[[Rental Registration # Pending]] This charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is nestled on a private .40-acre lot in Springs. With its soaring high ceilings, cozy fireplace, and spacious open-concept layout, this home is the perfect retreat for relaxing and entertaining. Spend quiet days lounging by the pool, or gather around the fire pit for evening s'mores. The ample outdoor space is perfect for enjoying the idyllic Hamptons weather. When you're not enjoying the tranquility of your own home, you're just a short distance from all that East Hampton has to offer. Stroll through the charming village, browse the trendy shops, or dine at world-class restaurants. With its perfect blend of comfort and style, 30 Hildreth Place is the perfect Hamptons getaway.
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