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Can we get a hallelujah? Cathedral ceilings, windows on all sides and a friendly neighbor who is a lake...this is the house you’ll be talking about all year long. Added bonus: It’s close enough to town that you can walk.
If the previous was a bit too much house, there’s this little modern gem, just down the road from Ditch Plains.
Now to a more traditional East End estate. This puppy’s got a newly remodeled kitchen, wraparound deck and a heated pool. Early May is the new August.
Ideal for a couple, this converted barn (a guesthouse next to a larger home) might be all you need. And it’s charming to boot--including a turn-of-the-century stove, cast-iron sink and outdoor shower.
This more traditional home, also in Sag, doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, but it is relaxed and spacious with a huge yard and pool--which, frankly, is sometimes all you need.
Set on nearly an acre of perfectly manicured gardens, this marble-filled Southampton home (note the kitchen island on the right) has big, airy, open spaces that make it perfect for entertaining.
Not into fighting traffic? Hit up one of the more quiet towns just before Shinnecock Bay and the Montauk Highway. This sprawling East Quogue home has some questionable decor choices but a massive pool and zero scene.
Oh hello, friends and lovers of sunshine, hammocks, outdoor showers and lobster rolls. How did you like last week’s North Fork abodes?
Great. Glad you feel that way.
Because today we’re heading to the Hamptons.
You don’t need us to tell you how quickly the best spots in the South Fork get booked. But allow us to show you some that haven’t been snagged up yet.
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