Bridgehampton, settled in the mid 1650's, is a beautiful part of the Hamptons in Eastern Long Island founded form astounding history now filled with culture, cuisine, night life, shopping, luxury real estate, and sensational landscapes. It's conveniently located between Southampton, East Hampton and Sag Harbor.
The Hamlet of Bridgehampton is known as the home of the famous horse show, the Hampton Classic. It was also home to the American Automobile racing culture, with the 2.85 mile 13 turn road racing course, which has now been famously converted into a beautiful golf course known as The Bridge.
Soaring tremendously of fantastic music, art, and cuisine, Bridgehampton Village has attracted people from all over the world during the beautiful summer months in eastern Long Island. It is home of Channing Daughters Vineyards, one of the three vineyards located on the South Fork of Long Island (more famously known for its breath taking ocean beaches). And while the beaches thrive during the summer months, the community also proudly offers the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival bringing forward some of the finest artistic musicians in an intimate and delightful fun setting for any audience.
In addition to the landscapes, high-end real estate, and vineyards, the history of this beautiful community is the secret soul and attraction. The Corwith House and The Nathaniel Rogers House remain a highly attractive part of Bridgehampton. Nathaniel Rogers, artist and founding member of the National Academy of Art and Design, is a large part of the architectural culture with buildings including the Presbyterian Church, now the place of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, and his own home. His home was made famous when it was operated as the Hampton Inn for just over half a century, and now is the headquarters of the Bridgehampton Historical Society.
A small part of Eastern Long Island, overflowing with local and touristic charm, the Hamlet of Bridgehampton has astounding history and remains filled with fine musical and artistic culture, sensational beaches, fantastic cuisine, and some of the most desired properties (north and south of the highway) in the Bridgehampton Real Estate market.