This lovely old home from the early 1700s sits on nearly an acre in the Hamptons, framed by a white picket fence. The listing describes it as a “stunning vintage 3,500+ square-foot farmhouse in bucolic Sagaponack South.” Take a look!
A Farmhouse in Sagaponack Built in the 1700s
The property is listed at $6.5 million. It’s in one of the most expensive zip codes in the U.S.
The kitchen was “recently updated.”
It reminds me of the country kitchen in Renee Zellweger’s 1770s farmhouse in
Connecticut (but hers doesn’t have the beamed ceilings).
The house has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths.
This might be my favorite room of all–the enclosed porch. This is where you’d find me on sunny days:
The grounds are charming, too, with a pool house…
…and heated gunite pool:
There’s even a little “tea house:”
The listing says:
Situated on a shy acre this stunning vintage 5,000 sq. ft. farmhouse in bucolic Sagaponack South has just entered the market. The home, which was originally built in the early 1700’s, has modern amenities which blend seamlessly together with the classic farmhouse style.
As you enter the front parlor there is a dual fireplace which leads to the formal living room, separate dining room, recently updated kitchen and staff room. The master bedroom with fireplace and three additional bedroomsmake up the second floor. There is also finished media and laundry room in the lower level and the third floor of the house offers an additional two small bedrooms and bath!
Serene grounds with stunning specimen trees offer the perfect backdrop for the heated gunite pool & pool house with bath which is adjoined to the barn styled garage. The tea house which is nestled amongst the gardens is a quiet place to retreat to for afternoon tea or entertaining. Not to be missed.
It’s on the market for $6.5 million. Update: The house sold, but you can now rent it for $65,000 a month. Check the listing for details!