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A once-in-generations opportunity to own an East Hampton icon. The Frederick G. Potter House is a grand shingle-style cottage commanding the approach to Main Beach and the entrance to Lily Pond Lane, built in 1905 by renowned architect Joseph Greenleaf Thorp. Situated on a sprawling 1.5-acre estate, the three-story home offers panoramic views from Hook Pond to the Atlantic Ocean. Gentle sounds of surf and a refreshing breeze signal its close proximity to legendary Main Beach up the block and Hook Pond across the street. The main level features an array of spacious rooms, each with unique charm: a welcoming foyer and sun room, a private study, two comfortable living areas, a formal dining room, a well-appointed kitchen, and an intimate second dining area. Step outside the kitchen onto a large brick patio, perfect for al fresco dining with under open skies surrounded by beautiful gardens and ancient perimeter trees. The expansive grounds offer rolling lawns and an elevated pool area, ideal for relaxation and enjoyment on sunny days. Adjacent to the pool, a charming pool house offers convenience and a respite from the sun's rays. Venture upstairs to find seven bedrooms and six bathrooms on the second floor, including a primary suite with dual full bathrooms. Ascend to the third floor, offering seven more bedrooms and two bathrooms. Large gracious porches around the first and second floors provide comfortable lounging areas with commanding ocean views. The Frederick G. Potter House is more than a home; it's a cherished testament to East Hampton's enduring heritage. Embrace the past and secure your future with this exceptional estate. Contact us today for an exclusive viewing.