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Reimagined Property in Bridgehampton Horse Country Sells for $6 Million

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325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton.  RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton.  RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton.  RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton.  RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton.  RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

325 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. RYAN SCOTT FITZGERALD

authorStaff Writer on Dec 5, 2023

A reimagined Bridgehampton property recently sold for $6 million, fetching its full asking price.

Set in horse and farm country, the 0.92-acre property at 325 Mitchells Lane hosts a home with 3,200 square feet of living space, including a double-height great room with a wood-burning fireplace, a high-design chef’s kitchen with waterfall counter seating and a windowed dining area, and three guest suites on the first level.

A lofted children’s playroom is accessed via a “secret passage,” according to the listing. A primary suite on the second level has a custom picture window overlooking specimen trees, hedges and a pool with an accompanying palapa. The primary’s Carrara marble bath has a dual head steam shower, radiant heating and sunset-facing views.

Outside the home’s walls of glass is more than 1,500 square feet of multi-season outdoor living space with the main deck off the kitchen, with a protected BBQ area and a screened-in, heated dining room. Sofas are built-in.

The palapa offers an outdoor shower, bar and bathroom. Additional areas for outdoor enjoyment include a fire pit, a protected play area, “Firefly Alley,” and an allée of crepe myrtle trees.

The CeeJackTeam at Compass had the listing.

“The entire property was meticulously conceived and executed,” said Cee Brown, principal of The CeeJackTeam. “Chris LaGuardia created the tailored landscaped series of outdoor rooms. Robert Young Architects and Damon Liss Design completely reimagined the house and the interiors from top to bottom. The pool pavilion and pool transport you to an Aman-like resort. The location is in the heart of Bridgehampton horse country. The sellers were dream clients — wish we could clone them!

“All of the above made representing this unique property a dream,” he continued. “And proper pricing resulted in finding a very excited buyer quickly.”

The deal closed on October 16, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. The sellers were Amy Nickin and Eric Eyken-Sluyters, and the buyer was Andrew Goldberg.

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