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4 Hamptons rentals with wine cellars

These homes have plenty of room to store all the wine that you’ll drink this season

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The East End of Long Island has become known for its wineries and vineyards. While the land used to be used mostly for farming, especially potatoes, in recent years wine has taken over.

Many renters enjoy indulging in local wine—or really any wine for that matter. So Curbed has compiled four incredible summer rentals that feature wine cellars or rooms.


Saunders

This Sagaponack home has seven bedrooms, 10 full baths, one half-bath, and sits at 11,760-square-feet. So there is definitely plenty of room in this home. On almost two acres of land, there’s lots of space to stretch out outside, too.

The wine cellar features brick walls and, by the looks of it, could hold way more wine than one summer will allow anyone to drink.

The home features six fireplaces, a swan oak library, home theatre, gym, steam room and sauna, and even an elevator. Outside, there’s a saltwater pool, spa, and tennis court.

For Memorial Day to Labor Day, the home will cost $500,000. For just July, that rate goes down to $165,000, and for August to Labor Day, it’ll be $250,000.


The home at 280 Highland Terrace in Bridgehampton sits at 8,600-square-feet on 2.2 acres of land. It’s suited for hosting, with 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.

This home’s wine room is a bit more casual than the previous home, with what looks to be a room right off the staircase. A room this size is probably more appropriate if one is planning on renting just for the season. But hey, some people really like their wine. And if they need a full cellar, they need a full cellar.

Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool, spa, tennis court, and pool house. There are also both covered and uncovered entertaining areas.

The home is available to rent for the season. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the rental will cost $650,000.


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This Bridgehampton estate is 9,200-square-feet on 1.4 acres of land. The home features nine bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom. The property is gated and, as described in the listing, “totally private.”

It’s right near a horse farm, so while the home may not have water views, it does have horse farm views. And that can be just as serene as water views. Though, yes, horse farm views aren’t as desirable as water views.

The finished lower level includes staff rooms, a home theatre, gym, and—of course—the wine cellar. The wine cellar here is not too big and not too small. There’s also an elevator in the home.

The estate is the only one on our list that isn’t available to rent for the entire season. For just July, the rental will cost $250,000. For August to Labor Day, it’ll be $275,000. And for any two weeks in the season, it’ll be $175,000.


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At 7,900-square-feet, this Bridgehampton home is the smallest home featured here. But on 4.74 acres of land, it’s on the largest lot.

With six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms, this home has the least amount of space for guests, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any room to entertain here. Outside, there is a covered dining area with a fireplace, making the space great for dinners in the evening by the pool with a waterfall.

And with a wine cellar that size, there’s definitely space to hold all the wine options to pair with whatever meal the future renter will be serving.

This is also the least expensive home to rent for the entire season, at $300,000 for Memorial Day to Labor Day. For just August to Labor Day, it’ll cost $200,000.