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Three Luxury Hamptons Estates With Splendid Alfresco Spaces

Samantha Bergeson, Abigail Whittington & Jing Yang | June 19, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

Bursting with florals and the Hamptons’ iconic hedges, three gardens stand apart on the market this season.

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172 Cedar St.
Hamlet: East Hampton
Price: $11.5 million
Square footage: 18,000
Bedrooms: 12
Bathrooms: 15 ½
Agent: Douglas Elliman, Enzo Morabito, 631.537.6519, elliman.com
For flower fans: The fragrant, colorful gardens, which surround a granite pool and tennis court, were designed by landscape architect Craig James Socia.

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11 Christopher St.
Hamlet: Southampton
Price: $20.95 million
Square footage: 6,800
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 7 ½
Agent: Sotheby’s International Realty, Eve Combemale, 631.537.6000, sothebysrealty.com
For horticulturists who host: Start with cocktails atop the crushed-oyster-shell pathways through the formal garden, divided into zones by perfectly trimmed boxwood hedges. Then, lead guests to the dining allée, where rows of linden trees line a 36-foot teak table.

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80 Further Lane
Hamlet: East Hampton
Price: $10.975 million
Square footage: 8,900
Bedrooms: 9
Bathrooms: 11 full and 2 half
Agent: Compass, Evan Kulman, 917.453.0733, compass.com
For bibliophiles: Grab a book and snuggle up in the library, den or screened-in porch on a stormy evening.



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Photography by: christopher street photo by Joshua McHugh/courtesy of sotheby’s international realty; further lane photo by rise media/courtesy of compass; photo by Gavin Zeigler/courtesy of Douglas Elliman