According to a recent edition of Dan's Paper, work on the much-disputed Bull's Head Inn, which is located on the northeast corner of Montauk Highway and the Sag Harbor Turnpike, will begin this fall. For a while, the circa 1843 structure was a candidate for demolition. But those days are behind us: the building will ultimately become a 10 room inn with a barn-turned-spa, a lap pool, conference space, and several detached guest houses. In its beginning stages, the project was contested for several zoning issues and the prospect of added congestion. Today, however, with two of the inn's neighbors—the Nathaniel Roger's house and the old liquor store—slated for complete overhauls, people are more eager to bring the historic property up to par. All in all, expect great things (and some controversy!) from this place in the next few months.
· The Transformation of Bridgehampton [Dan's]
· All Bull's Head Inn Coverage [Curbed Hamptons]