New Yorkers have long flocked to the Hamptons for summer escapes, but 675 Hedges Lane—a newly constructed, two-story house in Sagaponack—may make them want to live there year-round. The 12,600-square foot estate, which stands out as one of the area’s newest gems, sits on 2.3 acres of prime south-facing property.
A creative collaboration between de la Motte Schult and Tamara Magel Design has meshed European sophistication with farmhouse inspiration, resulting in a timeless residence. The 11-bedroom estate is fully furnished, with each room offering tasteful decor that is both rustic and modern.
“The secret is really in mixing textures: the metal with the stone and the wood vanities make this space feel clean but still layered and inviting,” says Tamara Magel, who oversaw the interior design. The kitchen features a contemporary apparatus light with a metal hook range, adding a bold feel to the room.
In the living room, vintage chairs with leather headrests and striped seats are silhouetted by a marble fireplace. “The fireplace is my favorite,” Magel says of the Calcutta gold masterpiece, which she designed from scratch. “I had been waiting years to make it—it had just been sitting in my inspiration photos.”
Throughout the rest of the residence, shearling chairs and farmhouse-style tubs mix with immense floor-to-ceiling windows and neutral hues to infuse the open-concept estate with an airy ambience. The home is priced at $24 million. (Inquiries: Lilly de la Motte, 631-537-5454.)