Harvest Lane, 11932 | Property for sale | Savills
668.90 sq m(7,200 sq ft)
Guide price $17,995,000

Harvest Lane11932

    Key features

    • 9 bedrooms
    • Exquisite exterior stone work
    • Gourmet Chef's kitchen
    • Sun room with 270-degree views
    • Heated pool with built in Jacuzzi
    • Professional tennis court (6-layer rubber surface)

    Hidden on a Quiet cul-de-sac in Bridgehampton South is this stunning and impeccably constructed home sits on a beautifully landscaped shy 2 acres.

    About this property

    • This 7,500 SF, 9 bedroom, 8 and 2 half bath home plus finished lower level is the definition of luxury. Exquisite exterior stone work leads to the front entry. Once inside, beautiful hard wood floors invite you into the perfect open living area. Gourmet Chef's kitchen with magnificent marble countertops paired with top of the line appliances is perfect quiet comfort or lively entertaining. The spacious formal dining room facing northwest utilizes evening sunlight, with its brilliant and open formal living room. Just off the great room is the sun room which offers 270-degree views of the grounds which, including an oversized 50x20 heated pool with built in Jacuzzi, a professional tennis court (6-layer rubber surface), and its rolling lush green lawn. The first level also has a guest suite which is private and masterfully done. The second level has 6 bedrooms all en suite with top of the line finishes, including a spacious principal with fireplace, private balcony and views. The icing on the cake is the third level Sun Deck. The views include vast amounts of farm field stretching to the ocean.

    Local information

    • While it can sometimes be tricky to unravel the anthropological and linguistic origins behind how places get their names, the source of Bridgehampton is pretty straightforward. It's a place in the Hamptons where, one time, they built a bridge. After people began to move east through the town of Southampton, the bridge in Bridgehampton — the Sagg Bridge — was built in 1686 over the Sagg Pond, linking Bridgehampton to Sagaponack. But while that bridge was undoubtedly welcome in its time, the Long Island Rail Road's arrival in 1870 is what really connected Bridgehampton to the rest of civilization. Today, Bridgehampton undeniably captures the essence of the East End. Along lovingly landscaped lanes and roads, traditional shingle-style homes rest at the top of cobblestone driveways. Meanwhile, life down by the water reveals the sorts of ostentatious modern estates that help make the Hamptons “the Hamptons.”