TO THE MANOR BORN
This great stone house on 5.5 park-like acres sits on an elm-lined village street set back behind a high hedge and important plantings. Originally designed by the architectural firm Wyeth and King and built in the late 1930s for one of East Hampton's most prominent residents, Robert Lion Gardiner, for whose ancestor Gardiner's Island is named, this wonderful residence and surrounding property have been meticulously refitted and restored during a five-year renovation and restoration. Exceptional details and superb elements make this a livable home in a sensational location within a short stroll to the village center and ocean. A new sunken tennis court has just been installed and additional outbuildings are planned. A very special offering.
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