Take a rare look at the mansions hidden behind the Hamptons’ famously high hedges

TRD New York /
Aug.August 02, 2017 12:25 PM

Ira Leon Rennert’s mansion in the Hamptons (Credit: Getty Images)

From Business Insider: Beyond its beautiful beaches, bays, and lagoons, there’s another type of eye candy that’s native to the Hamptons: gorgeous, hidden real estate.

Tucked at the end of snaking driveways, with huge shrubs blocking any chance of a roadside view, some of the East End’s most breathtaking homes are rarely seen — at least, until now.

Aerial photographer Jeff Cully of EEFAS captured the area’s most exclusive enclaves and the mansions hidden within.

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