This newly built oceanfront home is located at 187 Dune Road in Bridgehampton, NY. It boasts 10,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. It is listed at $34,000,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Absolutely stunning and most incredibly custom built oceanfront on the market today! With spectacular views of both Mecox Bay and Ocean, this unique property was impeccably built. ($1600 per sq foot construction), all cutting edge. This home is a multi-story modern interpretation cedar shingle home with historic references and details. The base of house is quarried French limestone that has been hand fitted, interior walls are fully clad in walnut paneling and entire beach side and 2nd floor bay side of house is made from oversized mahogany framed glass sliding walls which open fully. The ceiling is of particular note, fully clad in walnut Gouge panels creating a monolithic reference to the ocean and the beach. Bulthaup kitchen, all Michael Reilly custom windows and doors, plus an amazing front entrance which features a woven bronze and walnut front door with large-scaled basket weave design. Some other unique details include. master bathroom of white glass slabs with blue onyx accents and a western turret, round spa tub room with zinc hot tub, floors in river rock and fully retractable curved windows and a glass roof. Pool area features a glass bridge over pool with dining area on top, clear infinity edge hot tub cantilevered off the pool on the ocean side with beautiful views of ocean and amazing sunset views over Mecox bay! Also included is 250′ by 15′ property on Mecox Bay with private dock! A spectacular 10,000 sq ft masterpiece with much more and every amenity imaginable which should not be missed by an discriminating buyer looking for perfection on the ocean!

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  • Daniel

    Yuck. Exterior is disgusting, and that’s putting it mildly. Interior is a little better, but not by much. The living room is terribly dark and very 1970s. Sad to have such a dark room with such a great view. Master bath is nice and so is the pool.




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  • Grrrowler

    How…odd. The exterior would be so much better without that silly turret. Inside, I like the master bathroom, although it’s not really that unusual, and that’s about it. The rest should be made to go away. The location is great and I get the price based on the ocean-front location, but for the money I’d want something attractive.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I actually like this quite a bit. I think what makes parts of the interior so overwhelming is that the wood is EVERYWHERE. If the ceilings were done a little differently, I think it would lighten things up a lot. With that stipulation, I like the home a lot. The exterior could be more inspiring, but it’s not too bad to me. For a contemporary, I really like the kitchen and baths a lot, which is unusual for me.

    This makes a much bigger impression on me than the LA contemporary from earlier.




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  • mak

    I don’t know if its worth 34M, but it certainly is a statement.




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  • John L.

    That turret pretty much ruins the exterior. What a shame. Love the interior though.




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