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WEB ID: 97706

43 Ocean Road Bridgehampton, NY 11932

Bridgehampton, NY 11932

for rent | traditional | Built in 2015

7 beds
8 baths/1 half bath
8000 Approx. Sqft/ 1.3 acres
outdoor space
$490,000

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WEB ID: 97706

43 Ocean Road Bridgehampton, NY 11932

Bridgehampton, NY 11932

for rent | traditional | Built in 2015

7 beds
8 baths/1 half bath
8000 Approx. Sqft/ 1.3 acres
outdoor space
$490,000

Rates & Availability

  • year
    • 2023
    • 2024
    • 2022
rental rates
January
$12,000
February
$12,000
March
$12,000
April
$12,000
Memorial Day to Labor Day
$395,000
Winter
$95,000
Year Round
$490,000
rental availability
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The Details

About 43 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

OCEAN ROAD SUMMER RENTAL IN VILLAGE

With your morning coffee waiting for you at Starbucks several hundred feet away and soft, sandy beaches just a bike ride down Ocean Road, you'll want to hurry up and rent this gated estate in the middle of all the action. Recently completed by Farrell Building Co for exacting owners, this 8,000 SF, 7 bedroom home, on nearly 1.5 acres, has the floor plan and amenities to provide an incomparable Hampton experience....

key features

  • Central air
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Heated pool
  • Pool/guest house
  • Room for a tennis
  • Hot tub/spa
  • South of the highway
  • Listing agent

    Bridgehampton

    While the anthropological and linguistic origins behind how places get their names can sometimes be tricky to unravel, the source of Bridgehampton’s name is pretty straightforward. It’s a place where, one time, they built a bridge in the Hamptons. After settlers began to move east through the town of Southampton, the bridge in Bridgehampton—the Sagg Bridge—was built in 1686 over the Sagg Pond, linking Bridgehampton to Sagaponack. But while that bridge was undoubtedly welcome in its time, the Long Island Rail Road’s arrival in 1870 is what really connected Bridgehampton to the rest of civilization. Today, Bridgehampton undeniably captures the essence of the East End. Along lovingly landscaped lanes and roads, traditional shingle-style homes rest at the top of cobblestone driveways. Meanwhile, life down by the water reveals the sorts of ostentatious modern estates that help make the Hamptons “the Hamptons.”

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