Designer's own timeless Hamptons cottage, a stylish two-story residence in the heart of East Hampton village, is newly available for the off-season. Beautifully appointed with all modern amenities, features include an eat-in kitchen with Carrera marble countertops and high-end appliances, a front facing formal dining area surrounded by windows, and rear facing chic living room with fireplace and French doors that lead to a stone patio and heated gunite plunge pool. A total of 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms complete this sophisticated home, where high perimeter evergreen trees ensure natural privacy. A stone's throw from Newtown Lane and Main Street in East Hampton Village, as well as convenient access to the train. Voila!
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