One of the most striking things about the Hamptons, aside from the gorgeous beaches, is the beautiful, yet hidden real estate that seems to be on almost every corner that peeks out from behind the manicured hedges. Luckily, for all of us who have wondered what these dazzling estates look like on the inside, the wait is over! This summer, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center is making curious Hamptonites dreams come true, as they present their 2016 House and Garden Tour.
The tours will span across several East End villages on Friday, July 29th, starting at 11 a.m., and will invite guests into the abodes so they feel like welcome friends in these beautiful homes, where participants will have full access to all of the stunning grounds on the tour.
“You’ll feel like an invited guest as you admire the beautiful décor and marvel at the resplendent architectural designs,” shared Clare Bisceglia, Executive Director of WHBPAC. “Outdoors, expect to see richly colored gardens over stunning landscapes amid majestic ocean views.”
Included on the tour are the stunning homes at 18 Duck Point in Remsenburg, 92 Beach Lane in Westhampton Beach, 8 Bay Meadow Lane in Westhampton, and 43 Homans Avenue in Quogue.
People looking to partake in the tours have two options. The first option is the Tour and Luncheon package, which costs $125 and includes a delicious lunch at the architecturally winning Quogue Club at Hallock House prior to the tour. Those looking to enjoy lunch can chose from three times, 11:30 a.m., 12:45 p.m., or 2 p.m.
The second package on the other hand, which costs $75, gives eager beavers the chance to forgo lunch and get right to the tours. This tour will start at 11 a.m.
No children under six-years-old will be allowed on the tours.
For more information on the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, visit www.whbpac.org. To buy tickets for the 2016 House and Garden Tour, visit web.ovationtix.com.