Hanging on a wall inside this home in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods is the cover of a 1979 cover of Country Living Magazine that may look familiar. Shortly after the home at 18 Landfall Circle was built, it was photographed and appeared along with a story, “A Country House for City People.”
Perhaps it still is?
This 4,500-square-foot home, listed for $2.775 million with Robert Baas of Sotheby’s International Realty, exudes country charm. It begins with the entrance way, a skylit steel silo and continues throughout the house with features like massive hand-hewn barn beams, wide-plank wood floors and with the country-inspired furnishings.
The large gourmet kitchen offers a country-style feel, with modern finishes and conveniences. The appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Garland stove, and double dishwashers. There are several large islands and peninsulas, offering plenty of counter space and counter seating.
Just beyond the kitchen is a sunken dining room with a vaulted wood-beamed ceiling and a large wood-burning fireplace in the center — the very one seen on the cover of the magazine, by the way. Step up out of the dining room and into the four-season sunroom with more seating space. The floor-to-ceiling windows on all three sides of the sunroom allow for the perfect view of the backyard pool, surrounded with an antique brick stonework patio that matches the floor in the sunroom.
Just down the hall, there is “a wine and spirits” room with plenty of shelves for your favorite liquor and local wines, glasses and more.
The formal living room features hand-hewn beams, another fireplace, built-in shelves, and wall-to-wall windows on one side to peer out onto the well-landscaped property.
The two-story home offers a total of four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. Another special feature is a rooftop observation/yoga deck over the sunroom that looks out onto the pool. There is also a sauna.
The home is also equipped with an indoor and outdoor Sonos Sound System.
The 20-by-40-foot heated gunite pool, situated amongst mature landscaping has a patio with plenty of space for lounging and relaxing. Nearby is a 54-inch gourmet grill and an outside shower.
The property, tucked away near Cedar Point County Park, also features a two-car garage with a studio and outbuildings with ample storage.
Love the house as is? It is available with all furnishings.
[Listing: 18 Landfall Circle, East Hampton |Broker: Robert Baas, Sotheby’s International Realty] GMAP
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