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86 Dune Road

Bridgehampton Private Ocean Access
traditional | for Rent
WEB ID: 56739
$495,000
  • 6 BEDS
  • 7.5 BATHS
  • 6000 APPROX. SQFT
  • 1.50 ACREAGE
  • POOL
  • BUILT 1998

Rates & Availability

rental rates
Memorial Day to Labor Day
$495,000
July
$200,000
July to Labor Day
$450,000
August to Labor Day
$250,000
rental availability
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The Details

About 86 Dune Road

Summers will take on a new meaning if you are quick enough to rent this 6 bedroom, 7 bath bayfront traditional poised between Mecox Bay and the ocean on Bridgehampton's iconic Dune Road. Blazing sunsets across your own private dock on the bay and waterside heated Gunite pool are only the prologue to the story that describes this quintessential beach house completely renovated to provide the u...

key features
  • South of the highway
  • Fireplace
  • Waterfront
  • Heated pool
  • Central air
  • Furnished
  • Garage
  • Beach rights
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Bridgehampton

Reaching deeply north into the South Fork and positioned between Water Mill to the west and Sagaponack to the east, Bridgehampton has a name that begs for even more geographical clarification. This one is easy: The bridge in Bridgehampton refers to a bridge built across Sagg Pond by Ezekiel Sandford in 1686. Bridgehampton is undeniably the essence of posh, and for many Hamptonites, the summer simply does not end until the occurrence of the Hamptons Classic, one of the largest outdoor horse shows in the country. Perhaps Bridgehampton is even better known for the $43.5 million property rented by Beyonce and Jay-Z — and for Madonna causing a stir when she was accused of buying a parcel for a “tree farm,” adjacent to her horse farm, that was widely viewed as a bid for privacy, not agriculture. Perhaps she commiserated with another Bridgehampton resident, fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, who designed a leather handbag named for the hamlet.

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