The Amagansett home of Alec Baldwin was just listed exclusively with Saunders & Associates, represented by Scott Bradley and Michael Cinque. Rightfully, high-profile properties like the Baldwin residence attract a lot of attention, but 335 Town Lane’s exceptionally rare and special building opportunities may prove even more compelling.
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in Amagansett. It’s not hyperbole, 335 Town Lane is genuinely unheard of in the Hamptons,” says Scott Bradley in a release.
Simply stunning and spanning 10-acres in Amagansett’s estate section, where luxury living abounds, the hilltop property is imbued with Hamptons history—and an even more exciting future with the ability to realize an unmatched vision for a generational multi-home compound with TWO 10,000 sq. ft. estates. This two-factor opportunity cannot be replicated anywhere in the Town of East Hampton.
Well, what’s it like to live there? Just ask Alec; he would know. After all, he has lived at 335 Town Lane since 1995. In a new video announcing the property’s launch in 2024, Mr. Baldwin (yes, with his iconic voice) shared some of his memories of their life in Amagansett.
This amazing property offers endless reserve views, horseback riding, a vegetable garden, and is adjacent to Balsam Farm and the magnificent Amagansett trail system. Private access to nature and equestrian adventures, plus world-famous ocean beaches and Village living, make this the ultimate dream home for relaxation and rejuvenation in the Hamptons for generations.
“When you’re here, it’s hard to miss what makes this property so special: an absolutely stunning hilltop estate surrounded by acres of reserve with wide open skies and soft ocean breezes,” adds Scott.
Elevated Estate Living
Every detail of this impeccable cedar shingle retreat has been curated to maximize indoor/outdoor space and utilize natural light throughout the year. Elegantly entertain with a grand eat-in kitchen, dining room, movie theater, wine-tasting room, and a private wood-paneled library.
Highlighting the natural beauty, outdoor living and entertaining are emphasized by a sunny custom pavilion with a magnificent fieldstone fireplace, a western-facing 20’x50′ gunite pool and spa, and a fenced vegetable garden. Plus, 1,276 +/- sq. ft. of covered porches and 2 upper-level balconies overlooking the reserve to the south.
Approved Expansion Plans
The existing 5-bedroom modern farmhouse home has architectural plans for expansion with 2 more bedrooms, plus a formal dining room, sunroom, and large screened-in porch. Additionally, the SCHD has approved an upgraded septic for up to 10 bedrooms.
After considerable research by exclusive listing agents Scott Bradley and Michael Cinque of Saunders & Associates, the property’s original land deed revealed something special. “There is more than meets the eye here, a lot more—the buyer can build an entirely separate 10,000 sq. ft. home. Not to mention the unique equestrian/agricultural access afforded by the surrounding reserve.”
Scott Bradley’s excitement about this special property’s potential is clear, “A chance like this does not come to market in Amagansett, especially in a location this desirable. We’re talking about 20,000 +/- sq. ft. of living space across two large forever homes. It’s rare that a parcel presents such an accommodating canvas.”
10 Acres of Reserve
Acres of special agriculture reserve make this a nature and equestrian enthusiast’s dream getaway with a unique opportunity to cultivate the reserve or build private stables. Circled by endless trails to explore, this location continues to captivate attention as one of the most peaceful areas on the East End.
Built around 1700 and moved by oxen in 1756 this Stony Hill farmhouse was originally known as the Nathanial Baker House. Today, the historic home’s elevated and secluded location is dotted by some of Amagansett’s most exquisite estates. The special site has been desirable for generations, attracted by the serenity of the surroundings—the soft, rolling breeze carries hints of ocean spray and the staccato symphony of songbirds.
Baldwin Family Renovations
Over the years, the estate has only improved under the direction of the Baldwins, who have restored the home with renowned Hamptons builder Jeffrey Collé to reclaim the historic home’s original character. Collé is known for beautifully restoring other historic Hamptons homes, including Anne Eisenhower’s Southampton estate Keewaydin.
“The Baldwin family has truly made this their own family sanctuary without sacrificing the home’s original agricultural essence. Maintaining a historic property’s architecture and stylistic character is difficult. It requires a commitment to conservation and preservation and, in this case, an inspired eye for iterating on existing themes to produce a magnificent portrait of the past and vision of the future,” says Michael Cinque.
Today, the property embodies classic Hamptons style, bolstered by the dedicated efforts of a team that has worked on the property for almost 30 years. Since 1995, the Baldwins have trusted architect Fred Throo, interior designer Daniel Romanoff, and builder Brian Mannix to maintain this historic property with a unified vision. The commitment to history and passion for authenticity are always visible inside the home and throughout the property.
Contact Scott Bradley and Michael Cinque for more information about 335 Town Lane, Amagansett.
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson as James Scott Bradley
Cell: (516) 848-0949
MICHAEL N. CINQUE
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Cell: (631) 697-2777