Originally built in 1795 by the Miller family and modified in 1873 by Henry Hedges Schellinger. More recently part of the story of the abstract expressionist world of Pollock and DeKooning. Located on 3 acres in historic Springs, this rustic farmhouse is close to Ashawagh Hall, Accobonac Harbor (Louse Point and Gerard Drive), the Jackson Pollock House and the Springs General Store. Incredible grounds feature a 20 x 50 pool, and a variety of fascinating outbuildings including a detached garage, studio, barn and fenced-in riding area (property was an equestrian farm at one point). Set among meadows and mature trees. 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, office, 2 fireplaces, wood burning stove in the large eat-in kitchen. Also on the first floor is a generous living room, dining room and full bath.
East Hampton Rental Registry #: 16-2920, Exp. 8/4/18