House Tour: Bridgehampton $6.788M

This is your beach on a 20-acre spring-fed pond in bucolic Bridgehampton. This is your high-end luxury house with heated pool… ….and gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry and brick pizza oven….. ….private gym and soothing meditation room…. When would you like to see it? 6,8000 square feet, 1.82 acres, 8 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, 3 fireplaces, heated pool. SIR #: 68985

House Tour: Bridgehampton, $7.95M

In one of the most desired locations in the Hamptons, this modern sleek home offers 6 bedrooms plus a grand master suite and windows galore overlooking an expansive lawn. What makes it different are the personal touches….a shady Provencal-style outdoor dining area, …..nicely designed bathrooms that open to the outdoors…. …and the generous use of French doors the open out to decks and lawn.. 5,500 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, heated pool. SIR #: 68439

Five Reasons to Go to the Hamptons

  By Barbara Barielle, travel, food and wine author Five Reasons to Go to The Hamptons – in the Winter East Coast playground of the rich and richer is not a place you think of for winter frolic. But, I am about to let the proverbial cat out of the bag. It’s cold. It’s quiet. Yet it is still about the beautiful people. There are just fewer of them and the January frost is a great equalizer. People are nicer and everyone wants to share what’s happening. Until two weeks ago, I had only been to The Hamptons in the summer and basically hung at the beaches in Easthampton and Amagansett. In January, there is still beach and it is gorgeous, but a brief glance is enough. We got to Bridgehampton to do a friend’s cookbook shoot. This was Hillary Davis’ fourth cookbook on France and she had decided to shoot Read More …