$52,000,000 Modern Hamptons Beach House – DroneHub

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Reigning over 2.55 +/- acres, an impressive sea-side, modern edifice sequestered behind a gated entry sprawls along 230+ feet of beachfront framed by both the Atlantic Ocean and the farm fields of fabled Beach Lane. A flawless symphony of architecture, construction, landscape design and interior composition, orchestrated by exacting owners with an elevated sense of style and function has resulted in a stunning opus that finds harmony within 11,000+ SF on 4 separate but cohesive tiers of highly articulated living space.

Masterfully built by Mayfair Construction, the stucco and teak residence has been exquisitely furnished and accessorized by Julia Roth Designs. Barnes Coy Architects created a highly unique residence that in the words of Chris Coy is “comprised of three separate pavilions…. that express a diverse village of parts…but deeply integrated from within by passageways and staircases…offering opaque surfaces of teak, stucco, granite and zinc that alternate with transparent swaths of tempered glass” Indeed, the central “pavilion” is anchored on one end by the Bulthaup designed kitchen offering Gaggenau, Sub-Zero, Miele appliances and large center island. From here you look out over the dining area to the dramatic great room beneath a 22 ft ceilings and framed by walls of glass that drops down like a “monolithic upside down teak pyramid” over the comfortable seating area looking out to the pool and ocean beyond and warmed by a fireplace anchoring the other end of the great room.

Moving further east, the eastern “pavilion” incorporates the den/media room and finishes with the master wing offering ocean view sleeping chamber, his and her bathrooms and a pair of walk-in closets. The western “pavilion” is a two-tiered compilation of five-bedroom suites, a recreational room, pool bath and a four car garage. A separate staircase descends to an expansive gym looking out to the grounds and augmented by spa bath with steam and sauna. Continuing west on this floor reveals a large room housing the golf simulator that could be readily repurposed as that coveted screening room. Two staff suites and storage garage complete this level that ends back at the striking entry atrium with an elevator and floating staircase. But because what happens outside of the house in the Hamptons is equally as important as what happens inside, and maybe more so along the ocean, great thought and care were given to both the design of the seaside decks and pool area. Coy notes ” while the inland side of the property is quite formal the ocean side is looser and non-linear….. the eccentrically shaped deck and pool (72′ with submerged spa) dip south then angles back to the north….with an overflow trough merging seamlessly with the oceanfront grounds that were left as wild as possible….” The expansive Ipe clad deck offers a large covered area housing the outdoor kitchen, dining table and seaside living room while uncovered areas find ample room for chaise loungers, couches, chairs and umbrellas that, while offering expansive ocean views, remains surprisingly private from neighbors and the occasional beach walker.

Landscaping by the LaGuardia Design Group ties whole estate together. Amenities include a Crestron controlled environment augmented by Lutron, automatic shades, Sonos and a whole house generator. A private walkway leads over the dune to find 230′ of pristine, sandy white beach perfect for endless sunbathing, body surfing or nighttime bonfires. With proximity to everything that makes the Hamptons a word class destination, including an airport only minutes away, the saying “if you’re lucky enough to live by the sea, you’re lucky enough” takes on a whole new meaning if you’re actually lucky enough to make this incredible oceanfront estate your new home.
115 Beach Lane – Wainscott, NY
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