4 Magnificent Hamptons Houses You Can Still Rent for Summer

Spend the rest of the season living it up in an East End mansion.

They’re not cheap, but for those who are late to the game, these Hamptons dream homes have everything you need for the ultimate summer getaway – provided you have a cool $100K to drop on the monthly rent. And if you don’t, well, there’s no harm in looking. 

38 Ezekills Hollow Road, Sag Harbor

Listed by Neil Bersin, Douglas Elliman          

Built in 2012, this bayfront beauty occupies two pristine acres in the North Haven area of Sag Harbor. Go for a swim in the heated infinity pool then, when the sun goes down, hang out by the fire pit. Feel like a movie? Good, because you have your own screening room. At night, bed down in one of six well-appointed rooms.

249 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton

Listed by Carol Nobbs, Douglas Elliman  

Nestled in the heart of Bridgehampton, this impressive home features ample patio and deck space, minimalist decor, and about a kilometer of white trim. At 6,000 square feet, this home is slightly small for the neighborhood, but with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and an acre of land, you shouldn’t feel too cramped. 

23 Wilkes Lane, Sagaponack 

Listed by Lana Karnei, Douglas Elliman

This 10,000-square-foot stunner is just a few blocks from the ocean beaches, but you’ll only leave the property under duress. With six bedrooms, 12 bathrooms (eight full, four half), a media room, a sun room, a grand sitting room, and a spectacular gourmet kitchen, there’s plenty of room to spread out. Summer afternoons need not be lazy, thanks to the heated gunite pool, state-of-the-art gym, tennis court, and basketball halfcourt. Tired after taking the grand tour? Step into the sauna.

86 Dune Road, Bridgehampton

Listed by Neil Bersin, Douglas Elliman

Don’t forget to bring your boat when you rent this six-bedroom Mecox Bay retreat, which offers Southern ocean views from every room, deeded beach access, and a pool to wash off the salt. The decor is tasteful but dramatic. This is, after all, the Hamptons – go big or go back to the city.