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(ABOVE) “Tower Hill,” featuring two houses, a greenhouse conservatory, artist studio, and more.


This secluded property is owned by a celebrity–and after doing a bit of research it looks like it’s probably a super model who’s had it on and off the market several times in the past 10 or so years–but its beauty alone is enough to give it mention here. (For a 2007 article on that super model and this home, see bottom of page.)

Known as “Tower Hill,” the property was built in 1891 and restored by the current owner. It features four bedrooms and five baths in a main house and four additional bedrooms and two and one-half baths in a guest house. There is also a gated entry, separate four-car garage, barn/artist studio with living quarters (love), wisteria-covered pergola (love, love), and a greenhouse conservatory (love, love, love!).

The estate is currently on the market for $29.5 million. (My apologies for the smaller photographs below; those are what are available at the listing agent’s site. See listing agent details and more links regarding this house at bottom of page.)

~Janis Lyn Johnson

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All photographs via listing agent Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. (More photographs and information available there.)

For an article about the property and its probable super-model owner, see here.

For 121 additional (and larger) photographs of the property, visit this collection I discovered at the site of fine art photographer and author Jake Rajs.

6 comments on “An Enchanting 1891 Family Compound in Bridgehampton, New York”

  1. This is a treasure,your all posts such as treasure lovely Janis.This home is so charming,and your city florida charming too,every beautiful things in your city.This little pool is pretty,and the flowers between door.Upload more beautiful house post please.
    Happy Days~

    • I’m so happy you liked it, Rose. I think it’s a treasure, too! Will definitely upload more in the future. Thank you so much for continuing to visit my blog, Rose! Cheers ~Janis

    • It definitely is large enough to be a lovely boutique hotel, isn’t it?! Glad you enjoyed seeing it, Susan. Thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting! ~Janis

    • It is exquisite, isn’t it?! More interior and exterior photographs are available at the listing agent’s site! (I’ll make a note of that above, too.) Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving your comment, Gail! ~Janis

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