New roster in the New York Hamptons looks like summer camp, but with really beautiful cabins.
Three separate homes on three plots of land on Noyac Path in Watermill, NY, are included in the price of $ 9,495,000.
The resort sits on approximately 16 acres of wooded land, secluded from all the hubbub of the Hamptons.
“When you drive through the woods and up to the second highest point in the Hamptons, it almost looks like a race car track. When you get to the house, the house is sort of perched on the highest part of the property, ”explains the listing agent, Renee gallanti.
“So you just look at it and it just creates that feeling of dread. It’s very, very private once you’re in the field.
The best of all? Owners can choose their own adventure, depending on how they want to soak up the surroundings.
“In each house you have a different experience of the forest,” explains Gallanti. “In the main house you are in the treetops looking over the treetops.”
The first guest house is nestled in the hill and directly overlooks the trees. In the second guesthouse, you’re just down the hill, she said, almost like you’re lying on the floor.
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The main house is approximately 4000 square feet. The first guesthouse is approximately 1,000 square feet and the second is approximately 1,100 square feet. The area includes a poolhouse, a tennis court and a detached garage.
“All the structures are connected by paths, so to get from one guesthouse to another you can either take these winding paths through the woods or get on a golf cart,” Gallanti explains.
She adds that the whole experience is like a summer camp.
“It feels like an adventure the whole time you’re at it,” she says.
Construction of the three houses began in the early 2000s and was completed in 2004.
The main house
The main residence spans three floors and has a beautiful roof terrace.
“From the rooftop terrace you can see the farm fields of Bridgehampton, down to the ocean,” she says. “You look from the treetops to the horizon. It’s just a rare sight.
Gallanti describes the interior of the main house as ultramodern and minimalist.
This master bedroom couldn’t easily be turned into an office or a room for other activities, she says.
“The bedroom is just the bed, with a large walk-in closet. It’s super functional, ”she explains with a laugh.
The main bathroom has a separate toilet and a steam shower. The other two bedrooms also have private bathrooms.
As she describes it, you have “everything you need and nothing you don’t”.
The cuisine is pretty much the same: simple and efficient. For those who hate bulkiness and love clean lines, this is the ultimate.
“At first glance, it might seem very basic, but everything you need is there,” says Gallanti. “It’s a true purist and modern design. “
There is no attempt, she says, to mix up different styles to try and appeal to everyone.
However, “if you are a modernist at heart,” she says, “then this will blow your mind. “
This does not mean that there is no room for luxury. The temperature-controlled wine cellar can hold several hundred bottles.
“This property has a lot of lounging space and a lot of entertaining space,” adds Gallanti. “The owners have great dinners and you don’t have a wine cellar like this if you are not a wine lover.”
The glass house
Just down the path from the main house is the first guest house, aka “The Glass House“. Leaning against a hill, it is a mixture of glass and concrete.
It has a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a living and dining area.
“Two sides are just glass and the back wall is actually tucked into the hill,” Gallanti explains.
It’s a cube within a cube, with curtains to close the windows if necessary.
“The way the architects designed it, you can have privacy. It’s kind of a revelation when you approach from behind, ”she explains.
The second guesthouse, known as the Bunkhouse, is the larger of the two guesthouses and is built with more wood and cement than glass.
It has three bedrooms, including a master bedroom with private bathroom, and a shared bathroom for the other two bedrooms. The full kitchen is fitted with a Viking stove and substantial living space.
The lower level has a gym and an office space.
While the first guesthouse is nestled in a hill, it offers a different perspective.
“The Bunkhouse is cantilevered over the hill,” Gallanti explains, with the sloping ground below. “So as you watch it, it looks like it’s kind of floating above the woods below.”
Along the way is the poolhouse, which has a gunite pool, gunite spa, outdoor shower and fire pit, perfect for campfire s’mores and storytelling. ghost stories.
“It’s breathtaking. When you sit by the pool, it has an infinite edge that makes it look like it is sinking straight into the woods, ”Gallanti explains.
An outdoor kitchen is equipped with a pantry, large refrigerator, wet bar and dining area. Next to the pool bathroom is a utility room, so you don’t have to drag the towels back and forth.
“It’s a path or a golf cart away from the main house,” Gallanti explains.
The design of these recreation spaces is ingenious, she says.
“It kind of takes all the guests out of their house to another location. “
All noisy pool equipment is housed in a basement under the poolhouse, promoting silence.
“Here you can sit by the pool, and it’s incredibly peaceful,” says Gallanti, adding that it takes a little while for people to realize that they don’t hear the purring of all pool machines.
Gallanti says the perfect buyer could be someone who appreciates modern architecture and seeks privacy at the heart of it all.
“It’s super central. It’s right in the middle of everything. You can go anywhere and do whatever you want in the Hamptons, ”she said. “But if you are looking for that kind of private, leisurely adventure, this is the only list available.”