4 Luxurious Gems Listed in East Hampton
31 Palma Terrace – Listed for $4.35 million
This home has a total mid-century modern feel from its picture windows and minimalist lines, but was in fact built in 2006 by architect Audrey Matlock. The chef’s kitchen is fitted with state-of-the-art Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, while four bedrooms and six bathrooms make for easy entertaining. A little bit further north than the other homes, this one has a pool for a quick cool-off.
Deirdre Jowers of The Corcoran Group represents the listing.
35 Baiting Hollow Road – Listed for $5.95 million
While it may not hold the same opulence as the West and East Egg mansions in the Great Gatsby, this spot certainly upholds some 1920s charm. Embodying the perfect Hamptons facade, its shingle-style exterior melds beautifully with ornate wainscotting and original details. Along with a pool and guest house, this home sits just five minutes away from East Hampton’s Main Street.
Peter Huffine, Frederick A Wallenmaier, and Leighton C Candler of The Corcoran Group have the listing.
12 Gallatin Lane – Listed for $13.75 million
The newest of the crew, the circa-2014 home is perched upon Gardiner’s Bay and captures gorgeous views. The home is the essence of contemporary coastal architecture, where updated interiors naturally flow out onto the 1.12-acre lot. Flush greens, an infinity pool, and secluded privacy make for an island-like escape right on the water.
Peter M. Turino, Richard Ziegelasch, and Shannan M. North of Brown Harris Stevens share the listing.
32 Cooper Lane – Listed for $5.995 million
A dreamy mix of Hamptons luxury and traditional New England charm, this 6,000-square-foot home built in 2008 is a stunning sight. Of course, the estate is outfitted in quintessential shingle style, along with ample pergolas and entertaining space around back, while stately interiors and classic fixtures feel reminiscent of a historic home.
Richard Gilbert of Brown Harris Stevens holds the listing.