Pure Property

Home is where the heart is. Here are a few that might steal yours.
220 Little Noyac Path, Water Mill

By Nancy Kane

Ann Ciardullo and Keith Green of Sotheby’s International Realty have a listing that is sure to please. This stunning reimagining of a turn-of-the-century Hamptons cottage is located on Dunemere Lane, close to the village and beach in East Hampton. It was built in 1897 and renovated to perfection in 2017. Light-filled rooms frame a grand salon with traditional coffered ceiling and an entire wall of glass French doors. The parking courtyard leads to the kitchen through a charming porch and cloak room. A glass-walled staircase accesses two floors of bedrooms; an expansive lower level provides a recreational space often missing from vintage homes. Outside, a bluestone terrace and gunite pool are picture perfect on the 1.1 acre sun-filled lot. Asking $16,950,000.

62 Dunemere Ln, East Hampton

220 Little Noyac Path in Water Mill is a fully reimagined 8-bedroom estate with a tennis court. Listed with The Corcoran Group’s Gary DePersia, the stucco-clad residence underwent a massive renovation in 2022, and offers high-end finishes and amenities galore. The three-level home features 4 fireplaces, a 25-foot high great room, paneled library and formal dining room. The custom-built, eat-in kitchen has quartz counters and backsplash, an 8-foot center island, and top-of-the-line appliances. All bedrooms are outfitted with radiantly heated bathroom floors. A finished lower level holds a living room, recreational room, fireplace, gym with sauna and full bath, wine cellar and staff suite. Exterior bluestone patios and a heated gunite pool, hot tub and outdoor kitchen lead to the 60- x 120-foot tennis court. Landscaping is highlighted by mature trees and colorful plantings. Asking $6,895,000.

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton

Douglas Elliman’s Martha Gundersen has a brand-new, modern shingle-style home with fantastic views of the Bridgehampton Golf Course, moments away from the village and the beach. 201 Sagaponack Road is surrounded by mature trees from the 1900s. The home offers living space over three levels, including 8 bedrooms, 9 full and 3 half bathrooms, a great room with a dual-sided, marble fireplace and an 80-foot architectural glass wall. A chef’s kitchen, custom floating staircase and elevator, primary suite with private balcony and finished lower level (large recreation area, bar, full gym, and multilevel screening room) make this house a must-see. There is also a spa, pool and pool house, an all-weather north-south tennis court and a 3-car garage with electric car charging station. Asking $21,000,000.

7 Bond Street, New York City

City-dwellers look no further than this 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom NoHo sanctuary. The 7 Bond Street penthouse, listed with Maggie Leigh Marshall and Lindsay Barton Barrett of the BBM Team at Douglas Elliman and asking $12,495,000, is a showplace with a dramatic steel spiral staircase, 14-foot ceilings, zebrawood flooring and oversize windows along the southern and eastern exposures. A great room, dining area and sun-drenched living room with a fossil stone wall and fireplace all call for entertaining. An open kitchen has custom cabinetry and a long breakfast bar trimmed with reclaimed Vermont barnwood, live-edge granite counters, a farm sink and metal doors sourced from a 19th-century Tribeca factory. A massive travertine wet room shower with a sculptural carved cedar wood tub makes relaxing a daily ritual, while the rooftop retreat is ideal for garden parties. Built-in speakers, lighting and an irrigation system make indoor-outdoor living effortless. A separate temperature-controlled glass room functions as an office, art studio or meditation room. New Yorkers love options.