Over the last year, the current owner of these four cottages on a Halsey Lane compound in Bridgehampton has been dedicating time and energy to their restoration. The four cottages were originally built in 1927, and their recent renovation aims to bring the history of the homes and the local area to the forefront of the design.
The total compound could be yours for $5,995,000, listed under Corcoran Group Real Estate agents Cee Scott Brown and Jack Pearson.
Between the four structures—which includes a main house, a pool house, a carriage house, and a guest house—there are nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms in total. The main house is host to five of those bedrooms, while three sit in the guest house, and one in the carriage house.
As far as space is concerned, there’s 4,650 square feet between all of the homes on three-quarters of an acre at 137 & 143 Halsey Lane.
Features of the property include a two-car garage and home theater found off the carriage house, a heated gunite pool, wisteria-covered pergola, and patio space for lounging, dining, or entertaining.
Interiors have been designed by local Sag Harbor entrepreneur, Mona Nerenberg. Nerenberg owns Bloom, a boutique that sells home decor and has attracted buyers like Martha Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow.
We love the Hamptons-esque simplicity of the designs. While technically the property is located south of the highway, it’s still about two and a half miles from the closest ocean beach off Ocean Road. The property is quite close to the highway, but is in immediate proximity to village shops, which is a bonus.
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