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Villa in East Hampton
Chic Modern Oasis
Lush, green, and private, this modern oasis connects you to nature. Impeccably decorated, the serene estate recently underwent a renovation that left the interior with a sleek, natural palette, textured accent rugs, artful fixtures, and soft wooden décor. Located in the heart of East Hampton, you’re just a short 5-minute drive away from town where you’ll find beaches, lakes, and verdant vineyards. A multitude of windows set the interior ablaze during the brightest times of day, exuding a light and airy atmosphere. Flowing common spaces connect to the rest of the home; there are plenty of seating areas to gather around with the whole crew or to intimately converse in a small group. Sumptuous, sugar-white sofas invite you to take a seat in front of the roaring living room fireplace—perhaps with a cup of hot cocoa in hand? From the mahogany deck, stroll down the landscaped backyard to reach the heated saltwater pool.  The 2-acre property features its own trails that wind their way through a dense forest. Endless beach shorelines, swaying ocean tides, and a lush nature reserve are less than 2 miles north; a tranquil walk or jog from the house. Rent a bike in nearby Amagansett and cycle around to various museums, parks, and squares. A trip to Sag Harbor will complete your stay with a selection of seaside restaurants serving the freshest fare and local wines.  Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM First floor • Bedroom 1 - Master: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Walk-in closet, Television • Bedroom 2: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television • Bedroom 3: 3 Twin size beds, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower Ground floor • Bedroom 4: Queen size bed, Access to hallway bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Private balcony • Bedroom 5: Double size bed, Twin size bed, Access to hallway bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television Additional Bedding • Spare Room: Sofa bed FEATURES & AMENITIES • Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar • Dishwasher • Ice maker • Formal dining area with seating for 8 • Wood-burning fireplace • Wi-Fi • Cable television • Central air conditioning • Heating • Washer/Dryer • Iron/Ironing board OUTDOOR FEATURES • Terrace • Salt-water swimming pool - heating included • Barbecue • Alfresco dining with seating for 8 • Outdoor furniture • Parking - 4 spaces STAFF & SERVICES Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Pre-stocking • Activities and excursions • Private chef • Spa services • Housekeeping • Airport transfer
$900 per night
Villa in Amagansett
Deep Woods Dwelling
Pick a book from the library and find a shady spot under a tree at this secluded Hamptons house in Amagansett. Wander the gardens and sip your morning tea while the kids splash around in the pool. Later, take some time for yourself in the sauna or catch a flick in the media room. Then, head out for a fresh lobster dinner followed by drinks at a hotel bar on East Hampton’s bustling Main Street.  Nestled into the woods, this traditional shingle house shows off authentic Hamptons style from the peaked roof to the hardwood floor. Inside, you’ll appreciate beachy-vibes, with a relaxing color palette, plenty of natural sunlight, and a breezy, open-concept layout. If you’re keeping with work, or working out, there’s a cozy library/office and a state of the art home gym. Outside, gather the group for a barbecue and grill up something fresh from the Farmer’s Market. After, sip cocktails around the fire pit or move the party inside to try your luck at the poker table.  Start the next morning on the beach. In Amagansett, you’ll have a few options. If you’re traveling with kids, the roped-off beach at Albert’s Landing is best for swimming. If you’re looking for a spot to rent an umbrella, work on your tan, or hang out at the bar, Atlantic Beach is the spot. Later, walk the Jackson Pollock paint-splattered floors of Pollock-Krasner House on a guided tour.  Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Master: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with jetted bathtub/shower combo, Walk-in closet, Television, Desk • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television • Bedroom 3: King size bed, Access to hallway bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television • Bedroom 4: King size bed, Shared access to hallway bathroom with bedroom 5, Stand-alone shower, Television, Desk • Bedroom 5: Queen size bed, Shared access to hallway bathroom with bedroom 4, Stand-alone shower, Television, Desk Additional Bedding • Spare Room: Double size sofa bed FEATURES & AMENITIES • Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar • Dishwasher • Ice maker • Formal dining area with seating for 12 • Wi-Fi • Smart TV • Cable television • Integrated sound system • Gym • Sauna • Wood-burning fireplace • Heating • Washer/Dryer • Iron/Ironing board OUTDOOR FEATURES • Terrace • Swimming pool - heating at extra cost, pool available between Memorial Day to Labor Day • Barbecue • Alfresco dining with seating for 8 • Fire pit • Driveway parking - 8 spaces STAFF & SERVICES Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Private chef • Housekeeping • Laundry service • Villa pre-stocking • Airport transfer • Activities & excursions LOCATION Points of Interest • 5 minute drive to Main Street East Hampton • 10 miles to Sag Harbor Golf Course • 11 miles to Bridgehampton • 12 miles to Sag Harbor Beach Access • 3 minute drive to Fresh Pond Park • 7 minute drive to Napeague Ocean Beach • 7 minute drive to Indian Wells Beach Airport • 8.6 miles to East Hampton Airport (HTO) • 97 miles to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
$1,386 per night
Villa in Southampton
Meadow Estate
Contemporary vaulted villa near Flying Point Beach
$1,100 per night

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Villa in Bridgehampton
Beautiful Bridgehampton
$5,500 per night
Villa in Sag Harbor
Contemporary Waterfront Paradise
$9,000 per night
Villa in Southampton
Southampton Historic
$4,000 per night
Villa in Amagansett
Amagansett Beach House
$2,714 per night
Villa in Wainscott
Stylish Wainscott Shingle
$1,629 per night
Villa in Southampton
Southampton Charm
$2,242 per night
Villa in Wainscott
Georgica Pond Grandeur
$1,938 per night
Villa in East Hampton
Skimhampton Road
$4,071 per night
Villa in Southampton
Wooded Oasis in Southampton
$2,400 per night
Villa in Southampton
Southampton Village Luxury bike to ocean beaches
$1,000 per night
Home in Sagaponack
Erica's Lane
$8,404 per night
Home in Bridgehampton
Bridgehampton Gem
$6,142 per night

All about The Hamptons

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Manhattan in the summer – 85 degrees and more than a million and a half other hot, sweaty bods cramping your style? It’s no wonder NYC’s well-heeled residents hightail it to the Hamptons every chance they get from May all the way through to October, retreating to homes that stand out as some of the most expensive real estate in the country. The postcard-pretty villages along the east end of Long Island’s South Fork, with their shingle houses and New England feel, are strung along roads dotted with farm stands and no-frills seafood joints – a reminder of the farming and fishing history of this now high-end hideaway. Wide-open Atlantic beaches, rolling vineyards, and a thriving artistic community are other draws in this perfectly civilized playground.

American art

The sense of space and magnificent, windswept landscapes of the Hamptons have long been a magnet for artists, who have flocked to the east end to escape cramped New York lofts and to take inspiration from the wild and beautiful scenery. In the late 19th century, American Impressionists set up studios here, and in the mid-20th, now-legendary names of the New York School headed this way, among them Roy Lichtenstein and Willem and Elaine de Kooning.

Perhaps the most famous of the bunch is Jackson Pollock, he of the giant, paint-splattered canvases, and if you head out to East Hampton you can visit the house where he created his abstract expressionist masterpieces. In 1945, Pollock married fellow artist Lee Krasner and moved to the Hamptons from New York City. Their home is now the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, and the barn where Pollock splashed about still bears witness to his creativity – the studio floor is covered with evidence of the messy forging of Autumn Rhythm, Convergence, Blue Poles and many of his other works painted between 1946 and 1952.

Further west in Water Mill, the Parrish Art Museum is a repository for more than 2,600 works, ranging from early 19th-century landscape paintings through American Impressionism and into the 20th and 21st centuries. Founded in 1898 by a New York lawyer, Samuel Longstreth Parrish, to house his collection of Italian Renaissance paintings and sculptures, the museum was originally housed in a late 19th-century building in Southampton, but in 2012 it reopened in its current Herzog & de Meuron-designed home just a few miles down the road. The massive, barn-like structure provides 12,200 square feet of exhibition space in which to display the museum’s collection of mostly American art, and there’s a cafe and open studio sessions where kids can create artworks inspired by the pieces on display.

Family fun

Speaking of kids, there’s plenty for families to do out east too. Hank's Farmstand in Southampton and Pumpkintown in Water Mill combine a good ol’ down-home farmstead and a corn-and-pumpkin-themed play park to cover the summer and fall seasons. At the farm stand, there’s sweetcorn, berry and apple picking, as well as local produce to buy. Come fall, Pumpkintown is a riot of orange with a huge range of activities. There’s a towering corn maze to get lost in, wagon and tractor-train rides, calf roping, cow milking, duck and pig races and more, plus hot, buttery roasted corn and addictively good cider donuts.

For something both fun and educational, take the rugrats along to The South Fork Natural History Museum & Nature Center. Here there’s a marine touch tank where kids can learn about the inhabitants of the local waters, holding sea stars, crabs, urchins, and whelks. Outside are the colorful Native Butterfly and Wildflower Gardens, and visitors can take nature walks through the 40-acre Vineyard Field Preserve bordering the museum, and explore the six-mile trail system of the Long Pond Greenbelt, skirting interconnected ponds and wandering through woods and wetlands stuffed with rare plants and animals.

Fruit of the vine

In the Hamptons, rosé rules, and a Long Island wine industry is growing to slake the thirst of all those summer sippers. Croteaux Vineyard, up in the historic North Fork town of Southold, dedicates its entire output to the pink stuff and is the only vineyard in the United States to do so. Stop by its tasting barn, which opens onto a pretty courtyard and serves the vineyard’s Provence-inspired wines – but hurry, one the year’s stock is sold, the winery closes until the start of the new season the following year.

The Wolffer Estate & Vineyard in Sagaponack is another top viticulture destination. The estate – once a potato farm – serves award-winning wines, and sunset on a Friday evening at the alfresco wine stand, overlooking the vines while enjoying live music and sipping Summer in a Bottle Rosé, Noblesse Oblige sparkling or Wolffer Cuvee Cider is a great way to kick off the weekend.

Experience the luxury of our Hamptons rentals

Whether you’re heading to the Hamptons in the height of summer to hit the beach and feast on fish surfside (Coopers Beach and East Hampton Main Beach are both doozies), or coming in the fall to gorge on all that glorious harvest produce, there’s a Hamptons town, village or hamlet that’s just right.

Southampton homes

For a taste of old money Hamptons, our houses to rent in Southampton are just the ticket. Sample the delights of the season then head home to your sprawling manor house by the ocean with its swimming pool, hot tub, and balcony perfect for a sit-n-sizzle barbecue as the sun sinks below the horizon.

Homes in Sag Harbor

The old whaling port of Sag Harbor has come a long way from its salty seafaring days, and our Sag Harbor rentals offer modern luxury for a leisurely vacation. Chill out among the shingled windmills and dramatic sand dunes, seek treasure in the lovely old antique shops or just make the most of a gorgeous rental with a gather-round fire pit in its languid grounds and light-filled, beautifully furnished rooms.

Homes in Water Mill

One of the smaller villages, Water Mill is a sleepy hamlet on the route between Southampton and East Hampton. Our Water Mill rentals allow you to make the most of the serene seclusion, playing tennis on your private court perhaps, lounging by the pool sipping a chilled glass of rosé or sitting with your daydreams in the steam room.