7 Gorgeous Hamptons Rentals to Lock Down Now
PSA: There are only 52 days until beach season. That’s plenty of time to find a cute new swimsuit, figure out your summer reading material and rally your squad. But the window for finding the perfect Hamptons rental will be closed long before then. It’s not too late: We found seven gorgeous houses all over the East End that still have availability (and some of them are actually affordable). Better get a move on.
SHINNECOCK HILLS (SLEEPS 8)
Why yes, we will be taking our breakfast on the patio, thank you very much.
SAG HARBOR (SLEEPS 6)
We’re already planning the amazing dinner parties we’d throw in this bright, airy house (and the rosé we’ll be drinking in the backyard).
WESTHAMPTON BEACH (SLEEPS 9)
You know what they say about people in glass houses…that they have incredible views of their own private beach.
EAST HAMPTON (SLEEPS 10)
Can’t bring yourself to get sand on that new swimsuit? No problem: Just take a plunge in this glorious pool instead.
AMAGANSETT (SLEEPS 6)
Charming sun-beaten shingles on the outside, luxe all-white furnishings on the inside. We could gaze out that window all day.
SAGAPONACK (SLEEPS 20)
If your Hamptons crew is a big one—say, for a birthday celebration or a family reunion—this massive complex has you covered, with seven bedrooms, an infinity pool and a tennis
MONTAUK (SLEEPS 10)
Oh, just a backyard fire pit, a hot tub and a giant terrace. Nothing to see here.
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