This season’s best Hamptons rentals

Rentals ranged from a mere $15,000 to just under $1M

Mar.March 15, 2014 05:00 PM

With spring on the horizon, it’s time to start gearing up for the upcoming Hamptons season. Summer rentals go fast, so it’s always best to look early and look often. We scanned Sotheby’sBrown Harris Stevens, and Corcoran to find the greatest Memorial Day to Labor Day rentals currently on the market at every price point.

For $15,000, you can stay in this 1920s three bedroom for the summer.

Located in New Suffolk, it’s a little out of the way. But with 1,400 square feet, an outdoor patio with grill, and walking distance to the beach, it’s worth it.

For under $40,000, you could stay in his Southampton three-bedroom house with a pool.

It has a billiard table, outdoor grill, huge kitchen, and 1,700 square feet of space for $35,000.

This six-bedroom Sagaponack home can be yours for under $200,000.

With over nine acres, a tennis court, koi pond, heated pool and waterfall, plus two grilling stations, this is the ultimate summer home for $195,000.

And for super high rollers, spend $900,000 on this exquisite South Hampton mansion.

With 18,000+ square feet, this 12-bedroom mansion has 25 rooms, outdoor and indoor pools, a spa, tennis court, carriage house, green house, and not one, but two detached four-car garages.

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