Renovated Historic Residence with Pool in the Heart of East Hampton Village
Built in 1916, this historic residence was designed for Marjorie Woodhouse by her parents, Lorenzo and Mary Woodhouse, who were largely responsible for The East Hampton Library (1912), the restoration of Clinton Academy (1921), and Guild Hall (1931). A magnificent 75 foot long Elizabethan-styled salon with 30 foot ceilings is the centerpiece of the playhouse. Off the salon are 6 bedrooms, 5 baths, and a renovated kitchen.
A beautiful copper-clad, glass conservatory has just been added off the kitchen. With bluestone flooring - and linking the back terrace and grounds with the entire ground floor - the conservatory gracefully expands the flexibility and flow of the living/entertaining, indoor/outdoor areas of the Playhouse.
The grounds feature a heated gunite pool, a fountain, and 3 acres of exquisitely designed mature landscaping and overwhelmingly beautiful specimen trees.
Enjoy everything summer has to offer while vacationing at this historic landmark - considered by many to be one of the most significant structures in East Hampton's fabled history. Village shops, beaches, and restaurants are all just a stone's throw away.
Memorial Day - Labor Day: $185,000
July - Labor Day: $150,000
August - Labor Day: $85,000
Other / Short Term - 06/01/2021 - 06/30/2021: $40,000