One house removed from Marine Blvd, this renovated classic four bedroom, three bath Amagansett Dunes cottage awaits. Soak up the sun on the upstairs terrace, relax in the shade of the first floor deck, or cross the street to the ocean beach; this house is all about the dunes outdoor lifestyle. Inside it's cozy and comfortable, yet bright and airy, with an updated kitchen and baths. Features two fireplaces, full basement and an outdoor shower.
Built to the highest standards, a skillful blend of time-honored traditional architecture and sleek, modernist lines and finishes, this newly constructed, transitional-style 8,010+/- sf estate is in the heart of Amagansett Lanes, moments to the ocean, village shops and restaurants. Along a gracefully winding driveway with an elegant gated entrance, this sophisticated beach house is perfectly sited on a very private, 1.08+/- acre flag lot. Featuring six bedrooms, 7 full and one half bathrooms, a grand two-story foyer leading to a great room with French doors opening to an expansive patio, a large eat-in gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, adjacent double height family room with custom masonry fireplace with herringbone patterned firebox, formal dining room with adjoining wine room, and spacious first floor master suite. Tastefully appointed, all principle rooms are open and airy with hardwood flooring throughout.
The second floor features a luxurious master suite with fireplace and private balcony overlooking manicured grounds, and an additional three en suite bedrooms and second floor laundry facilities. Finished lower level includes two additional bedrooms, a large recreational area, media room, and spectacular glass enclosed, light-filled gym. Attached radiant headed 2-car garage. Beautifully landscaped grounds with heated gunite pool with spa and pool house. Nearby Indian Wells Beach offers every amenity in season including ample parking, lifeguards, concession stand, and volley ball area
Amagansett Dunes Crow's Nest 4 bedroom, 2 bath home is the perfect ocean beach community home. Completely renovated inside and out, very low maintenance. New siding, new windows, new decking and fencing. Central heating and cooling. The kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. 14-foot vaulted ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Sleek, contemporary, and shows like new. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the living and dining areas with light, creating a bright and beachy atmosphere during all four seasons. The upper level great room is a perfect space for gathering. Upper and lower decks provide wonderful places to entertain guests. The private in-ground pool, outdoor shower and detached pool house make this home perfect for anyone looking to enjoy the outdoors from the comfort of their own home. Venture down the street to find yourself steps away from the Atlantic Ocean. An ideal home for any beach lover.
A modernist era gem, this iconic Amagansett retreat is a fully-restored original from the "Amenity" project conceived by noted architect Richard Bender in the early 1960's as a cluster of linear light-infused beach cottages occupying a 20 acre private enclave surrounded by woodlands, preserved land and communal tennis. Deftly curated by its owner, this sublime 2 bedroom/2 bath home is a study in the simplicity of the modernist aesthetic. Wrapped in extensive full-length glass, the space evokes the sensory pleasure of living under a canopy with the surrounding nature flowing through the space. The interior is keenly updated with aged pine flooring, rustic beamed wood ceilings, retrofitted luxe baths and oak cabinetry color blocked with Bender's original palette. A floating sculptural fireplace orb punctuates the open-plan living space and extensive rich mahogany decking, outdoor shower and gated entry enhance the composition of the original design. The private 1.23 acre grounds offer a serene Japanese-inspired garden scape with an exquisite freshwater pool, and are abutted by 160+ acres of dense natural woodland reserves. Featured in Alistair Gordon's "Weekend Utopia," Domino Magazine and other publications, this is a modern enthusiast's and a naturalist's nirvana.