Big News! Historic Linden Estate Hits The Hamptons Market at $75 Million


Here’s some major Hamptons real estate news! The Linden Estate, an iconic, historic residence in New York’s Hamptons, has hit the market for $75 million. The nearly 10-acre property on 160 Ox Pasture Road in Southampton Village’s coveted Estate Section is listed by Harald Grant of Sotheby’s International Realty-Southampton Brokerage and Tim Davis of Corcoran. “Linden is right in the middle of the Estate Section, surrounded by large trees and other great estates,”  says Grant. “It’s probably the largest estate on Ox Pasture Road, and it’s in a beautiful, old-world style.”

The shingle-style residence has a red-tile gambrel roof, rows of leaded-glass windows and wrap-around porches. Its three floors cover more than 18,000 square feet and feature 12 principal bedrooms, 12 full bathrooms, three half bathrooms, a paneled library with a fireplace and ornamental plaster ceiling, a living room with a coffered ceiling and separate staff quarters.

“The estate was designed in 1915 by architect Grosvenor Atterbury, and its name references the specimen trees that line the property,” shares Grant. Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect of New York City’s Central Park, was the original designer of its gardens. Its park-like setting includes a 60-foot-by-20-foot outdoor pool and a 60-foot-by-20-foot indoor pool with a slide and waterfall that is housed in a greenhouse-style structure.

Other amenities include a spa, a grass tennis court, a paddle court, two pavilions with full kitchens, arbors, a gushing fountain, a carriage house with a connecting greenhouse and an equipment house. The home’s most recent renovation, which included a new pool and pool house, was completed by designer Steven Gambrel.

For more information on this incredible estate contact Harald Grant Real Estate HERE.