Tour a Quintessential Hamptons Beach House Priced at $11M

Summer may be officially over, but this East Quogue home sure doesn’t feel like it. The beautiful South of the Highway spot is perched right on the ocean, but that doesn’t mean it’s exclusively for the warm months. Asking $10.995 million, utter bliss is a year-round fixture of this East End beach house.

Boasting a traditional and classic statue, the exterior of this shingle-style home is perhaps anyone’s picture of a quintessential Hamptons beach house. Large windows cover much of the walls, blurring the lines of inside and out effortlessly. Nautical accents carry throughout the 4,750-square-foot haven’s light palette, from its wicker furniture to its shiplap ceilings. The kitchen is the heart of the main floor, where a wrap-around design melts into a large center island—perfect for gathering for the holidays.

Giving way to six bedrooms and six bathrooms, the upstairs has enough space for a slew of guests. A few of the rooms open to outside balconies, but the ones that don’t are still soaked in warm light. Although the beach is only steps away, a pool and deck outside are perfect for a quick splash or lounge about.

An environment that looks straight out of Nancy Meyers and Diane Keaton’s Something’s Gotta Give, this divine beach house sets an idyllic scene. Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman holds the waterfront listing.