1790s Barn Was the Starting Point for This Nearly $6 Million Bridgehampton House

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This 1790s barn on Brick Kiln Road in Bridgehampton is being offered at $5.995 million.
Brian Bailey for The Corcoran Group

A Bridgehampton house created around a 1790s timber frame barn is available for sale at $5.995 million. Corcoran’s Randi R. Ball, Nicole Hechter and Asaf Bar-Lev have the exclusive on the listing.

The 4,251-square-foot shingled house at 310 Brick Kiln Road, located on a one-acre lot between Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor, has been fully restored and upgraded. W.A. Sclight Architect of Water Mill designed the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath home featuring “all of the elements of barn vocabulary,” the listing says.

Large vaulted spaces, oversized format windows, wide-plank flooring and the original beams can be found throughout the home. A massive stone fireplace anchors the great room, which also features custom built-ins.

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Inside the living roomBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group

St. Charles New York, known for its luxury kitchens, designed the open kitchen with appliances from La Cornue and Sub-Zero and incorporated fumed oak and brushed steel cabinets, soapstone countertops and Barbara Wilson faucets.

Three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms designed by Custom Tile in NYC, a den, a powder room and a laundry room complete the first level.

Upstairs, there are two wings. The east wing holds the primary suite with an oversized and outfitted dressing room, and spa-like primary bath. An additional bedroom and bathroom are also found on this side of the home.

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An aerial view of the propertyBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group

Over on the western side, there is a large playroom with vaulted ceilings, and an en suite bathroom, which the listing agents say can easily transform to a second primary suite.

“Through a second barn door find space for alfresco dining via the outdoor kitchen with built-in barbecue and dining area, or relax by gunite pool leading to a beautifully landscaped and gracious lawn,” the listing explains.

A stone patio around the pool allows for plenty of space for sunbathing on hot summer days. New owners could certainly be in by summer 2023 with plenty of time to spare.

[Listing: 310 Brick Kiln Road, Bridgehampton|Brokers: Randi R. Ball, Nicole Hechter, Asaf Bar-Lev, Corcoran] GMAP

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The exteriorBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
Another view of the great roomBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
A view of the great room from the dining areaBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
Another view of the beamsBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
The kitchenBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
A close up of the La Cornue rangeBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
A view from the kitchenBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
The soapstone counterBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
A closeup of the chandelier in the great room
The primary bedroomBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
The primary bathroomBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
A guest bedroomBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
The denBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
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The playroomBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
The pool areaBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
The outdoor dining areaBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
Another outdoor viewBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group
An aerial viewBrian Bailey for The Corcoran Group

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