7 Gorgeous Homes in the Hamptons
If you're looking to buy a second home for those quick summer getaways, here are seven ideas to get you started.
Summer rentals are one way to experience the Hamptons. Another way, if you’ve got the capital, is to invest in a summer home to call your own.
From posh East Hampton to up-and-coming Montauk, Hamptons homes can range from half-a-million to tens of millions of dollars — and you’ll find everything from contemporary architectural masterpieces to cozy shingled cottages. Beachfront properties abound, of course, but they’re not necessarily the hottest commodities. In fact, according to a recent New York Times article, six out of 10 of the most expensive Hamptons home sales last year were inland. You can see why: We found a number of land-locked homes that offer privacy, pools, gyms, tennis courts and that quiet charm that the Hamptons are known for — and the beach is just a short walk or drive away.
If you’re thinking of becoming summer-dwelling neighbors with Gwyneth Paltrow and Paul McCartney, check out our gallery of Hamptons homes that are currently on the market.