If an ultra-chic chef’s kitchen is at the top of your homebuying checklist, look no further than this newly listed Hamptons mansion.
Positioned on a cul-de-sac in Sagaponack, the coastal estate was built in 1998 and is just a short stroll from the ocean. The palatial residence was recently taken down to the studs by builder John Nocera and redecorated by award-winning New York City-based designer Tamara Magel, whose work can be seen in Architectural Digest and Elle Decor, among other publications.
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Altogether, the swanky spread features four bedrooms, a whopping eight-and-a-half baths, and almost 9,000 square feet of living space. The real highlight here, however, is the kitchen, which was previously awarded the “Kitchen of the Year” title by Hamptons Cottages & Gardens.
On the market for a hefty $25 million, co-listed with Agnes Wanielista of Compass and Tal Alexander and Frederick Wallenmaier of Official, the two-story estate overlooks Sagg Pond and is backed by a sprawling 20 acres of preserved land—so you’ll have total privacy and epic, unobstructed views. Inside, the contemporary abode sports soaring 21-foot ceilings, three fireplaces, high-end fixtures, hardwood flooring, and other luxe touches.
With lots of glass doors and windows, all of the living areas are drenched in natural light. In terms of the design, think clean lines, wooden beams, and organic materials that give the place a warm, farmhouse kind of look and feel, while massive swathes of marble and glitzy brass accents take the aesthetic in a more modern direction. Some of the standout spaces include a private office that doubles as a library, a sunroom, a movie theater, a gym, and a game room.
Outside, the grounds are prepped for relaxation and would make for the perfect summer hangout. This area has been landscaped to a T and is decked out with stunning stone patios, expansive lawns, and formal gardens. Most notably, the property includes a heated 50-foot swimming pool where you can catch a glimpse of the Atlantic. There’s also a sunken, all-weather tennis court that’s lined with stacked stones, so you can enjoy a match year-round, weather permitting.
“This Sagaponack estate offers a rare and captivating combination of natural beauty, luxury, and seclusion,” writes the listing.
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