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East Hampton compound on Wireless Road comes on the market for $6M

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Right outside of the village limits

All photos, Douglas Elliman

At 15 Wireless Road in East Hampton, a new compound has been built on 0.57 acres of land consisting of two homes: a main house that sits around 5,500-square-feet, and a 1,200-square-foot guest cottage. The property was developed by MAP Development, architecture by Fred Smith Architects, and interior designs by Damon Liss Designs.

The property is listed with Christopher Stewart of Douglas Elliman.

The six-bedroom, six-and a-half bathroom main house most notably features two walls of floor-to-ceiling doors in the double-height living room which accordion out to allow the future homeowner to have a true indoor-outdoor living space. On the right, there is a covered patio with an outdoor fireplace and motorized phantom screens—which would be perfect for late-night summer dinners.

On the left is the pool, patio, and garage. Interestingly enough, even the garage could be used for entertaining. There are two traditional garage spaces, contained by garage doors. But between them is a third space, covered by a cathedral roof with a light coming down from the ceiling. The space could be used to shelter a car, but given the way it opens seamlessly to the backyard, one could entertain in this space as well.

The main level of the house utilizes an open floor plan, allowing ease between the kitchen and living spaces. The kitchen has a concealed refrigerator, large center island which could double as casual dining space, and Calcutta Lincoln marble countertops.

There are first- and second-floor master suites, as well as a junior master and three more bedrooms. The bathrooms all features stellar white marble floors and handmade ceramic tiles. What’s particularly nice about the master bathroom is that—much like the rest of the house—it’s not too busy and there’s not too much. The design remains simple as the home was built from the inspiration of an easy-going summer home, but it could very well serve as a year-round residence.

The fully finished lower level extends out past the floor plan of the main house, so there is a lot of space for living, entertaining, or making guests comfortable. Features include a temperature-controlled wine room, media room, and recreational space. There’s also an additional room that could be used as a bedroom.

Additionally, the main house is wired with Sonos sound systems and Crestron Pyng home automation systems, which controls the lights, music, pool, and air systems. There are invisible speakers, which will make listening to music an experience throughout the home.

The guest cottage is only 1,200-square-feet, with three bedrooms and three-and a-half bathrooms, but the space is just right—and the finished lower level provides an additional 400-square-feet of living space. The main floor opens to a kitchen, living, and dining area with fireplace. There’s a center island in the kitchen and concealed refrigerator.

The finished lower level has decent-sized windows, making it easy to use as a living space to supplement the main floor.

The bedrooms are designed so that, while they may be small, they’re extremely livable. The closet doors slide open to allow ease of use in a smaller space. There are two bedrooms upstairs and a third on the finished lower level.

Outside, there’s a small pool, which could be used as a large spa due to its narrowness. Hedges surround the backyard, separating it from the main house.

Outside, there are green giants, upright Japanese hollies, sycamores, hydrangeas, and over 400 privets have been planted and are expected to grow four feet over the next few years.

The property is located right outside of East Hampton village limits. The asking price is $5,995,000.