Be the first to rent one of the most important and private homes on Georgica Pond. The five bedroom six bathroom, pond-front, ocean-view home with an elevator, roof deck, and 54’ gunite pool was built by Tina Fredericks, a onetime art director for Glamour Magazine who was later known as The Hamptons’ “Realtor to the Stars.” She “gave Andy Warhol his first job, which was drawing women's shoes,” Architectural Digest wrote in a story about the house, “she had definite ideas about design.”
This secluded 2.3 acre waterfront property down a long meandering driveway in the Georgica Estate section of East Hampton has direct evening sunsets that color the sky from all angles. The open interior and liberal use of glass frame views of the pond and the ocean. A large wrap-around third-floor deck is the perfect place for a sunset dinner party and secondary porches and balconies provide private overlooks of the surrounding gardens, pond, ocean. A private path leads to the sandy shore of Georgica Pond where you can kayak or canoe to one of the most secluded beaches in The Hamptons. After the beach, don’t forget to take a dip in the brand new 18’ X 54’ saltwater gunite pool surrounded by lush gardens.
EAST, The East Hampton Star’s magazine, wrote, “The house is dense with inspired design moments such as deep, useful windowsills (an echo of Fredericks’s Berlin house), alcoves like the sleeping bay to nap or read, a skylight that pours sun into a place of transition before you enter a room, a southfacing stone bench, and an elevator with a view: As you rise, a window reveals artwork and photography — including Diane Arbus’s — finally revealing the pièce de résistance, an expansive view of the water at the rooftop cupola level.”
The New York Times calls Georgica Pond a “celebrity enclave where Steven Spielberg, Ronald Perelman and Calvin Klein have homes” and Vanity Fair called it “one of the most prized and exclusive enclaves in the Hamptons, if not the world.” The Pond was immortalized in the 1975 classic film Grey Gardens and Spielberg’s home on the pond was used as Bill Clinton’s “Summer Whitehouse.”