Looking to Move to the Hamptons


Unfortunately, many families are looking to be outside of city limits.

Maybe you have considered taking a break from our beautiful city, of you may just want a place of your own to sneak away to?

When we saw this lovely home, we just had to post this for our readers.

Turn the key and move right into this stunning Modern-transitional home located south of the highway in the heart of Bridgehampton Village, where a substantial expansion and a full renovation were completed in 2020.



The approximately 3,700-square-foot, five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home is meticulously designed to maximize comfort, with several flex-space options for fitness, work, privacy, and telecommuting.



The east wing of the main level includes an en suite master bedroom, family room, mudroom with laundry, chef’s kitchen with farmhouse sink and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, and a formal dining room.


The second level -also in the East wing- features two bedrooms, both en suite, with ample storage space and plenty of flex space to make it your own.



Cross the beautiful breezeway submerged in natural light to the West wing where there’s another master suite located on the second level, and below, a garage and attached pool house.

A fully finished lower level offers flex space for fitness, work, movie-watching, or solitude. Extend your Hamptons experience beyond Labor Day for the peace and quiet of this Ocean Village retreat.



202 Oak Street, Bridgehampton, NY
8/22-9/7 | $50k  |  Beds: 5  |  Baths: 5.5  |  Approx. SF: 3,700 +/-
Lot Size: .91 +/-
Bridgehampton South | 5 Beds + Flex Space
All dates and rates:
– Aug 22, 2020 to Sept 7, 2020 – $ 50,000
– Aug 22, 2020 to May 30, 2021 – $300,000
– Sept 8, 2020 to May 30, 2021 – $250,000
– Sept 8, 2020 to Dec 31, 2020 – $105,000


Monica Reiner
Licensed Real Estate Sales Agent
Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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