Location: Further Lane, East Hampton, NY

Square Footage: 17,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 10 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms

Price: $35,000,000

This fairly new estate is located on Further Lane in the Further Lane Farm compound in East Hampton, NY. It was built in 2010 and is situated on 5.8 acres (2.2 acre building lot plus exclusive use of 3.6 acre open-space reserve). It was designed by renowned architect John B. Murray and built by Peter Hammer. The traditional style shingle mansion features approximately 17,000 square feet of living space with 10 bedrooms and 12 full and 5 half bathrooms. The 1st floor features formal living and dining rooms, den, butler’s pantry with wet bar, gourmet kitchen, informal dining room, enclosed porch and garages. The 2nd floor features the master suite with private home office and 5 additional bedroom suites. The lower level has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, recreation/media room, gym and a laundry room. Outdoor features include balconies, swimming pool, pool house with BBQ area, basketball court and a sunken tennis court.


  • Daniel

    What a boring house. Looks like it’s in the middle of Kansas. God the Hamptons is overrated.


  • opinionfree

    Nothing new on this one. It’s the normal Hampton’s house. It’s understated and expected. Disappointing because it was built in 2010. All the ‘new’ money out there and still no confidence to buck the staid, traditional shingle style house.
    I’d rather buy something with history down in Palm Beach. That is, if I had a spare $35M.


  • Eric2

    I do not mind the “boring” aspect that much, Far better to go with something that at least fits in, then making some concrete contemporary monstrosity in the middle of the Hamptons…

    My biggest gripe is that it simply suffers from the sin of Too Much White everywhere . I swear people on the East Coast must have something against a simple set of earth tones!

    Eric the Architecture Curmudgeon