Encompassing over three and one-half acres, this prime building lot is one of the largest available parcels on the fringe of East Hampton Village. An expansive building envelope enables the new home to sit at the end of a long, private driveway, approximately 300′ off the road, on a nicely elevated, rear portion of the property. Plans are in place for a 5,000+/- sq. ft. Traditional home with six bedrooms, six and a half baths, an attached two-car garage and finished lower level. Open first floor living areas flow from the central living room to the dining room and kitchen with adjacent wet bar and pantry. Over-sized glass doors open to a stone terrace, partially covered, overlooking the private heated gunite pool set amid professionally designed landscaping. A den and Jr. master suite complete this level. Upstairs the spacious master suite features a private terrace, large walk-in closet and luxurious master bathroom with double vanity, soaking tub and steam shower. Three additional bedroom suites, two of which exist in their own private wing, along with an office, reading room and laundry complete the second floor. The finished lower level with 9′ ceilings has a walkout stairway to the pool and includes the sixth bedroom, a full bath, an open game room, second laundry room and plenty of storage. Conveniently located close to village restaurants, shops and minutes to ocean or bay beaches. This fairly priced and intelligently designed offering has financing in place and represents a unique opportunity to oversee construction of your custom dream home on 3.6 acres just outside the Village of East Hampton. $2,699,000
The Mattituck-Laurel Library will host a bus trip to Belmont Park on Thursday, June 20 at noon. The tickets, which are on sale at the circulation desk, are $90 per person and include round-trip transportation, tip, buffet lunch, gratuities, and admission to the racetrack. The library will also host the 1819-2019 Whitman Bicentennial Celebration, “I Shall Be Good Health to You,” on June 20 at 6:30 PM. Jerry Matovcik will give a PowerPoint presentation celebrating Walt Whitman’s life and poems. The library will screen “The Mustang,” a new R-rated film that tells the story of Roman Coleman, a violent convict, who is given the chance to participate in a rehabilitation therapy program involving the training of wild mustangs, on Friday, June 21 at 1:30 PM. The screening is free. Sign up for children’s summer programs and reading clubs will start on June 24 at 9 AM. Register in-person only. The library will host a Regents review for chemistry on June 24 from 6 to 7:30 PM. The program is free, but enrollment is limited and registration is required.