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Greenleaf Thorp & Room for Tennis on East Hampton's Woods Lane

56 Woods Lane, East Hampton

In 1899, Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders liberated Cuba from Spain, "Asprin" was patented by Felix Hoffmann, Henry Bliss becomes the first recorded automobile fatality and George Dewey becomes the first American to hold the rank of Admiral of the Navy. That same year, at the gateway to the then bourgeoning summer colony of East Hampton, renowned architect Joseph Greenleaf Thorp, of Grey Gardens fame, watched his latest creation completed on 2 acres equidistant to the growing village and the cooling waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Today that same 2 1/2 story gambrel roofed, shingle style traditional, warmed by 2 fireplaces, offering gracious common rooms, 6 bedroom and 5 bathr...

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Just The Facts

  • 2 Acres
  • Built 1899
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 4.5 Bathrooms
  • Partial Lower Level
  • 2 Fireplaces
  • Gunite Pool

 

About East Hampton

Located at the South Fork's midpoint, East Hampton has the woods, the Springs, five ocean beaches, and a celestial light that is particularly divine at sundown.

Living here means knocking elbows with celebrities from the arts, business, and politics and with the village residents who embody East Hampton style. And walking down Main Street is an exercise in beauty: from the 200 year old elm-shaded lanes, to the world-class village shops and the historic buildings.

Everything in East Hampton resonates. When you marvel at the view, you know that renowned artists Childe Hassam and Willem De Kooning were inspired by it, too. There is the thrill of Georgica Pond and its es...

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