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The Hamptons season is officially here, but it’s not too late to nab a rental that makes a statement.
Several design-forward, modern geometric homes are still up for rent through Labor Day weekend — but they aren’t likely to last.
“It’s a very fast market,” said Douglas Elliman’s Nicole Tunick, who is hawking a newly built showpiece at 19 Cornell Road in Sag Harbor with colleague Zachary Tunick for $375,000 for the summer season.
“It’s not a market of hesitation. It’s upbeat and people are willing to pay 20 percent [more than previous seasons].”
With contrasting light and dark finishes, 360-degree water views, four bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread over 4,000 square feet, Tunick said that 19 Cornell “uses its space beautifully” and “brings the entire outside in.”
But big spenders have options, including 951 Flying Point Road in Water Mill, which is asking $1.5 million for the same time period.
Sitting on 2.8 waterfront acres, the 11,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom, 14-bathroom spread was designed by local architect Barnes Coy and Italian designer Massimo Castagna.
The home’s “bright, neutral color palette accentuates the vivid greens and blues of the expansive water vistas,” according to its listing with Bespoke Real Estate.
It offers 4,700 square feet of outdoor terraces and decks and a six-car garage.
And south of the highway at 385 Jobs Lane in Bridgehampton, a light-filled rectangle designed by renowned architecture firm and East End specialists Bates Masi is up for grabs — if you can afford to drop $1 million on your summer.
Weighing in at seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and 6,500 square feet, the custom build has all of the modern conveniences and a generous layout with a first-floor master bedroom that leads to a gunite pool. This open listing is being marketed by Matt Breitenbach of Compass, among others.
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