The northwestern area of East Hampton is home to one of the most famous addresses in the entire town, Bull Pass. This is a very peaceful and quiet road, even in midsummer when the rest of the Hamptons is busy. No one drives here to go anywhere else.
Oddly enough, there used to be a bustling settlement here. Even as early as 1653, East He is noted in the Hamptontown records as “driveway to the meadows of the northwest.” Settlers came here to collect hay and seaweed used for insulation, fertilizer, and animal bedding. By the 1700s, the northwestern harbor area had 15 large farms, mills, wharves, warehouses, disinfestation facilities (for plague patients), fish factories, sawmills, schools, and shipyards. Today nothing remains except the pond and the pine forest. Poor soil doomed the farms, and the harbors weren’t deep enough, rendering them useless when larger ships were built.
There are now many private properties in the area, most of them in a very modern style. It is located on 2.08 acres of land and is spacious at his 6,000 square feet. It has 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a half bath. At $6,495,000, the property is available via: Averit Batley in Corcoran.
The long, low house is defined by clean lines and sophisticated details. The open floor plan features a large living and dining area with glass walls that allow plenty of natural light to maximize the views of the surroundings. The dark gray striped walls in the living/dining area are actually giant slabs of porcelain tile.There is also a large open kitchen with a sizable marble island.
The expansive primary suite is set in its own wing for complete privacy. Other features inside include a gym, two separate laundry rooms, a bonus room that can be used as a home theater, and a commercial grade security/audio system.
French doors lead to a summer-ready exterior that offers a covered outdoor living space with a wood-burning fireplace, heated infinity edge saline pool, sundeck, sunken dining area, and two-car garage. increase. Wide open lawns are wrapped in lush specimen plantings. The area is as quiet as it can be, but it’s also convenient and about equidistant from both the ocean beaches of East He Hampton and the bustling restaurants of Sag He Harbour. And the pest house is invisible.