You can't get much more old-school Hamptons than this 2 acre estate in the East Hampton Village. Designed by renowned architect, William B. Tuthill?best remembered as the designer of Carnegie Hall?the 1891 Queen Anne-style home "[evokes] the grandeur of a bygone era." The 3-story, 14,000 sq. ft. "summer cottage" includes 14 full bedrooms, 10 baths, a chef’s kitchen, parlor, sunroom, game room/office, third-story dome room, staff quarters, 6 period fireplaces, glass leaded windows, and a grand staircase.
If you're in East Hampton next weekend, you'll have the opportunity to see this residence for yourself. The East Hampton Historical Society Annual House Tour is not only hosting its Opening Night Cocktail Party here, but it also one of the five home selected for the tour.
· Listing: Historic Charles H. Adams Estate [Sotheby's]
· Listing: 30 Lee Avenue, East Hampton [Corcoran]
· 2011 East Hampton House Tour Benefiting The East Hampton Historical Society Announced [Hamptons.com]