Just because you're a renter doesn't mean you don't appreciate great architecture. Fortunately, the Hamptons has a rich history of noteworthy buildings. We rounded up houses to let for the summer by some of the Hamptons' best known architects through the years.
Architect: Norman Jaffe
Price: $375,000 MD-LD
The Skinny: This 8000sf oceanfront house is classic Jaffe, with extensive use of wood, glass, and stone.
Architect: Stanford White
Town: East Hampton
Price: August $30,500
The Skinny: This circa 1905 2500sf cottage was once the home of 1930 winner of the Nobel Prize in literature, Sinclair Lewis.
Architect: Grosvenor Atterbury
Price: MD-LD $235,000
The Skinny: Just down the block from the ocean, this 6300sf grande dame by Grosvenor Atterbury is set on two acres of land.
Architect: Robert AM Stern
Price: August-LD $35,000
The Skinny: Built in 1970, this oceanview house in Hither Hills is 3000sf. The property includes an artist studio on its 1.5 acres.
Architect: Andrew Geller
Price: August-LD $45,000
The Skinny: Close to the ocean in the Amagansett Dunes, this is a later work by Geller; 1540sf in .67 of an acre.
Architect: Peter Cook
Price: MD-LD $495,000
The Skinny: This 7000sf oceanfront house, with great views, was built in 1996 on 1.5 acres and offers a private cinema room.
Architects: Barnes Coy
Town: North Haven
Price: August-LD $150,000
The Skinny: This modern shingle style bayfront house is 4000sf, set on 1.7 acres, and is adjacent to a wildlife sanctuary in North Haven Manor.
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