Compelling opportunity to own a brand-new, stylish contemporary being built on a highly desirable street in the heart of East Hampton Village. The .36 +/- acre property includes mature trees and is just seconds to shops on Newtown Lane, restaurants, and schools. On the first level, the open living areas feature a great room with eat-in kitchen including island seating and high-end appliances, dining room, and living room. Glass doors open to a stone patio with open and covered areas, overlooking a heated gunite pool. A junior primary suite is also on this level, along with a powder room and attached garage. Upstairs is the primary suite with private terrace, and additional en-suite bedrooms. This home includes a finished lower level, laundry, and central air.
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