A Minimalist Amagansett Beach House Makes a Splash Priced at $5.2M
Tucked amongst sand and greenery, 31 Gilbert Path in Amagansett is on the market. Bringing to mind Scandinavian design principles with sleek lines, wood accents, and a neutral yet moody color palette, the $5.2 million beach house is a perfect Hamptons hideaway. Custom renovated in 2020, this refreshed spread just a block from the ocean is ready for a new owner.
Marvelously minimalist—from its 1,800 square feet to its design—Dinesen Douglas fir flooring from Denmark carries throughout the home and provides a subtle yet cozy contrast to the home’s black fixtures. Another modern finish from Denmark is the custom VIBB kitchen with a luxe island and top-of-the-line appliances to look out onto the airy living space and huge deck. Floor-to-ceiling windows usher in natural light to create a sunny retreat by day, while the open concept floor plan offers a dream entertainment space by night.
Just as beautiful, the home’s exterior wears Blackwood Shou Sugi cedarwood, charred beautifully using a Japanese technique. Outside, there is also a free-standing shower to wash off the sand and saltwater after a day at the beach, and several relaxation spots for unwinding.
Though the floor plan is compact compared to some Hamptons homes, it’s airy and provides space for visitors. Three bedrooms fit nicely, with the primary sanctuary having access to its own private deck flush with surrounding greenery.
Sara Goldfarb and Tal Alexander of Douglas Elliman hold this listing.