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Stunning new-build in East Hampton with water views seeks $17.5M

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The finished lower level has a glass-encased gym with a steam room and infrared sauna

Corcoran

A beautiful newly-constructed shingled traditional in south-of-the-highway East Hampton has just come on the market for $17.5 million under Corcoran Group’s real estate agents, Charlie Esposito and Debbie Brenneman.

From the second floor of the home, one will be able to see views over Hook Pond and, in the distance, the ocean. Interior features include white oak floors, panoramic glass sliders imported from Greece, a double-height entry, and an open floorplan.

Spanning 6,500 square feet, the home features seven bedrooms—of which, the master suite hosts two bathrooms, a closet with high-gloss enamel cabinetry and windows, an Arabescato marble fireplace, and a private waterview deck overlooking Hook Pond.

In the kitchen, there’s a Zimbabwe granite center island, while the dining room has a smoked-mirrored wet bar. In the finished lower level, a double-sided fireplace joins a lounge room with a recreation area where there’s a billiards table, and beyond, a glass-encased home gym, plus a full steam room and an infrared sauna.

Outdoor living is complete with a heated gunite pool, spa, pool house with an outdoor shower, covered porches with retractable screens, and a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen.

Sited on 1.6 acres of land, the property is located at 20 Hook Pond Lane. It is one of the only homes available around Hook Pond right now, and one of the more expensive that are for sale in the area. Nearby, a 6,000-square-foot home at 18 Ocean Avenue from 1928 is listed for $8.25 million—but it doesn’t have water views.

The property was purchased in January of 2017 for $5.95 million.

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Hook Pond

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