From jaw-dropping facilities and palatial leases to a bayside buying blitz, the Hamptons real estate scene is buzzier than ever. (And additionally costlier — see the Bridgehampton estate beneath that’s asking $1 million for a three-week rental this summer season.)
Here are few of the luxurious traits we’re following this season.
Summer rental stunners
Still searching for a mega-à-terre out East? If you’ve received 1,000,000 bucks to spare, these big-ticket leases are nonetheless on the market for summer season 2022 (or at the very least parts of it). “Rentals in the Hamptons, noticeably at the high-end, are quickly picking up steam. Now, many — but not all — of the most spectacular properties have found renters,” says Corcoran’s Gary DePersia.
His high accessible itemizing is 277 Surfside Drive in Bridgehampton. Perched on 125 ft of cerulean blue ocean waves, the home sprawls out throughout greater than 11,000 sq. ft of residing house, with 9 bedrooms and 10 full bogs. Even higher, there’s a 3,450-square-foot deck with a pool, spa and a pavilion. There’s additionally a fitness center, a golf simulator and a media room. It’s asking $1.25 million for both all of July or August by Labor Day.
Yet one other sizzling ticket is on the market at 155 Surfside Drive. This newly listed fashionable manor is asking $1 million for Aug. 22 by Labor Day. Bragging rights for this 10,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom abode embody a chef’s kitchen, gunite pool and rooftop vistas that may soften your digicam’s soul. “While it is very late in the game to snag a trophy property, the views are spectacular, it is highly amenitized and it is one of the last available oceanfront properties for rent this season,” notes itemizing agent J.B. Andreassi with Nest Seekers International, a star of “Selling the Hamptons” on Discovery+.
Round out your Bridgehampton summer season scouting with the seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom, 11,000-square-foot 279 Dune Road. Represented by Corcoran’s Susan Breitenbach and Cutter Koster, the gem has expansive Mecox Bay views to the north and the Atlantic to the south. Snag it for $1.5 million from Memorial Day to Labor Day, $675,000 for July, or $750,000 for August to Labor Day.
Buying on the bay
It’s higher on the bay — at the very least in line with brokers. “With waterfront pricing up by 20% to 30% throughout the Hamptons, we are seeing many buyers now priced out of the oceanfront market looking for opportunities on the bay,” Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito tells Alexa. “We’ve seen tremendous growth in bayfront pricing with several record-breaking sales set already this year.”
His workforce just lately closed on the highest-priced bayfront sale in Quogue at $10.9 million, and he simply listed an East Hampton waterfront compound consisting of 63, 66, 72 and 74 Louse Point Road for $20 million. The four-lot estate totals over 4 acres and boasts 250 ft of seashore. While there are a number of buildings all through the grounds, the principle home has 9 bedrooms and eight bogs. Designed by architect Bill Chaleff, the 6,500-square-foot mansion boasts an octagonal breakfast room, formal eating, bay views aplenty and a gunite pool.
Over on Shinnecock Bay, one other coveted hideaway at 1 Boatmans Lane in Southampton is asking $35 million with Corcoran’s Tim Davis. The 5,152-square-foot conventional colony-style cottage has six beds and 7 baths plus perks that embody a tennis court docket, pool and the final word bayfront necessity — a dock.
In Sagaponack on Sagg Pond, which ends up in the Atlantic Ocean, 443 Sagaponack Road is hoping to safe $12.95 million with Corcoran’s Cutter Koster and Susan Breitenbach. It has six bedrooms and 7 bogs unfold over 6,500 sq. ft and ritzy stylings that embody a great deal of millwork, cherry-wood flooring, three fireplaces, a paneled library and a 200-foot non-public dock. “Bayside living can also offer more privacy versus residing in a home that faces a public beach, [plus] many bayfront homes are closer to charming village areas,” mentioned Breitenbach. Better nonetheless, the bayfront will get the very best sunsets within the Hamptons.
Remember when a pool and a view was sufficient? No extra. Buyers ponying up main moolah for his or her Hamptons properties even have a kitchen-sink method to facilities, demanding all the pieces from pickleball courts to at-home spas. Benjamin Dixon, co-founder of the Mackay Dixon Team at Douglas Elliman, has watched this development rise by the pandemic. “More buyers want to spend more time at home but still be able to enjoy activities without feeling cooped up,” he says.
Just take a look at an inventory like 315 Rose Hill Road in Water Mill, which is on the market for $37 million with Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman. The eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom, 19,296-square-foot megahome weighs in with a fitness center, a tennis court docket, a theater, a library, seven fireplaces, a sport room, a wine cellar, a spa and an outside kitchen with a firepit. There’s even a catering prep kitchen and bakery for all these ragers you’ll throw.
With your individual grand entrance replete with a rotunda and a cast bronze double-sided staircase topped by a Nineteenth-century stained-glass skylight, why step outdoors this waterfront oasis until you’re headed to the infinity-edge pool (in fact) or to your non-public dock on Mecox Bay?
Another unfold gunning for the “ultimate compound” trophy rests at 160 Ox Pasture Road in Southampton, listed with Corcoran’s Tim Davis for $69.95 million. The 12-bed, 15-bath, 18,000-square-foot property boasts outside and indoor swimming pools (with waterfalls and a slide), spa, tennis court docket, paddle court docket, two pavilions with full kitchens and a carriage home with a connecting greenhouse.
For much less sticker shock, strive East Hampton’s 534 Hands Creek Road, asking $9.5 million with Douglas Elliman’s Martha Gundersen and Paul Brennan, or their 871 Sagaponack Main St. itemizing in Sagaponack, searching for $12 million.
The former — six-bedroom, nine-bathroom, 10,000-square-foot playground — permits you to laze within the luxury of a pool pergola, free-standing sizzling tub, bocce court docket, billiards room and wine-tasting room, whereas the latter itemizing — a four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,700-square-foot magnificence — has a squash court docket, an artist studio and a further barn simply ready to be reworked into no matter your stay-at-home coronary heart needs.