One of the most beautiful properties in the Hamptons with 1,156-feet of waterfront along Georgica Pond and views towards the Atlantic Ocean can now be yours, just in case you have $140 million. Briar Patch In East Hampton Village is the Hamptons’ new most expensive estate for sale and possibly the most expensive home for sale on the East Coast.
Main residence, “Shepard Krech House,” built in 1931, was designed by architect Arthur C. Jackson, and is also on the National Register of Historic Places. Completely renovated in 1990 by architect Peter Marino, this exquisite 10,300 +/- square-foot Georgian Revival six-bedroom house has a three-story living room, sunken library, gourmet kitchen, and third-story gym. Second residence built in 1990, was also designed by Peter Marino. Similar in style and quality to the main house, this house includes a living room, kitchen, and four bedrooms. Enormous grounds offer open lawns, mature sycamore, maple and linden trees, trails and a private pond habitat to local swans, egret, and heron.
Outdoor sundeck with views of the water surrounds a 60′ swimming pool and hot tub. Secluded tennis court, four-car garage and changing cabana. Already subdivided into 7.5-acre and 3.7-acre parcels for maximum yield and flexibility.
In its 80-year history, the property has been owned by just three families, and now it’s time for a new family to take the reigns.