When the temperature heads north, Westchesterites head east. The Hamptons have long been known for their stunning architecture, waterfront properties, and variety of fresh seafood. These vacation homes are ideal for making your summers last a little longer while letting the lush life of the Hamptons linger year-round.
Tucked away in the serenity of a private waterfront community, this home offers as many opportunities for fun as it does respite. If buyers are not immediately smitten by the stunning sunset views, the house offers hardwood floors, two fireplaces, and en-suite bathrooms in not only the master but also every guest bedroom. Entertain by the pool or in the bright and airy screened porch. Stopping by in the off-season? The full library is ideal for a home office or just a quiet moment away.
Listed by Justin Agnello, Douglas Elliman
This house is heaven on earth for the avid boater. Perched on Seatuck Creek, the home has more than 370 feet of waterfront with its own private dock. The modern-style house is full of luxuries: a heated pool and spa, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open to the upper deck and showcase breathtaking views across the bay to the ocean, and an open-concept kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances. Traveling in style? The property is equipped with its own helipad.
Listed by Harald Grant, Bruce Grant, and Deirdre DeVita, Sotheby’s International Real Estate
This sprawling estate offers enough things to do (and enough room) for the entire family. Soak in the saltwater gunite pool with a built-in stone spa and waterfall. The outdoor kitchen with pergola makes the space as tranquil as it is festive. Whether you are cooking for a crowd of 50 or just yourself, the peace of the backyard will have buyers and visitors daydreaming into the night. For a cozy night in, there is a fully equipped movie theater. The double-height living area offers an astounding amount of natural light and is an interior designer’s dream.
Listed by Darius Narizzano, Saunders & Associates