This traditional shingle style waterfront home is located on Chauncey Close in East Hampton, NY. It is situated on 2.44 acres with 179.4 feet of water frontage overlooking Georgica Cove. It was designed by architects Zwirko & Ortmann and built in 1997 by Caramagna Builders. It features over 7,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, living room with bay windows, circular formal dining room, library, circular sunroom, gourmet country kitchen with fireplace and adjoining breakfast room, circular conservatory, recreational room and more. The grounds boast a 60 foot swimming pool nad pool house. It is listed at $23,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Another day, another quaint shingle-style home in the Hamptons for $20 million+.




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    • Jeff P.

      Inorite? Good thing I’ll never be tempted to plop down my Mega Millions winnings on a house like this or a penthouse like Steve Wynn’s. I’ll take the 200+ acres in the country with a fun, liveable house and a horse farm any day.




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      • Daniel

        Ehhhhh…I’m a South Florida guy so I’d end up blowing my money on an acre on the beach or Intracoastal 😉




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  • lambskin

    What is that realtor thinking? Poor quality pictures and crappy staging for a $23M listing. It looks like the owners have moved out and took all the best furniture and art and what is left is strewn about the place to fill gaps-even with outdoor furniture. Hamptons screams outdoor living, pool and beach and the backyard photo shows a closed pool in the rain. The house is beautiful.




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    • Mak

      Spot on comment. That pool pic makes that feature look just pathetic.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think the house itself is lovely. As has been noted, the pics and (hopefully) staged decor are truly awful.




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  • rob

    Beautiful and boring. Like a lot of people with money for this thing.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Shingle is just not my style at all……..AT ALL!




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    • NOVA Ben

      You really need to be clearer with your opinions….do you or do you not like shingle homes?




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    • Jeff P.

      I have heard that most of the new builds in the Hamptons have to conform to very strict local codes governing appearance. So these are probably coerced shingles. lol




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      • Limedaiquar

        Haha NOVA. -__-

        And Jeff I love the location of the Hamptons but I’d much rather live in Greenwich if I’m gonna have to have a shingle home. Reminds me of Nantucket, bleh.




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        • Limedaiquar

          I like Greenwich, Sands Point, Kings Point, Old Westbury, any of those more than the Hamptons.




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  • Sam

    I would love to live in the Hampton’s but this is not really the way I would go about it. For starters, all of the photos look mismatched as if they’ve been taken at different days / months of the year. The only nice thing is the location, kitchen and circular dinning room. All Hampton’s homes seem to look far too similar now though I would find it hard telling one all-kitchen apart from another.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well, keeping in mind that building anything OTHER than shingle style homes in the Hamptons is pretty much sacrilege, this is pretty decent. Aforementioned poor staging and picture quality aside, this looks like a pretty comfortable and understated home. I’d prefer it as a second home rather than my primary residence, but it looks pretty nice to me. I will NEVER get used to Hamptons pricing, of course.




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  • James

    Its verry umm what is the word im looking for? Modest,quaint looking,dated… its not what i would expect for the Hamptons…




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