March 4, 2020

26,000 Square Foot Mega Mansion In Bridgehampton, NY (FLOOR PLANS)


Known as the "Sandcastle", this truly magnificent estate of grand proportions and finely crafted details, represents the rich resort culture of the Hamptons. Located in Bridgehampton, NY, the stone and shingle mega mansion was built in 2009 and is situated on 11.5 acres of land and along with the recreation pavilion, it serves as both a private escape and an entertainer's paradise in East End.

The main house is comprised of three floors totaling some 26,000 square feet of living space. It has 10 bedrooms and 10 full and five half bathrooms, two-story foyer with U-shaped staircase, an elevator, expansive great room with two fireplaces, formal dining room with fireplace, butler's pantry with wine room, gourmet kitchen with breakfast area and fireplace, a separate chef's kitchen, a rear staircase, screened porch with fireplace, his and her home offices, 10-seat home theater with interactive stadium seating, two bedroom/one bathroom guest quarters with living room and kitchen, garage parking for six cars, and much more. The lower level includes a sitting/media area with five in-wall TVs, wine cellar, kitchen, two-lane bowling alley, indoor sport court, an exercise room, a spa suite with fireplace, and an entertainment lounge with skateboard half-pipe, climbing wall, DJ booth/recording area, a virtual gaming area, and more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, covered porches, fire pit, an expansive rooftop deck, patios, kitchen, a 20' x 60' swimming pool and separate spa, pergola, sunken tennis court, and a baseball field. The two-story 2,400 square foot recreation pavilion features a yoga studio, gym, changing room, kitchen, billiards/media room, Pilates and massage rooms, a steam room, and two full bathrooms.































YEAR BUILT: 2009

SQUARE FEET: 26,000

BEDROOMS: 10

BATHROOMS: 10 full, 5 half

LIST PRICE: $39,995,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Christopher Covert of Saunders & Associates


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1 comment:

  1. Given that the only weather warm enough for outdoor swimming in in July and August, and even then the highs top out only in the low 80s, the swimming pool should have been designed in a natatorium for year 'round enjoyment. For a $40 million mansion located in a harsh climate, an indoor pool should be a given, not an afterthought. And where is the indoor pistol range? Do I have to think of everything?

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