For as long as it has been an elite summer destination, the Hamptons’ iconic shingle-style homes have ranked among the most expensive in the nation. The often centuries-old waterfront bungalows rarely come on the market, and when they do, they move quickly—despite a price tag upwards of $10 million. Now Harbor’s Edge, the area’s first waterside condominium project, caters to those who want to maintain the Hamptons summer lifestyle without the burden of owning a home.
Located at 21 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, the building is a couple of blocks from Main Street and within walking distance of more than 20 restaurants. Water Street Development in Sag Harbor and Halstead Property Development Marketing opened the 15 condominiums—which include three penthouses—for sale in August. Priced from $2.5 to $6.5 million, the two- and three-bedroom residences feature interiors from Nadine Homann of NH Design Studios and are designed like Manhattan lofts: 10-foot ceilings, custom molding, gas fireplaces, and wide-plank oak flooring. Kitchens are outfitted with stainless-steel appliances, dishwashers, and wine refrigerators, and master baths feature glass-enclosed showers with rain showerheads and adjustable body sprayers. The penthouse units have private garages.
Each residence at Harbor’s Edge will have a private concierge, like that at any four-star resort, during the summer season. The building has private terraces and balconies as well as a rooftop sundeck that includes a 50-foot lap pool, a wet bar, and a kitchen and may be reserved for private events. All of the outdoor spaces (except the pool area) have views of the water. (www.harborsedge.com)