This adorable 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath East Hampton home was featured in Mary Emerling's American Country Classics. This historic home was built in 1790 but was renovated and expanded in 2005. Features include a modern kitchen, exposed beam ceilings, and cozy dining area and living room. The master suite overlooks the gardens below and is secluded from other bedrooms. Outside there is a tree house, a brick terrace is a perfect place for catching some sun or dining outside. Convenient to East Hampton village and ocean beaches.
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