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Meadowlark Lane Modern Estate Sells For $17.75 Million

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81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

81 Meadowlark Lane, Bridgehampton. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

authorStaff Writer on Apr 1, 2022

A 1-acre modern estate in Bridgehampton with ocean views changed hands for $17.75 million just before the turn of the year.

Built in 2014, the main house at 81 Meadowlark Lane has a marble entry and double-height foyer.

The ground floor continues with a large living room with a fireplace, a glass-enclosed wine room, a formal dining room, a billiard room, a den, a powder room, and an en suite guest room. The chef’s kitchen includes a breakfast area, Gaggenau and Miele appliances, two dishwashers, an ice maker, and built-in coffee/espresso maker. A mudroom has laundry.

Floor-to-ceiling south-facing windows and NanaWall doors open the indoors to the pool area and yard, with covered al fresco dining, a marble patio, and a 40-foot-by-20-foot heated Gunite pool and spa.

Up on the second floor, an open landing/gallery leads to four en suite guest rooms, plus the primary suite with a covered balcony, two walk-in closets and two bathrooms. Rounding out the floor is an oversized laundry with double washer-dryers. A stairway leads to the south-facing rooftop deck.

The finished lower level offers two guest rooms, a gym, a bar, a den, storage, mechanicals, and stairs up to the attached two-car garage.

An elevator and a custom stairway connect the floors. Among the smart home features are automated shades and Lutron and Crestron tech with touch control of ambiance, sound and lighting.

The pool house has a full bath, a bar and an upstairs den.

The property last traded in 2014 for $10.7 million, town property records state. The most recent asking price was $18 million.

The seller was CBH NY LLC and the new owners are ABS Meadowlark LLC and MFS Meadowlark LLC, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. Susan Breitenbach of Corcoran represented both the seller and the buyer.

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