saunders.
A key location and stunning views of Cold Springs Pond punctuate this $1.495 million cottage on .25 acres in the Cold Springs Point Association. Bulkheaded on three sides, and pretty much sitting right in the middle of some of the most prestigious golf courses in the country, this rustic beachhouse-style home has an outdoor fire pit, it’s own private floating dock and private beach, plus community docking, tennis and basketball.