For $12.9M, you can own this 19-acre East Hampton farm with a Mediterranean-style mansion

Posted On Fri, July 2, 2021 By

Posted On Fri, July 2, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Hamptons

Listing photos courtesy of Compass

Thanks to the lush landscapes and great growing seasons of the Hamptons, the farm-to-table movement is prevalent throughout the area. This 19.3-acre property in East Hampton is perfect for a chef or home cook looking to get in on the action. The majority of the property’s acreage is used for an agricultural reserve, complete with a self-sufficient farm that runs off power from a wind turbine and is equipped with underground micro-irrigation. Plus, when you’re ready to host that amazing dinner party, there’s a beautiful Mediterranean-style home with a gourmet kitchen and covered outdoor patio. It’s all asking $12,900,000.

The existing property operated as an independent tree and shrub nursery, which the listing describes as a “horticultural masterpiece.” There are mature Dogwood, Hornbeam, Hinoki trees, as well as many additional specimens, across 19 acres.

Constructed in 1995 by builders at John Hummel and Associates, the home was designed by architect Kirby Grimes.  Boasting the vibe of a farmhouse found in the European countryside, the residence contains four bedrooms and four baths.

The interior successfully blends a rustic aesthetic with modern upgrades, with wide plank wood floors, interesting archways, and an open floor plan. A double-sided fireplace connects the large living spaces.

The kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances, lots of storage and cabinet space, and a huge center island that can seat at least four. The open concept keeps the formal dining room casual, situated directly next to the living room and surrounded by floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.

There are two separate staircases leading to the second level, with one bringing you to the primary suite and two additional ensuite bedrooms, and the other to the fourth private bedroom, also equipped with a private bath. Views of the beautiful farm can be seen from nearly every room.

In addition to the impressive agricultural reserve and farm grounds, the home’s backyard patio is equally majestic. Accessed via French doors, the outdoor space includes a covered patio and a gunite pool, ideal for entertaining. The property also features an additional 3,120-square-foot barn at the rear of the property.

While the property feels secluded, it sits just under two miles from the center of East Hampton Village.

[Listing: 160 & 162 Long Lane by Ed Petrie and James Petrie of Compass]

Listing photos courtesy of Compass

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