Light filled 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage in historic part of Springs (East Hampton)
Come enjoy our newly renovated shingled cottage on a private flag lot near Louse Point, one of the most beautiful swimming and kayaking beaches in the Hamptons.
Light filled 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom in historic part of Springs (East Hampton near Amagansett)
Quiet, secluded setting next to a preserve
Includes: hot/cold outdoor shower, use of kayak, Weber gas grill and outdoor deck for al fresco dining
Easy 1/2 mile walk to Louse Point swimming beach, bike to Amagansett ocean beaches (2.5 miles to Atlantic Beach, one of few beaches in the area with daily visitor parking). Five minute drive to Amagansett town and restaurants. Ten minute drive to village of East Hampton - shopping, movie and more.
Note: we have very cool window air conditioners for those who need them during the month of August.
Update: Week of 8/4 is now open! Full week rental only.
Other Things to Note
Have fun. Be safe. Treat our neighbors nicely.
Minimum 2 day stay.
Minimum one week stay in August.
No smoking, no pets.
We share a driveway with our neighbor beyond the gated fence so please make sure to keep the driveway clear of cars. When backing out of our parking lot, drive straight back and make a K-turn to exit.
Please keep the cedar garbage bin closed at all times. We like raccoons but they like to eat our garbage more and they are messy.
We had a wonderful stay at David's house! The location was great - it's just a short drive to many cute towns and wineries. The house was so beautiful - even more light and airy than the pictures show! We were a party of four, and we stayed here very comfortably. David was very responsive and provided a helpful list of highlights of the area. Will definitely stay here again!
This home was absolutely as advertised and worked out perfect for a quick girls-trip. 3 Lovely bedrooms, plus a sizable den which can certainly be used as a bedroom too. The place was immaculate and very well styled. David, the host, was very responsive to any questions we had as well. This house is tucked in a seemingly remote area, but super close to Amagansett and East Hampton, you should probably have a car though since cabs take a little while to get out in that area.
Our stay at David's place was absolutely lovely. The home is charming and well cared for it. It is nicely situated on a large lot away from the main road, making it quiet and relaxing. David was an excellent host, communicating with us to be sure we had everything we needed. We'll definitely be back for a visit when the weather is warmer.
We couldn't have been happier with our stay in David's house. We wanted to give our European visitors a Long Island experience, and this lovely cottage didn't disappoint. Wonderfully decorated, incredibly comfortable and a great location: 10 out of 10!
House is lovely; exactly as described. Very quiet little street, off in the woods, but a short drive to everything. My wife and I had a lovely experience. David was very helpful.
Beautiful and peaceful escape at David's lovely house, we didn't want to leave. David is a great host with excellent communication and great local tips. We will definitely aim to come back next time we are on the East Coast.
David's home is a gem hidden away from the busy center of East Hampton. Conveniently located to nearby beaches and shopping opportunities. Although we did not meet David in person, check-in/check-out was very easy. The house is beautiful, well maintained and offers enough space for 5-6 people. The kitchen has an ideal size, there are two bathrooms (both with bath tub/shower) and the heating works perfectly, which is important if you plan to stay during low season I guess. We have been travelling with two small boys which have also appreciated the garden with its squirrels. I can only speak positively about this place and would recommend it to anyone looking for a quiet time away from all the hussle of today's world. Thank you David for letting us stay at your house.
After spending a few summers in this part of the East End of Long Island, my wife and I bought the house as a weekend getaway in 1990. We put a lot of work into this fixer upper over the years to give it charm and a bright, open feeling. After several years traveling back and forth to Springs from NYC, we realized we loved the area so much that we decided to move here full time. Since then we've kept the house as a rental so we could share some of those experiences we enjoyed: the wonderful light, the water, the fantastic food, the farms, and the great people of the East End.
The art photographs in the house, of books and minimalist seascapes, were taken by my wife. She has shown at museums and galleries here (East Hampton's Guild Hall, the Parrish Art Museum), in New York City, and elsewhere.