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“Say hello to the first $2 million summer rental!” So read Crain’s New York Business about an 8,000 square foot manse in Amagansett. Amagansett? It’s a nice place but hardly a locale for such an eye-popping price. So we checked Crain’s link to the property on HREO. Let’s just say somebody added an extra zero.
Alan Schnurman, a prominent investor in East End properties since 1986, has made a name for himself in the Hamptons Real Estate market since joining Saunders & Assoiciates. HRES sat down with Alan for a brief Q & A.
Shh! Don’t call it a basement within earshot of a real estate broker. It’s the “lower level,” puhleeze. No longer an underground space relegated merely to wine cellars, media rooms, or staff quarters, many lower levels are as fabulous as the rest of the house. In fact, because of local height restrictions (32 feet in most cases), lower levels have become as important to the Hamptons house as hedgerows and hydrangeas.
Hamptons Real Estate Showcase sits down with one of the top producers in the Hamptons, Laura White of Saunders & Associates. Laura gives us her take on the real estate market and what she¹s passionate about.
Amagansett has been a favorite summer refuge for those seeking a quiet, non-glitterized version of the Hamptons.  East Hampton and Southampton boast miles of privet enclosed mansions and Montauk offers more of a rustic or hipster scene...
In a description of Linden Estate, an important property in Southampton, the list of exceptional features includes a 30-room Cotswold-style mansion, 12 bedroom suites, an indoor pool and spa, two outdoor pavilions, a grass tennis court, and . . . “an environmentally friendly geothermal energy system.”
Green design in the Hamptons is more than a trend. Conserving the natural resources in the Hamptons is vital in a lifestyle so intertwined with the environment. Here are some local builders utilizing green design in the homes they build.
After an extreme winter of seemingly endless snowstorms, arctic temperatures, and frigid wind chills, the spring thaw has finally arrived. With the deep freeze behind us, those warm summer beach days are within sight. As the real estate market heats up, now is the time to realize your dream home in the Hamptons.