The Hamptons, on Long Island’s East End, draws visitors for its white-sand beaches, farm stands, clubs and cafes. Centuries-old hamlets recall traditional New England. “The Hamptons”—Southampton, Bridgehampton and East Hampton—has now come to mean the South Fork, up to Sag Harbor and out to Montauk lighthouse.
21 Elm Street is steps away from shopping, dining, cafes and Southampton Books. A one-mile bike ride takes you through past 1920s estates to the Atlantic Ocean and some of the US’s best beaches. Nearby are world-class wineries and museums, farm stands, Shinnecock and Peconic Bays, and pristine nature preserves. Walking distance to train and bus, with daily service from Manhattan to Montauk. Elm Street is one of the Village’s loveliest residential streets.
On the first floor of this quintessential New England cottage are a new kitchen, comfortable living room, dining room and a master bedroom with new ensuite bathroom. Upstairs are 2 large bedrooms and a new bathroom. Bedrooms have queen beds. Central “green” geothermal cooling/heating. Back porch and private lawn. Parking on driveway and on street. Furnished, with fully outfitted kitchen. Linens, towels and utensils provided.