5 Hamptons Dream Homes You Could (Theoretically) Buy Right Now
Oceanfront views, private pools, multiple fireplaces—these real-life Hamptons dream homes have all that and more. And hey, while we might not be in a position to buy any of them, we can still ogle the listings like our life depends on it.
THE RESTORED GREY GARDENS HOUSE ($18 million)
Arguably the most storied residence for sale in New York this year, the restored Grey Gardens house is on the market for the first time in 40 years. Once owned by the eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the shingle-style home has been painstakingly restored since its documentary appearance. The nine-bedroom, 7.5-bath home comes with a tennis court, pool, ocean views and even a small cottage.
3 West End Rd. and Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton; corcoran.com
A MODERN ABODE IN SAG HARBOR ($5 million)
You can practically step outside and right into the saline mirrored-edge pool at this brand-new ultramodern house in Sag Harbor. Inside the four-bedroom, five-bath home, you’ll find two fireplaces and waterfront views that practically beg for afternoons curled up with a book.
41 Crescent St., Sag Harbor; elliman.com
A TRADITIONAL SOUTH FORK HOME ($8 million)
When you picture a Hamptons home, chances are you’re imagining this Sagaponack house. The shingle-style dwelling has a gambrel roof, manicured gardens, an in-ground pool and a tennis court—and you can practically hear the ocean waves.
557 Daniels Lane, Sagaponack; elliman.com
EAST HAMPTON HAVEN FOR YOUR SQUAD ($12.9 million)
This house was made for weekend gatherings. The 1920s-era home, which sits on just over 1.5 acres, has eight bedrooms, 6.5 baths and a huge pool with a pool house for all of your inflatable swans.
140 Egypt Lane, East Hampton; mlsli.com