Live the ultimate Hamptons lifestyle in this one-of-a-kind equestrian compound located in the heart of the Hamptons. Campbell Stables, located south of the highway in Bridgehampton, is a modern Equestrian sanctuary accented with the richness and warmth of traditional design. Developed in 2015, the stunning facility sits on approximately 16.5 acres – plus a 2.6-acre agricultural reserve lot – and is comprised of five structures that are configured around a central courtyard, and provide any savvy purchaser an opportunity to own a significant piece of the Hamptons at an irreplaceable address and location.
Designed for Exquisite Summer Afternoons in a Luxurious Equestrian Setting
The traditional facades are designed with white clapboard accented by hunter green standing seam roofs and crimson red window muntins and mullions. The property has 27 stalls, 14 paddocks, and three outdoor rings with viewing stands. An air-conditioned second-floor viewing lounge includes an entertaining space plus family room and private bath overlooking the all-weather, 15,000-square-foot arena. Vaulted ceilings with exposed heavy timber beams are accented by the black iron work and the herringbone pattern brick inlays located in the central aisle. Upon arrival through the secure gates, the property features two meticulously manicured fields with the potential for polo. Other amenities include two tack rooms, a veterinarian and manager’s offices, and staff housing.
Enhanced Opportunities to Create a Premium Private or Commercial Equestrian Facility
These truly one of a kind grounds offer several unique opportunities to enhance the existing facility for private or commercial use. Please contact us for further details on these opportunities.
The Hamptons, on eastern Long Island’s South Fork, is a string of seaside communities known as a summer destination for affluent New York City residents. It’s marked by long stretches of beach and an interior of farmland, towns and villages with 18th-century shingle buildings and estates hidden behind tall boxwood hedges. East Hampton is home to high-end restaurants, bars and designer boutiques. In the Hamptons each summer, horses and riders enjoy unprecedented popularity. Since the revival in 1971 of the Southampton Horse Show, and the growth of its successor, the Hampton Classic, the area has seen the return of an equestrian tradition dating back to the turn of the century. ...