16 Amy's Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937
Sited on over an acre south of the highway in East Hampton village, this estate area home showcases a timeless design. Offering four bedrooms and four and a half baths spread out over a gracious 1-level home with finished lower level. Featuring 2,700 sf+/- of bright and airy open living space, complete with a chef's kitchen, formal dining room, and a seamless indoor/outdoor flow ideal for summer living. The private grounds are impeccably landscaped, and provide a lush manicured lawn, heated gunite pool and numerous areas for al fresco lounging and entertaining. A flat 1+ acre lot in the estate area with mature landscaping is rare and an ideal spot to either expand, renovate or build the home of your dreams. Located moments from the world-class amenities and ocean beaches of East Hampton and Amagansett, this is an opportunity not to be missed!
Susan Ryan - Associate Real Estate Broker
East Hampton is well-known for its serene beaches and its charming downtown area that features preserved village architecture. It attracts an exclusive, yet low-key crowd, especially throughout the summer months and provides plenty of relaxation as well as opportunities for exploring, shopping, and fine dining.
Easthampton is a stop on the LIRR, about a 3 hour ride out from Penn Station. Another popular option is traveling via bus: the Hampton Jitney, Hampton Ambassador, and the Hampton Luxury Liner all depart from NYC (each have different levels of luxury and, therefore, differing price points). Or if you’re feeling something a little more exclusive, there’s always the option of flying in via helicopter through BLADE.
What to See/Do
In addition to its marvelous beachfronts, East Hampton’s historic Hook windmill is a must-see, and Guild Hall, its center for visual and performing arts that hosts events such as poetry readings and film screenings, is definitely worth a visit. Cedar Point Park offers both individual and organized group camping areas, and features picnic areas, fishing areas, and nature trails.
Dining & Nightlife
The 1170 House Restaurant and Inn is listed as East Hampton’s “premier fine dining location”, located in a three-story house with a charming ambiance. Another notable spot is Nick and Toni’s, one of the area’s top restaurants, featuring Italian-Mediterranean cuisine.