Burnt Point Estate is Heaven in the Hamptons

It might be part of New York state, but Long Island could easily be a state unto itself. It’s got the crowded hustle and bustle of the Big Apple boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens at its western end, the tiny, charming waterfront hamlets at the eastern end, and just about every level of urbanization in between. Then you have the playground of the rich and famous that is the Hamptons, and nestled among the Hamptons you’ll find the community of Wainscott, in within Wainscott, along the west shore of Georgica Pond, you’ll find this lavish estate at Burnt Point.

Built in 2000 from a Francis Fleetwood design, this nearly 18,000 square foot steel-frame custom mansion features 8 bedrooms (3 of which are in the self-contained guest wing), 12 bathrooms, 2 elevators, eat-in kitchen with commercial grade appliances, a library, a professional grade home theater, tennis court, pool and spa and a wine cellar on its roughly 25 acre lot. Oh, and the reclaimed hardwood floors are about 200 years old. Want to make this house (if you can apply such a pedestrian term to a palace like this) your home? Be ready to hand over $75 million.

Source: Sotheby’s International Realty

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