~Up & Down the Village Lanes~
2014 East Hampton House & Garden Tour,
returns the weekend following Thanksgiving!
the festivities begin with
Cocktails at the Maidstone Club
on Old Beach Lane.
It's that time a year when the annual East Hampton House and Garden Tour is on many local's schedule. A wonderful weekend activity to take in historic homes and gardens. The event is kicked off tonight November 28th with an Opening Night Cocktail Party held for the first time this year at the historic Maidstone Club on Friday, November 28 from 6-8:30 pm. Tickets for the cocktail party cost $200, and include entry to the House Tour the following day on Saturday, November 29th from 1-4:30 pm. Tickets to the self-guided 2014 East Hampton House & Garden Tour alone are $65 in advance and $75 on the day of the tour. All ticket proceeds benefit the East Hampton Historical Society. Tickets can be purchased at the EHHS office at 101 Main Street Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-3:30pm or www.easthamptonhistory.org.
The quaint, historic homes tucked away throughout the village are enchanting while embracing and emphasizing rich architectural style. Although the annual house and garden tour offers varying architectural styles, these homes all share a love for the East End's past and present. There will be five beauties this year on the tour,
come take a look at a few...
Shingled compound on Buell Lane
Original Osborne house (Buell Lane)
The original Shingle Style home, Osborne House, has been enlarged, and nestled in the Buell Lane compound shows modernity and history combined.
A Handsome mid-century accents on Hither Lane
A tile mural of Benjamin Huntting’s Whaling Ship “Lucy” frames the hearth. Finished in 1921 this gem from the architects Polhemus and Coffin is an Egypt Lane landmark and one of East Hampton's most iconic houses.
Eclectic interiors on Buell Lane by designer Celerie Kemble
All ticket proceeds benefit
the East Hampton Historical Society.