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$11,000,000

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Essentials
Price $11,000,000
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 8
Bathrooms 10.5
Stories 2.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 7,965
Acreage 3
Year Built 1946
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Pondfront
Heated Pool
Central Air
Bonus Room
Eat-In Kitchen
Formal Dining Room
Office
Outdoor Shower
Private Setting
Sauna
Sprinkler System

In 1878 the first telephone operator was hired, Edison patents the phonograph, Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore premiere's in London and Ivory soap washes its first face. That same year, much closer to home, Frederic Gallatin built the first house in the coveted enclave that would become Hook Pond Lane. Today, as you drive down this exclusive country road beneath an allée of mature trees you arrive at the lush 3 acre property along 200' of bucolic Hook Pond upon which is poised the nearly 8,000 SF+/-, 8 bedroom residence originally built at the close of WWII and renovated to perfection in the 1990's by Barnes & Coy, AIA. A gracious entry leads to the formal living room. Sundrenched by day, at night it becomes the focal point of all your entertaining. Move on to the sunroom with bricked floors for a cup of coffee or quiet reflection looking out at the picturesque grounds. The large, complete kitchen, bolstered by a butler's pantry, opens to the family room warmed by its own fireplace as well as the formal dining room large enough for both sides of the family. Upstairs, the expansive master wing with balcony offers sweeping views across the pond and Maidstone Golf Course to the Atlantic Ocean. Seven additional guest bedrooms, with baths ensuite, complete the second floor. Outside a sea of verdant lawn, stretching down to Hook Pond itself, frames the heated Gunite pool, stone walls and walkways, specimen trees, flowering shrubs and its very own duck pond. It's an historical, magical spot, a most covet spot and on your first visit you understand why, in 1887, the East Hampton Star called this a delectable spot. Contact us today for your own private tour.

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This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $11,000,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $8
$East Hampton
% down $None
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 8
Bathrooms 10.5
Stories 2.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 7,965
Acreage 3
Year Built 1946

In 1878 the first telephone operator was hired, Edison patents the phonograph, Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore premiere's in London and Ivory soap washes its first face. That same year, much closer to home, Frederic Gallatin built the first house in the coveted enclave that would become Hook Pond Lane. Today, as you drive down this exclusive country road beneath an allée of mature trees you arrive at the lush 3 acre property along 200' of bucolic Hook Pond upon which is poised the nearly 8,000 SF+/-, 8 bedroom residence originally built at the close of WWII and renovated to perfection in the 1990's by Barnes & Coy, AIA. A gracious entry leads to the formal living room. Sundrenched by day, at night it becomes the focal point of all your entertaining. Move on to the sunroom with bricked floors for a cup of coffee or quiet reflection looking out at the picturesque grounds. The large, complete kitchen, bolstered by a butler's pantry, opens to the family room warmed by its own fireplace as well as the formal dining room large enough for both sides of the family. Upstairs, the expansive master wing with balcony offers sweeping views across the pond and Maidstone Golf Course to the Atlantic Ocean. Seven additional guest bedrooms, with baths ensuite, complete the second floor. Outside a sea of verdant lawn, stretching down to Hook Pond itself, frames the heated Gunite pool, stone walls and walkways, specimen trees, flowering shrubs and its very own duck pond. It's an historical, magical spot, a most covet spot and on your first visit you understand why, in 1887, the East Hampton Star called this a delectable spot. Contact us today for your own private tour.

South Of The Highway
Pondfront
Heated Pool
Central Air
Bonus Room
Eat-In Kitchen
Formal Dining Room
Office
Outdoor Shower
Private Setting
Sauna
Sprinkler System
East Hampton
Living in East Hampton
East Hampton offers excellence without compromise. Living here means rubbing elbows with celebrities and tastemakers from the arts, business, and political worlds in a village that embodies Hamptons style.
Explore East Hampton
Transportation
Coast