Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Privately elevated at the end of a long driveway sits a stunning modern home, Clearhouse. With timeless architectural planning by SP design the home is dramatically raised on a central plinth and cantilevers horizontally with floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors to create the ultimate indoor/ outdoor modern luxury living. Clearhouse offers one of the single greatest vistas on the east end of Long Island. The house has 360-degree views - 180 degrees being Peconic Bay, The North Fork, The Long Island Sound, and Connecticut - the south view is indigenous manicured forest with undulating elevations. On the first floor you will enjoy a full-width travertine terrace and private office. The upper floor is equipped with a gourmet kitchen with signature appliances, dining area with a wall of glass that opens to let the outdoors in, sitting area and large primary bedroom with views from every angle. The primary bedroom is comprised of 3 sides of glass - the width of the room opens completely to the elements like a modern treehouse. The lower guest level, with equally incredible vast views has a perfectly positioned media den and 2 ensuite guest bedrooms with sweeping bay views. The rooms reveal themselves in a horizontal band with architectural floor to ceiling windows. The interior synthesis of stone and dark rosewood reclaimed from a Manhattan bank and leather details create a warmth and glow that envelop the senses. A level of luxury permeates. Eye catching details such as a suspended black fireplace and world class art and furniture create a dreamy ambience. The home offers a dock with a 6,800 lb. boat lift, including additional room for a 55' boat and a 30' boat. Unparalleled sunset views every evening and ever changing light throughout the day.EH RR #: 20-L-0109
The Hamptons may be internationally renowned as a playground for the rich and famous, but there’s so much more to this striking region on the eastern end of Long Island, New York than parties and polo within Gatsby-esque luxury homes. For starters, while the sidewalks of the hamlets and villages that make up the area collectively known as The Hamptons are often teeming with a who’s who of bold-face names and C-suite executives, the beaches are the real stars here.