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Bridgehampton waterfront with glass breezeway and koi pond asks $8.25M

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Dreamy enough that it might make you want to write a children’s book

All photos, Sotheby’s International Realty

This waterfront Bridgehampton home that just came on the market is giving us serious storybook vibes—but not because of the architecture. The landscaping on this property is beautifully dreamy.

The home—built in 1996—is located on a one-acre parcel on Mecox Bay with 4,500 square feet of living space. The ocean is also close by.

There are five bedrooms and six full bathrooms, and a chef’s kitchen with appliances from Viking, Miele, and Thermador.

French doors are scattered throughout the home, leading out to the outdoor entertaining and living spaces.

Now, on to this landscaping. There are gardens surrounding the property with peonies, summer hydrangeas, magnolias, and wisteria, which covers the pergola over the patio.

In addition to the flora, a koi pond sits near the front of the house. A glass breezeway attaches the main house to the pool house. Right now, the breezeway is home to indoor plants, and could be easily mistaken as a greenhouse. A temperature-controlled wine cellar sits below.

Outside, there is a built-in barbecue, detached two-car garage with bonus room and full bathroom, heated gunite pool, dock, and patio with dining and entertaining space.