Sited on 2 acres, south of the highway in Bridgehampton, is this understated light filled home, available for the first time.The former residence of a noted artist, the main house has four bedrooms and three baths with the master and small bedroom/library on main floor. There are three additional bedrooms and bath on the second floor. The kitchen is spacious and well equipped and opens up to a patio with picnic table. The living/dining rooms have high ceilings and glass doors opening out to the deck and salt water heated pool and outdoor shower. Beyond the pool is the studio where there is a spacious sitting area with a TV, half bath and outdoor shower. Outside the barn is a lovely vegetable garden.
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