Historically significant house overlooking the open vista of the green on Egypt Lane one half mile to Egypt Beach and the village. This elegant 18th century house has been beautifully maintained and renovated over the years by its current owners using the East End's top craftspeople and builders. Gansett House was given its name after it was moved from Amagansett to Egypt Lane in 1930 by the renowned Mrs. Harry Hamlin, one of East Hampton's great preservationists. Benefitting from three stories, Gansett House offers seven bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms and four fireplaces. The large open living room flows into an airy sunroom and paneled dining room. There is a country kitchen, full bar/pantry, laundry, and a mudroom. The landscaped grounds feature open lawns, rhododendrons, dogwood and cherry trees, plus a brick terrace for outdoor dining and gunite swimming pool. The driveway leads to a garage building with an attached artist's studio that could be used as a home office or gym.
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