First time offered and newly created, in a very desirable central location between East Hampton and Amagansett. This rare opportunity to acquire a recently approved subdivision set on nearly 23-acres consists of four estate-sized plots of 2+ acres each, with 14 acres set aside as Open Space, meeting all the requirements and scrutiny of East Hampton Town's Planning and Zoning Boards. On each of the four building parcels, a substantial Hamptons trophy estate will be possible, along with additional amenities such as garage, decking, pool, pool house and tennis - all in a desirable central location, accessed through a quiet, charming neighborhood.
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