If you’re looking for an average Hamptons house rental, well, you’re probably shut out. It’s going to be another busy summer out East. This year though, it’s no masks and post pandemic. People are going to make up for lost time.
We have two houses to put on your radar. The first is within relative reasonableness, and the second, is a blowout, Weekend at Bernie’s stunner. No matter where you stay, it’s about just being out east for the beach, restaurants and friends. Check out our article by Mia Ljunberg, a Hamptons local for the inside scoop.
The House: Sag Harbor Bayfront
This 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom home in North Haven rents for $35,000/weekly, and it’s available the end of July through August. We’re passing this on as sometimes you’re not rolling $1.5 million for the season deep. (See below).
The selling point is the price, as there’s not a lot in this range left. You won’t be roughing it here. This Hamptons house rental is comfortable, and will do the trick to get you a piece of what will be the best summer yet. All baths and kitchen are renovated, and the photos speak for themself. Message us and we’ll get you additional details.
The House: Flying Point Road, Water Mill
In the case you’re looking for an exceptional house and willing to put down the coin, summer in the Hamptons is within reach. We have the house for you. And even if you’re not in this range, we know you’re curious to see how the true other half of he Hamptons lives. For $1.5 million for the full summer season, they live really well. No, that’s not to buy the house, it’s to rent.
You must be wondering what this kind of coin buys you. Well, first, it’s new construction in Water Mill. It’s also on the water; Mecox Bay to be exact. Yes, $1.5 for the summer still doesn’t get you on the ocean. It does though buy you nine bedrooms, 11,000 square feet plus, and an infinity pool, all delivered in your own modern glass house.
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