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10 Stunning Hamptons Fireplaces for Getting Cozy This Winter

Homes in the Hamptons may be best known for waterfront views, infinity pools and tennis courts, but once the temperature drops, cozy fireplaces and wood-burning stoves are on the wishlist of everyone on the East End. Here are 10 Hampton homes with warm, sleek and stunning fireplaces all perfect for winter gatherings.

This historic home at 130 Madison St. in the heart of Sag Harbor village offers respite from the chilly, dark days of winter. Built in 1850, the 5-bedroom home glows with custom woodwork, exposed beams and a stunning fireplace. It’s asking $5.8 million.

 

Nearby, a newly constructed 5-bedroom home at 43 Suffolk St. in Sag Harbor village offers a very different take on what cozy means, with a floor-to -ceiling, double-sided fieldstone fireplace and a display window for a prized auto. Listed for $7.995 million.

This 13 acre, 5-bedroom compound at 300 Sagaponack Road in Bridgehampton celebrates the outdoors year round, with a serene covered pergola, outdoor fireplace, apple orchard and pond. Asking $24 million.

This 7-bedroom beach house at 263 Surfside Drive in Bridgehampton comes with no amenity spared, including an infinity pool, hot tub and direct beach access. When winter rolls around, the sleek linear fireplace comes in handy, too. Asking $42.5 million.

This 8-bedroom home at 60 Beach Lane in Wainscott is full of rich details, including a wood-paneled library, exposed beams, double-height ceilings, historic murals and at least six fireplaces. Asking $14.5 million.

This modern, 7-bedroom farmhouse is located at 119 Newlight Lane in Bridgehampton, and features an open floor plan, timber beams, three indoor fireplaces and one outdoor fireplace — all ideal for entertaining, no matter what the season. Asking $8.495 million.

Fireplaces don’t necessarily have to be stately and formal. Take the surf-inspired fireplace setup at this 4-bedroom beach house at 108 Central Ave. in Amagansett. Asking $3.295 million.

This 4-bedroom home at 28 Menantic Road in Shelter Island was built by a sea captain in the 1880s, and would be the perfect place to tuck into in the offseason, with a handsome, wood-burning fireplace, coffered ceilings and a cozy den. Asking $3.672 million.

This combination sleeping nook and fireplace can be found on the top floor of 68 Hampton St. in Sag Harbor. It has wintertime nap perfection written all over it. Asking $6.2 million.

Here’s another historic Sag Harbor home that radiates coziness. This one is located at 238 Main St. and offers 8 bedrooms, gorgeous craftsmanship, oversized mantles and exposed brick and beams galore. Asking $14.75 million.


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