155 Isle Of Wight Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
Saunders Exclusive: $6,395,000
Discover an exceptional waterfront living experience in East Hampton’s coveted Lion Head Beach community in this beachfront home situated on two waterfronts. Enjoy dramatic bay views from nearly every room of this unique 4 bedroom, 3 bath home, which fronts on Gardiners Bay on one side and Swan Pond on the other, plus an adjacent 2.6 acre waterfront reserve.
“Being situated next to the reserve makes the property feel like a nature preserve,” says listing broker Ed Bruehl. Situated on 1.5 acres, the home is surrounded by nature and includes 250 feet of pristine waterfront with panoramic views. “You have stunning 180-degree water views across the bay to Gardiners Island in the east, Shelter Island in the west and straight out across Gardiners Bay and the Long Island Sound right to Connecticut,” explains listing broker Will Schumann. And there are dazzling sunsets. “It’s rare to have both a sunrise pondfront and a sunset bayfront on the same property,” Ed notes.
Extensively renovated and updated, the home features 3,000+/- sq. ft. of living space on the main floor and finished lower level. Interiors are flooded with light from multiple glass doors on two sides and lots of windows. Open living areas flow among a great room with wood-burning fireplace, dining area and kitchen with high-end stainless appliances. The master suite has its own glass doors to a deck, and a luxe bath with glass shower. Additional bedrooms also have water views. There’s a sauna in the finished lower level. Community amenities include a private marina with boat slips, a beachfront picnic area and racks for kayaks and paddle boards, as well as a gated residents-only parking lot. “It’s really all about enjoying the water here,” says Ed, “boating, fishing, standup paddle boarding, kayaking – it’s all here.” Adds Will, “For boaters, I love that a 2000′ walk down the beach will lead you to the community marina. In less than half an hour’s ride, you can be exploring Greenport or dining on Shelter Island.”
Imagine your own front-row seat to daily sunsets, the turning of the seasons and the yearly return of the osprey and swans; the convenience of docking your boat at the private marina then meandering down the shoreline to your front door; or the possibility of ice skating across the backyard pond during the winter, then relaxing with hot cocoa around a campfire on your private beach. “And on top of all the other benefits of this property,” Ed concludes, “it also has a great rental history.”
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