East Hampton Village Manor Designed by Barnes Coy Architects Asks $8M (PHOTOS)

East Hampton Village Manor Designed by Barnes Coy Architects Asks $8M

$7,995,000 | Built 2002 | 9,000 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 1.3 Acres
36 Briar Patch Road, East Hampton, New York, United States, 11937

The elegance of tradition blends beautifully with the conveniences of the contemporary lifestyle in this magical ivy-covered residence on Briar Patch Road in East Hampton’s Georgica estate area. Designed by Barnes Coy Architects and built by Ben Krupinski, this 9,000 square foot mansion is on the market for $8 million. Offering a total of 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 4 half baths, 2 laundry rooms and 7 fireplaces, the main house features French limestone floors, a grand double-height foyer, formal living and dining rooms, stately library with wet bar, eat-in kitchen with state of the art appliances and a separate butler’s kitchenette. The upper level features a luxurious master suite with a sitting room, terrace, and a two-storey panelled circular tower library and four en-suite guest rooms. 

French doors and windows with vintage hardware are throughout this home. Both formal and informal living rooms lead to a covered loggia with an outdoor fireplace beyond which is an oversized heated pool. The finished lower level has two additional bedrooms, recreation room with kitchenette, mirrored gym, and yoga room. The two-storey pool house has its own living room and kitchenette, and is just as lovely as the main house. The all-season spa, and children’s playground sits high above an adjacent 18 plus acres of the Nature Conservancy’s reserve of meadow and wildflowers. Other amenities include steam showers, sauna, wine room, double garage, and full facility generator. This magnificent estate offers style and sophistication in a tranquil and picturesque setting. It’s on the market for $8 million with Lori Schiaffino of Compass.