It’s not often a property like the one at 201 Lily Pond Road becomes available. Built in 1925, the East Hampton mansion sits on 2.7 acres of land and boasts 400 feet of ocean frontage. On the market for the first time in 75 years, the Spanish colonial-style residence is asking $69 million, as The Real Deal first reported.
According to the listing, the mansion is nicknamed Cima Del Mundo, which translates to “Top of the World.”
The estate directly faces Georgica beach, with the rear of the property surrounded by manicured lawns and Lily Pond. Views are protected thanks to the landscaped vertical barrier, considered the “only ha-ha wall in East Hampton.”
Ed Petrie and James Petrie, the Compass agents with the listing, declined to comment.
As the Real Deal noted, the home was once owned by the late CEO of St. Louis Union Trust. In 1994, the home was renovated by William Hodgins, an acclaimed interior designer who died in 2019.
The residence contains an impressive eight bedrooms and seven and a half baths. Spanish Colonial elements seen throughout include bright white walls, wooden support beams, tile work, and red clay roof tile.
A stunning entryway with lovely tiled floors greets guests, with views straight to the ocean. A curving staircase adds charm and architectural intrigue.
The concept of indoor-outdoor living is implemented in nearly every room, with several intricate, rounded doors leading to the lawn and beach on the first level, lots of water-facing windows, and multiple outdoor terraces, including a courtyard and a second-floor deck.
An oceanside pool, along with a pool house, completes the property.
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All photos courtesy of Compass