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LOCATION: 64 Jennifer Lane, Bridgehampton, New York


BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 7 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

PRICE: $10,795,000

This newly built shingle style home is located at 64 Jennifer Lane in Bridgehampton, New York and is situated on 1.4 acres of land. 

It features approximately 9,831 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, formal living room, formal dining room with glass-enclosed wine cellar, great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, home theater, gym with steam shower & sauna, 2-car garage and more.

Outdoor features include 2 balconies, 2 patios, swimming pool with spa and a pool house with kitchenette & bathroom.

It is listed at $10,795,000.


  • Melissa Hollingsworth

    At first I thought these were renderings, but closer examination says no. It’s just a stunning house on stunning land.

    I’m especially taken with the wine room right off of the dining room. It seems so obvious in retrospect, and yet hardly anyone does it.Lots of other nice touches, too. I’m not crazy about the master bath, but nothing’s perfect.


  • horselips

    It’s miserable. Small, squat, featureless fireplaces, low 11 foot ceilings, flat unadorned walls, very plain windows, no mention of an appropriate home office, and a big-whoop 2 car garage (!). You’d think that for almost eleven million dollars they’d have sprung for a lousy 40K elevator (just in case grandma comes to visit) and a decent Jacuzzi spa for the master bath instead of that livestock watering trough they call a tub. No attached alfresco facilities – just a ‘pool house’ – seriously, a decently sized, well-equipped loggia would have been nice. The kitchen cabinetry is unremarkable. Sadly, I can’t see where the architect designed anything unique or even mildly interesting, and I can’t see, outside of a little ceiling trim, anywhere the builder went out of his way to embellish anything. As a result, I don’t see eleven million, maybe, with enough single-malt Scotch, I might see a quarter of that.


  • Andy Harriman

    Beautiful. Not everyone likes ornate.