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Beach houses tend not to resonate the same way when you look at them after the summer, but this Amagansett gem would surely make a lovely fall or winter escape as well. Just off Napeague Ocean Beach, the modern home underwent a full custom renovation last year thanks to its owner, fashion designer Tony Melillo. So it’s no surprise that the property echoes the same “embodiment of relaxed elegance” that is the calling card for his signature ATM collection. From the special charred cedar wood facade to the Dineson Douglas fir floors from Denmark, the materials feel cool in the summer and warm in the colder months, while the outdoor space is also set for any temperature, with a patio fireplace and outside shower.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Located right on Poxabogue Pond (and just around the corner from Wolffer Vineyard, we can’t help but add!), this beautiful Sagaponack home has hit the market for $5,950,000. Aside from its private and peaceful setting, which includes a heated pool overlooking the water, the residence has been tastefully designed in a contemporary yet cozy style that we can best describe as nautical-farmhouse-chic. From the beadboard walls and beamed vaulted ceilings to the blue-and-white color scheme, the five-bedroom house feels like it was tailor-made for this location.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

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Architect Frederick Stelle began his career 40 years ago renovating the Yale University Old Campus dormitories. He then went on to co-found his own firm in Manhattan, and in 1985 opened Stelle Architects on the East End of Long Island. Stelle is passionate about the Hamptons community where he lives and is also a conservationist, according to his firm bio, interests that clearly exhibit themselves at this modern Water Mill house he designed. Currently on the market for $19.5 million, the four-bedroom house is located on Mecox Bay and offers waterfront views from nearly every room, as well as an incredible gunite pool and private dock.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

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In East Quogue, right across from the ocean, this set of beach cottages was built in 1920 and then completely renovated by the current owners in 2018. Today, the compact cottages have contemporary seaside interiors, patios that overlook both the ocean and Quantuck Bay, an outdoor shower, sandy sitting area, and a private walkway to the beach. Plus, the property recently received a permit for a pool in between the homes, which would create the ultimate getaway residence. The entire place is on the market for $5,750,000.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

This modern, solar-powered home in Montauk was built in 2018 and designed by Anastasia Ratia, who infused the interiors with a mix of rustic and contemporary aesthetics. But the best part has to be the infinity pool, perched at cliff height with incredible water views. The six-bedroom, seven-bath mansion also has 125 feet of ocean frontage, as well as fun perks like a barre studio, wine closet, home theater, and salt rock sauna. It’s on the market for $24 million.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

If you’re thinking $789,000 is steep for a 650-square-foot condo outside Manhattan, you may not be familiar with the real estate prices in Montauk. This one-bedroom unit is part of Rough Riders Landing, a 134-unit gated complex on over 30 acres on Montauk Bay. It has a spacious deck overlooking the bay and lovely shabby-chic nautical interiors.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons, Quirky Homes

Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Wow with a capital-W. This home, listed for $7,250,000, on Long Island’s Moriches Bay is set on 15 acres filled with themed gardens like a manicured rose garden, sculpture garden, an entire koi pond paradise, and even a tunnel of vines. It has over 850 feet of water frontage, along with a bayside esplanade and private dock, a deck with a solarium, a rooftop viewing area, huge pool, a gazebo, and a guest house with a second pool. Another wow factor is that the home was transformed into this stylish estate over 25 years by fashion industry icon Rose Marie Bravo, who’s credited with turning Burberry into an international luxury brand.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Less than a block from the Atlantic Avenue Beach, this Bates Masi-designed home is a modernist treasure. Built in 2017, the property consists of a huge main house complete with three outdoor decks, as well as a spacious two-bedroom guest cottage, both of which were designed in the architects’ signature contemporary seaside style. But like most Hamptons homes, it’s the outdoor space that takes the cake. Here, there’s a gunite swimming pool, firepit area, two outdoor showers, and one outdoor foot-wash (for when you’ve just come off the beach). It’s on the market for $8,895,000.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons, Historic Homes

Listing photos by Lifestyle Production Group for Sotheby’s International Realty

According to the National Register of Historic Places, this Hamptons home was built by Lieutenant Colonel John Hulbert between 1780 and 1790. Hulbert was a general in the Revolutionary War, where he oversaw 3,000 soldiers in charge of protecting the East End from British Invasion. Located in Sag Harbor Village, the home has gotten some modern updates over the years, all of which have received approval from the local boards and are sensitive to the history of the house. With 5,000 square feet, six bedrooms, a 40-foot pool and hot tub, and a guest/pool house, the “Captain’s House” is asking $11,500,000.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

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Architect Michael Haverland is selling his modern East Hampton abode for $4,995,000. Designed in collaboration with his partner, New York Times columnist Philip Galanes, the “glass, steel, and stucco showpiece” at 73 Cove Hollow Road has been featured in over a dozen publications and even included in the Museum of Modern Art’s tour of iconic East Hampton homes, according to the listing. Due to careful architectural planning, the one-acre property manages to fit a three-bedroom residence, pool house, patio, and work shed with plenty of space left for a large, lush front yard.

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