The historic Bridge Hampton homes, which have been brought to life by major renovations in recent years, are on the market. Offering $ 28.5 million, the 25 Quimby Lane home is listed by Frank Newbold and Beate V. Moore of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Formerly known as Palmer Cottage, the house was originally built in 1700 by Albert and Cornelia Palmer. In the 19th century, the property was leased to inventor EE Quimby, a patent attorney who later sold lightning rods. He eventually bought 32 acres of surroundings and built a country road and family compound in his name. The house was rebuilt in cottage style in 1902 and expanded to include a third floor with sea views.
Chris Mitchell, former publisher Vanity fair, And former editor-in-chief Pilar Guzmán Condé Nast Traveler In 2019, the co-founder of the social platform The Swell purchased a home currently set on 2.33 acres with a gate. They oversaw a major refurbishment and restoration effort in the eyes of the experts of Sag Harbor-based architect Anne Sherry.
The house had been stripped of its historic features by its former owner, The couple said Bloomberg They are on the market by announcing their home. They were inspired by their original look, Guzman said. “We said we wanted to add a wing and make it bigger, but it looks like it has been” organically “expanded over time.
Featuring a covered front porch, the house features high-quality, high-style custom design throughout a four-story 12,000-square-foot living space, including a fully completed lower floor. During the refurbishment, they discovered a 30-foot-long piece of wood that was used as a vertical support and used it as a tie for the room and as a ceiling detail. Bloomberg paper.
Ensuite has 10 bedrooms and 11.5 bathrooms. Bathrooms are fitted with Carrara Bianco marble and Lefroy Brooks fixtures.
The spacious, sunny rooms have lift-cut white oak floors and handmade mahogany windows. It has a separate living room and dining room.
Open-concept kitchens and family rooms are places where most gatherings are likely to take place. Paonazzo Caldia marble countertops and slab walls, a 16-foot central island, handmade brass porcelain cabinets, and a kitchen with Gaggenau appliances.
In addition, there is a spa, steam room, wine room, fitness studio and home theater.
On-site facilities include a 50-foot heated pool, Har-Tru tennis courts and a fun pavilion. There is a 20-foot dining table in the alley of Side.
There are also two carriage sheds and a separate studio building.
The property is located on the corner of Quimby Lane and Ocean Road, just minutes from downtown Bridgehampton or the straight beach at the end of Ocean Road, but close to the village of Sagaponack. The property also has access to Sag Pond.
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