Introducing The Mill House Inn and Graybarn Cottage, a world-renowned hospitality assemblage consisting of 3 properties, all located in the heart of East Hampton Village with each being an integral part of the MHI brand. Situated across from East Hampton's iconic Old Hook Mill, on the contiguous properties of 31 & 33 North Main Street, this renowned boutique B&B blends effortlessly into the quaint historic look of East Hampton Village while expanding greatly to the rear on 1.14 acres with over 11,000 sq. ft. of living space spread out between 2 separate buildings with parking for 20 cars. The original Mill House Inn, located at 31 North Main Street, is zoned Pre-Existing, Non-Conforming, Commercial in a Historic District. The MHI 'back house', located at 33 North Main Street, is zoned Residential with a Guest House Permit. Together they house 10 guest bedrooms and suites, 15.5 Baths, Commercial and Chef's Kitchens, 2 offices, ample common space, storage, laundry and staff accommodations. Original structures date back to 1790 and 1990. Additions and major renovations in 2001, 2005, 2011 added glass and stone baths, fireplaces, new and historic window renovations. The HVAC has 18 zones, 1,000 Amps of electric, high-speed internet, alarm systems, and digital TV. The interior is well-appointed, and the lush exterior landscaping offers the feeling of a private retreat within a few blocks of everything East Hampton Village has to offer. Located at 51 Buell Lane, Graybarn Cottage, or GBC, is the 3rd and final component of the MHI brand. GBC smartly brings forth a larger high-end accommodation for those looking for a longer stay in the heart of East Hampton. Once the residence of renowned writer and ad executive Lois Wyse, this 3-bedroom 1950's potato barn with a 1-bedroom guest house was extensively renovated in 2008 to allow for 4,750+/- sq. ft. of living space. Situated on a shy half acre, the professionally landscaped secluded parcel with 40' saltwater gunite pool, spa, outdoor shower, and mahogany decks, also boasts a custom chef's kitchen, gas fireplaces, marble and glass steam showers and soaking tubs that further exemplify the MHI brand's attention to detail. GBC's magnificent two-story library, as well as its oversized stone fireplace, evoke a timeless quality that keeps guests coming back again and again. What's better than having a private residence to yourself while also relishing the superior concierge services that go hand-in-hand with the Mill House Inn? Overall, this is an extremely desirable high caliber opportunity, both from the value of the land and the scarcity of commercial offerings on the East End. Whether this be for a new Boutique Hotel, the unique dining experience of a Chef-Restaurateur, the further extension of a Lifestyle Brand, a Compound, Corporate Retreat, or a specific Investment Growth Opportunity, the properties of The Mill House Inn present an extra special acquisition in the forever 'en vogue' Village of East Hampton.
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