After being listed for $22 million last August, a resort-like home in the Hamptons has returned to the market for $19.8 million with Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito. This beautiful estate on Dune Road with a unique curvilinear design offers the ultimate oceanfront living and resort-style amenities.
Built in 1998, the 13,200-square-foot stunner features an oversized Gunite pool with spa, pool house, generous ocean- and bay-facing decks, and walkway to the sandy ocean beach.
This Hamptons estate boasts striking examples of curvilinear architecture throughout that adds dimension and depths. Its rounded corners force light in a different direction and make the indoor spaces visually interesting. The home includes eight graciously appointed en suite bedrooms, a total of 16 baths, an elevator, multiple fireplaces and skylights, a dramatic barrel-vaulted ceiling in an ocean-facing great room with bar, gym, theater, and billiard room with kitchen.
Security is complete, with gated entry, lengthy drive, smart controls, security system, and a two-car garage.
The Hamptons, which is widely recognized as the world’s preeminent luxury real estate market, has benefited from record-low mortgage interest rates and the continuous migration from New York City since the coronavirus pandemic started.