Filed under: Estates
The Hamptons are full of lavish real estate and so it takes a lot to turn heads but this one in Water Mill, New York definitely does. Newsday reported last year that the home belongs to real estate principal and chef Andrew Borrok. According to that article, the kitchen alone with a a prep-kitchen, walk-in refrigeration, bakery and a finishing kitchen upstairs cost $3 million.
The home dazzles from the get-go with a a foyer that has a double staircase in cast bronze with silver and gold-leaf details and crowned by an early 19th-century, stained glass skylight. The home was built in 2005 and has a custom-designed copper roof and eight bedrooms. The four-acre property fronts has a heated gunite pool with a waterfall edge as well as a tennis court, a koi pond and a four-car garage. Property records show that he bought the property in 2003 for $3,687,500. It is listed at $58.5 million with Harald Grant of Sotheby's Realty.
Gallery: Water Mill, New York