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East Hampton

New Egypt Lane Classic - East Hampton
traditional | for Rent
WEB ID: 101984
$495,000
  • 6 BEDS
  • 6.5 BATHS
  • 4400 APPROX. SQFT
  • 1.40 ACREAGE
  • POOL
  • BUILT 2009

Rates & Availability

rental rates
July to Labor Day
$265,000
Seasonal
$300,000
August to Labor Day
$165,000
Annual
$495,000
rental availability
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The Details

About East Hampton

Brand new traditional house and studio cottage in one of the few areas of East Hampton village that enjoys the rare combination of close proximity to both ocean beaches and village restaurants and shops. The 4,400 square foot house designed by architect Peter Schulte features gracious proportions, high ceilings and beautiful details throughout. Ground floor comprises entry stair hall; sunny st...

key features
  • South of the highway
  • Fireplace
  • Heated pool
  • Central air
  • garage
  • Den
  • Library
  • Office

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Get to know East Hampton

When people refer to East Hampton, they likely mean East Hampton the village, as opposed to East Hampton the town, the latter of which contains East Hampton village as well as the villages and hamlets of Montauk, Northwest Harbor, Springs, Wainscott, Amagansett, and a part of Sag Harbor. (Note: Every village and hamlet in the Hamptons lies either in the town of East Hampton or in the town of Southampton, its neighbor to the west and south.) So, with that bit of geography and terminology in place, when people refer to East Hampton, they are also referring to a world of money, a place where the words privilege and exclusivity come up well short. Some of the sites in East Hampton are synonymous with ultra-elite society: The Maidstone, Georgica Pond, and the infamous Grey Gardens, all iconic, capture the village’s exaggerated prestige. But East Hampton is also a picturesque resort of natural beauty, and the quality of its white sand beaches is undeniable.

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