Further Lane, East Hampton, 11937 | Property for sale | Savills
789 sq m
Guide price $55,000,000(€53,253,750)

Further LaneEast Hampton, 11937

    Key features

    • Former Bouvier family summer residence
    • Built-in 1917
    • Designed by noted architect Arthur C. Jackson
    • Meticulously restored
    • Private

    Rare Offering on Further Lane.

    About this property

    • Rarely does the opportunity to own a piece of American history come along. Lasata, meaning "Place of Peace," is recognized as one of the most iconic homes in America and has been published globally. The former Bouvier family summer residence during the 1920s, this graceful home was built-in 1917, designed by noted architect Arthur C. Jackson. Sited on 7.15+/- acres among century-old Linden, London Planes, Cork, and American Elm trees, the estate was meticulously restored in 2007 and again in 2019 all while keeping the integrity of this very private property. Interiors designed by famed interior designer, Pierre Yovanovich, gardens by Louis Benech. You can hear the ocean waves from the eight-bedroom main house, separate two-bedroom guest cottage, caretaker's cottage, pool house, and a three-car garage with a workshop. The impeccable grounds with lush lawns, mature specimen trees, and flower meadow, compliment this setting, rounding out this classic masterpiece. This is truly a special opportunity to acquire one of the grand estates of East Hampton Village delivered in perfect and immaculate condition.

    Local information

    • In the long, enduring tradition of slightly confusing Long Island naming conventions, East Hampton is located in a town also called East Hampton. With the Atlantic Ocean splashing onto its shores, the village of East Hampton carries a reputation that puts it close to, if not at, the very pinnacle of all Hamptons locales. Why are people so drawn to this place? Because it's utterly stunning, a state of being only strengthened by undeniably beautiful white sand beaches. Near the western border, Georgica Pond doubles down on East Hampton prestige. This community has counted film directors, business magnates, and presidents among its high-society residents. East Hampton's name carries such a weight that even something as trivial-seeming as a windmill is recognized as historic. However, to be fair to Hook Windmill, it was built in 1806 and presently stands preserved and bedecked in its Hamptons-chic shingle style.