45 Whalers Lane
Amagansett Oceanfront With Forever Ocean Views Amagansett
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,000
- Year Built1930
- South of the highway
- Central air
- Breakfast area
- Laundry room
This one-of-a-kind, oceanfront beach house at 45 Whalers Lane is surrounded by dunes in Amagansett and pampers you with forever ocean views from nearly every room. Recently renovated, it encompasses all of the elements of Hamptons Life, including a spacious chef's kitchen with an 8 burner Wolf stove, double Miele dishwashers and two Sub-Zero refrigerators. This home has multiple entertaining areas with a bright & airy open plan and it is delightfully designed so every aspect of it is geared towards beachside living. Two fireplaces keep you cozy on those chilly nights, one in the living room and one in the sitting area just off the kitchen. The multi-level floor plan and four bedrooms each with en suite baths ensure privacy for you and your guests. Of course, you may never leave your oversized master bedroom with its jaw-dropping views of the ocean. Don't even set an alarm-just wake up to the awe-inspiring light of the sun rising on the horizon. A cozy den, additional powder room, 2-car attached garage, generator, and a large gunite pool & spa with its own ocean views complete the stunning package. All of this is set on 1.37 acres with 228 feet of sandy beach right at your doorstep. Perhaps it looks familiar because you've recently seen it in Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, the New York Post, or one of many other publications. More likely you remember it from Seinfeld's famous Ugly Baby episode. Sitting adjacent to a preserve, this is your opportunity to own a slice of heaven in the coveted Amagansett Dunes. And one last fun fact for your next cocktail party: the home includes a three-level bunker the Coast Guard used to look out for land or sea attacks during World War II. You've got to see this one! (Also, please check out the stunning Flyover Video.)
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Amagansett is for those who place a high value on enchantment and appreciate the subtle pairing of quiet with the understated luxury.
The drama here is nature's own, starting with the Amagansett Wildlife Refuge. Within this 36-acre protected area is one of the Island's very rare undeveloped coastal beaches, which is distinguished by their unique double dune system. The primary dunes are a barrier reef to the Atlantic Ocean. The secondary dunes proliferate with flora, from Cape Cod-like cranberry bogs to rare varieties of orchids. Spend some time looking out on this extravaganza and you will feel like you have found the missing piece to the puzzle.