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Sagaponack South

By HRES Staff Writer - July 21, 2017 - 0 Comments

In the heart of Sagaponack South on Hedges Lane, among the area’s most significant homes, is an opportunity to own a newly constructed 11 bedroom estate built on an ideal, double-wide, south-facing 2.3 acres. In a unique collaboration between de la Motte Schult and Tamara Magel Design, the main residence and guest house are being offered fully furnished that was impeccably conceived right down to the smallest detail yielding a depth of design that is custom, layered and rich. Exclusively listed with Lilly de la Motte of Saunders & Associates.

HRES: This is not your average new construction, with over 12,000 sq. ft. of living space. Tell us why they went so grand?

Lilly: The Hamptons is an escape where people enjoy spending quality time with their family and friends. It has become busier than ever so having every amenity at home and not needing to spend time going places is a privilege. While the home has some grand attributes, it was deliberately designed to provide an intimate living experience. The room proportions and flow are just right. Included in the 12,000 square feet is a seven bedroom main residence and a four bedroom guest house. There is also a 60 x 20 pool with spa and a north-south tennis court, screening room, gym, sauna, and game room.

HRES: Please tell us the features that define 675 Hedges Lane?

Lilly: This home has multiple structures, and blends into the classic agrarian aesthetic that people appreciate about the Hamptons in general and Sagaponack in particular. The home perfectly interprets the way people want to live today. A distinguishing element is that the interior designer and landscape architect were enlisted at inception. Their collaboration with the developer in choosing materials, fixtures, finishes and furnishings results in an exquisite and cohesive design inside and out. The elevated level of taste at which this home was executed is incomparable to anything else on the market.

HRES: Very impressive interior design. Can you tell us about the style and the designer?

Lilly: Tamara Magel’s interiors are decidedly fresh, sophisticated and modern. She has a refined eye for relaxed coastal living that is layered and rich. She is devoted to using artisanal, organic, nontoxic materials and her use of texture exudes warm vitality and energy. Her elegant touch is evident from the moment you open the door.

HRES: Who could you see living here?

Lilly: The person who lives in this home will be someone who appreciates sophisticated design and notices the attention paid to every last detail. There is also something magical about Sagaponack – the light, the fields, the openness. To be able to enjoy all of that, facing directly south, but still have a private sanctuary is quite appealing.

HRES: Who created this magnificent home?

Lilly: Founded and headed by Niklas de la Motte and Peter Schult, de la Motte | Schult is a full service development company specializing in the design and execution of superior residential property in the Hamptons. With a portfolio of over 25 high-end homes and 20 years of experience, de la Motte | Schult sets new standards for designing and building homes in premier Hamptons locations. Distinguished by their dedication to quality and vision for combining modern elements with the East End’s classic style, de la Motte and Schult deliver luxurious homes enhanced by the beauty of their surroundings. Both de la Motte and Schult are full-time East End residents with an entirely hands-on approach, overseeing every phase of development from planning to execution. “We build as though we are building a home for ourselves,” they explain. “Finishing every single aspect of each home to the level we would want for our own requires an intense and unfailing level of attention to detail. Being present on site every day is absolutely critical to achieving that end.”

www.675HedgesLane.com | $23,950,000


Lilly de la Motte

Licensed R.E. Salesperson
Saunders & Associates
c: 917.806.9496
ldelamotte@saunders.com

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