Known as an oceanside sanctuary that provides an escape from the hustle and bustle of nearby New York City, the Hamptons is filled with historical beauty and highly-desired exclusivity. In addition to its ideal location in Remsenburg, 16 Tuthill Lane is a true beauty of the Hamptons, as a stunning 14-acre estate of unparalleled elegance, nestled near the coast of Moriches Bay.
This sprawling three-story residence, designed by renowned architect Gordon Bee Dudley in the Tudor style, and built in 1934, is filled with historic charm that captures the best of what the Hamptons has to offer.
This home stretches over 6,770 square feet and contains 7 expansive bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, with a total of 16 grand scale rooms, lined with original leaded glass windows.
With close attention to detail, beautiful woodwork detailing is found throughout the home, lined with exquisite oak, walnut, and cherry floors.
What makes 16 Tuthill Lane such an incredible property, is its gorgeously landscaped grounds, where one can find a gunite pool, lush gardens, a pond, and sprawling outdoor areas taken right out of a dreamscape.
Perhaps the most important feature of the home is its meticulous period-correct preservation, with originality that maintains the feeling of the property’s historical significance.
Seven stone fireplaces, spacious private library, numerous sitting rooms, and stone verandas make 16 Tuthill Lane an absolute gem of a bygone era.
Despite its renovations, this home contains updated kitchen appliances and mechanical conveniences for the perfect mix of up-to-date amenities without compromising originality.
The grandeur of 16 Tuthill Lane is unbeatable, with its ideal location in the Hamptons and historical significance that is a dream-like rarity.