Three Hamptons showhouses are putting top interior designers, builders, architects and vendors on display in grand fashion this summer. Two of these show-worthy homes are also on the market.
The Hamptons’ only home with rooftop tennis, 100 Crescent Avenue in Water Mill, is Iris Dankner’s Holiday House Hamptons showhouse this year, opening on Sunday, June 19. Currently listed by Douglas Elliman’s Linda Haugevik and Cassandra Kelley for $17.9 million, the 13,000-square-foot, 7-bedroom, 8.5-bath home is playing host to some of the industry’s top interior designers for a showcase and celebration of summer living and fabulous design, beginning with a 2016 Holiday House Hamptons White Party on Saturday, June 18 from 6:30–9:30 p.m.
Designers Thom Filicia, Robert Stilin and Vicente Wolf are chairing the home’s design, which will be on view from June 19–July 26. Founded by Dankner, who created Holiday House NYC in 2008 as a way to merge her passion for great design and raising money for breast cancer research, the Holiday House Hamptons event will benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (bcrfcure.org)
Visit holidayhousehamptons.com for tickets and a complete list of designers and events.
Coastal Living’s Hamptons Showhouse 2016, located at 272 Brick Kiln Road in Bridgehampton, is currently on the market from Christian Lipp and Scott Strough of Compass for $4,595,000. Designer, Meg Braff, Fred Throo Architects and Touch of Grey builders have put together a home with quintessential seaside style, bold colors, design tips and more. It’s open for visits from Saturday, June 11 to Sunday, September 4, so a buyer couldn’t move in until the fall.
Visit coastalliving.com/homes/idea-houses/showhouse for tickets and details.
The 2016 Hamptons Designer Showhouse, presented by Traditional Home magazine and benefitting Southampton Hospital, is a new construction from Bodenchak Design and Build at 1597 Noyac Path in Sag Harbor. The house, which is not listed for sale, will feature 25 interior designers: Art Works & Designs, Inc., Bakes and Kropp, Baltimore Design Group, Dodson Interiors, Dyfari Interiors, Elle Cole Interiors, Inc., Erin Gates Design, Elsa R. Soyars Interiors, Kate Singer Home, Kyle Roberts Interior Design, Liliane Hart Interiors, Mabley Handler Interior Design, Marie-Christine Design, McGrath II, Melanie Turner Interiors, Mendelson Group, Inc., Michael Del Piero, Mikel Welch Designs, The Rinfret Group, Tilton Fenwick, and Wolf Interior Designs.
Now celebrating its 16th year, the showhouse is produced by Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation, Inc., which includes Honorary Design Co-Chairmen Jamie Drake and Alexa Hampton; architect Brian P. Brady; Corcoran super broker Gary DePersia; and NYC and East End designer Greg McKenzie. This year’s Honorary Showhouse Chairman is one of America’s foremost decorators, Mario Buatta. A Gala Preview Party will be held on Saturday, July 23 from 6–8:30 p.m.
The Hamptons Designer Showhouse will be open to visitors from Sunday, July 24 to Labor Day, Monday, September 5. Visit hamptondesignershowhouse.com for tickets and info.