This $19.75 Million East Hampton Home Has a Blue-Blooded Architectural Pedigree
Its $19.75 million price tag might seem steep, but not considering its architectural pedigree and 400 feet of frontage along Georgica Pond in East Hampton’s estate section. Renowned architect Jaquelin T. Robertson conceived this five-bedroom, 7,500-square-foot shingle-style traditional at 11 Cove Hollow Farm Road, which sits on more than three acres, in the mid-1990s. The residence features sweeping water views, high ceilings, a generous great room with a beamed ceiling, a separate one-bedroom apartment, and a pool. “The surrounding houses have views across the cove,” says Ed Petrie of Compass, who is co-listing the property with his son, James Petrie. “But this one is sited so that it looks directly down Georgica Cove and out to the ocean.”
7,500 sq. ft.
Contact: Ed Petrie at Compass, compass.com
Renowned architect Jaquelin T. Robertson designed this shingle-style traditional.
The property overlooks Georgica Cove and the bay.
A peek at the bright kitchen and dining room.
Bay windows flood the airy living room with light.
French doors in the master bedroom access a balcony overlooking the pond.
The veranda offers alfresco dining with a view.
The landscape features a pool.