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Airy Hamptons retreat a block from the beach asks $6.6M

10/10 would relax at this pool

A shingle-style home in the East Hamptons sits behind a glassy blue pool with lounge furniture. NY 90 for Sotheby’s International Realty

The Hamptons isn’t lacking for impressive real estate, and the latest listing to cross our desk is this seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom home in Amagansett. With an enviable location a block from both the beach and the Amagansett National Wildlife Refuge, the 4,705-square-foot house is a light and airy example of Hamptons living.

Large windows, custom carriage doors, and glass walls open the home to outdoor entertaining, and two decks off of the master and junior master bedroom have ocean views. A long list of amenities includes an upgraded kitchen, wet bar, theater, and gym, and a neutral color palette provides a blank slate for customization.

But since this is the Hamptons, it’s the outdoor spaces that really shine. If you don’t want to go to the beach, the home boasts a heated pool, hot tub, and pool house with vaulted ceilings. A lush and private back yard boasts a perennial and hydrangea flower garden, and a patio has space to dine 12.

Love what you see? 128 Hand Lane is on the market now for $6,595,000.

A high-end living room includes a modern fireplace on the right, white rug with coffee tables, beige couch, and white raised ceilings.
A second living room has large carriage doors that open up to the outside. Three white comfy couches surround a wooden coffee table.
A large kitchen features wooden floors, gray cabinets, white countertops, an exposed wooden beam, and a large white kitchen island with clear bar stools.
A casual enclosed porch area features blue floor, wicker seating with cream cushions, a wicker and glass coffee table, and large windows.
A bedroom with raised ceilings, an exposed wooden beam, white bedding, and french doors that lead out to a small upper deck.
A secluded backyard area features mature shrubbery, a stone patio, flower pots, and a 12-person outdoor dining room table with seating and a blue umbrella.