As we are in Manhattan, the last official weekend of the summer and house-to-house demand, all reports are about to leave the city, properties like this mansion in the Humpts have even more appeal. The luxurious, glass-stained beach estate would be an ideal reason to make the beach permanent. It is $ 52 million in green.
Situated on 2.55 acres of land in Sleepy Wainscot – neighbors include Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Spielberg and Alec and Hilaria Baldwin – this architectural gem boasts over 230 feet of toe sand beach for itself.
Designed by local architects-to-the-stars, Barnes Coy, the 11,000-square-foot retreat stands out for its striking inverted-pyramid roof design, Ecker glass, and three different “pavilion” living spaces.
Aviation Parts entrepreneur 55-year-old David Susser and his wife Marla reportedly paid $ 16.5 million for the prized lot in 2015 and spent the next three years working with builders Mayfair Construction to build their dream home.
Wainscott’s aptly named Beach Lane leads to the security gate with a long, crisp gravel driveway that leads you to the home’s magnificent, spacious glass entrance.
Hop on the lift, or climb the outer stairs or the inner stair into the main, open-plan great room and prepare to release your jaw. With its wall of tempered glass 22 feet high, all you see is a cinemascope vista of the crashed Atlantic.
The centerpiece of the space is a huge granite chimney that takes up more than half the width of the room. If that inverted pyramid roof was not visually dramatic enough, the rich teak that it covers only enhances the quiet Scandinavian vibe of the house.
At the other end of this cavernous, the gold-bowl is replaced by a sleek, German Balthup-designed kitchen with high-end Gugneau, Sub-Zero and Mile equipment. The marble backsplash, which looks like crashing waves, is nothing short of a piece of art.
With its three “pavilions”, the house has the feeling of a resort or family complex. The east wing has a stunning master suite, with dual bathrooms, capacitive walk-in closets, and a bedroom with double-height windows that offer greater ocean views.
The third pavilion has five spacious bedrooms on the upper level, with a spacious gym, sauna and steam room with a staircase, as well as a RE room with a TV room, weight bar and pool table.
For golf lovers who wish to warm-up for a round at the nearby nine-hole Poxabog Golf Course, this lower level also features a golf room with a large screen simulator.
Two staff suites and a garage for four vehicles are also part of this angular wing, which has an ocean liner bow look, with the outer walls of teak and triangular windows.
The house is built around a habitat, has a sea-facing high terrace, a 72-foot long infinity-edge pool and endless space for sun loungers, sofas, tables and chairs. The entire deck is made of beautiful Ip wood planing.
For the pool side al fresco dining, a large covered space on one side comes with a full outdoor kitchen, dining table and shaded sofa.
To require an ancient Wainscot beach-town permit – take the private walkway of the house that passes through grass dunes. A short stroll east leads you to the exclusive and very private 290-acre Georgica Pond Lagoon with the owners of their A-list home.
Despite the property’s ambitious $ 52 million asking, listing agent Gary DeParsia of the Corcoran Group is of great interest. The Hamptons real estate market is on fire right now as more New Yorkers see fewer reasons to live and work in the city.
Watch this home video, and see more photos below.
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