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Bravo’s ‘Summer House’ to film at the same Water Mill location as last summer

Neighbors claim that they weren’t notified far enough in advance of the filming location

Nest Seekers, Bravo Media / Mark Sagliocco

The third season of Bravo’s Hamptons-based reality show, Summer House, is going to be filmed in the same Water Mill rental that it was filmed at last summer, reports Page Six.

Going into the show’s third season of filming, this is the second year in a row that the cast will be at the same location. In its first season, Summer House was filmed at a house in Napeague, but they were denied a permit for filming the following summer, so they ended up in the Water Mill house.

We ran a poll earlier this year to ask our readers where they thought the show would be filmed this summer, and 22 percent of readers actually voted that they’d be at the same Season 2 Water Mill house.

Located north of the highway on Deerfield Road, the house has plenty of space for the cast with 6,500 square feet, eight bedrooms, and eight and a half bathrooms. Interiors host a wet bar in the pantry, a chef’s kitchen, balconies off three of the upstairs bedrooms, and a fully furnished basement with an entertainment center, pool table, and kitchenette.

A reality show wouldn’t be a reality show without a hot tub, but the exterior also boasts a heated gunite pool and a three-car garage.

The best feature of the property might be the fact that it’s sited on a sizable 5.2 acres of land—which would hopefully allow for privacy for the surrounding neighbors. However, neighbors in the area told Page Six that they weren’t notified in advance about the nearby filming location, where filming is set to start on June 22 and go through Labor Day. There will be an anticipated 35 people on the property during filming, which will take place for 12 hours a day or less.

The property is also available for sale for $4,195,000 under Nest Seekers agent, Geoff Gifkins.

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