Hamptons: Where to Nab a Late-Summer Rental at 3 Different Price Points

6:00 AM 4/18/2019

by Beth Landman

Three different East End experiences are available from Aug. 1 through all the Labor Day parties, ranging from $125,000 to $850,000.

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  • 160 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton

    $850K

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    Built in 1915, this estate unfolds across 10 acres. The traditional-style home offers 18,000 square feet over three floors, with 12 bedrooms and 12 full and three half baths. There are outdoor and indoor pools, a spa, a grass tennis court, a paddle court, a greenhouse and two detached four-car garages. (Corcoran's Susan Breitenbach)

  • 61 Startop Drive, Montauk

    $250K

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    Considered a modern masterpiece, this Bates & Masi-designed modern home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and is spread across 9,000 square feet. There is a media room, a pool house and a two-car garage. It's set on 4 acres with views overlooking Lake Montauk and Gardiners Bay that guests can take in from the one of the two infinity pools. (Compass' Greg Burns)

  • 17 Jericho Road, East Hampton Village

    $125K

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    This 8,000-square-foot, two-story modern barn is perched on more than an acre of prime land by Georgica Pond. There are five bedrooms and six bathrooms to go along with a stadium-seating movie theater, wine cellar, sauna, pool, hot tub, waterfall and pool house. (Compass' Diane Shifman)

    This story first appeared in the April 11 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.