Highland Terrace, Bridgehampton, NY, 11932 | Property for sale | Savills
1,300.64 sq m(14,000 sq ft)
Guide price $29,500,000(€28,563,375)

Highland TerraceBridgehampton, NY, 11932

    Key features

    • Views of Sagg Pond and the ocean
    • Beautifully designed gardens
    • 55' x 20' heated saltwater pool with spa
    • Tennis court
    • Outdoor kitchen and fire pit

    72 Highland Terrace is a well crafted custom estate spanning nearly 14,000 square feet+/- with 10 bedrooms, epitomizing luxury living

    About this property

    • Located on one of Bridgehampton's most beautiful lanes, this exquisite transitional home sits on 2 acres+/- with views of Sagg Pond and the ocean beyond natural reserves on both the east and west side of the property.

      Landscape architecture and perennial gardens created by Jonathan Davis are the perfect backdrop for this fabulous home by Hampton's architect Val Florio, superb construction of Brian McGinness Contracting, and interior design by Robyn Karp, Indoor-outdoor entertaining is easily integrated with grand, gracious rooms that open to elegant exterior spaces. Amenities include a 55' x 20' heated saltwater gunite pool with spa, pool house with full bath, sunken tennis court, outdoor kitchen and a fire pit.

      The original garden cottage and spacious 3-car garage has been renovated and is an added bonus on the property. An awe-inspiring interior is introduced by a dramatic double-height entry foyer. Exquisite details include Venetian plaster, custom millwork, marble and stone, state-of-the-art appliances and custom-built walk-in closets. An elevator transports you to all floors. Walls of floor-to-ceiling windows invite an inpouring of natural light, epitomized in the spectacular 2-story living room. The formal dining room, large chef's kitchen with custom cabinetry, butler's pantry, family room and library with fireplaces. A guest bedroom suite, additional baths, side entry mudroom and laundry complete the main level. The 2nd floor are 2 separate wings, each with 2 spacious bedroom suites, separated by the glass bridge walkway. Beyond are 2 more generously-sized bedrooms with vaulted ceilings that share a full marble bath, and a 2nd laundry.

      The primary suite has an entry foyer, bedroom with fireplace, walk-in closets, dressing room, deck and an immense spa bath. The 3rd story roof deck has amazing views of the reserves and the ocean. The finished lower level includes an expansive living room, a walk-out courtyard, a state-of-the-art multilevel theater with snack kitchenette, gym with bath and steam room, glass-enclosed climate-controlled wine display, en-suite staff quarters, and a "bunk" room with full bath. This is quintessential Hampton luxury!

    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.”