‘Summer House’ has filmed at this trio of ritzy Hamptons mansions

From Montauk to Sag Harbor, we take a closer look at the three remarkable residences where Summer House has filmed over the years.

Carissa Moore
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The cast & house in Season 7 of 'Summer House': (l-r) Paige DeSorbo, Ciara Miller, Carl Radke, Lindsay Hubbard, Amanda Batula, Kyle Cooke, Danielle Olivera, Gabby Prescod, Chris Leoni, Mya Allen, Samantha Feher. Photo credit: Sasha Israel / Bravo)

Summer House is a must-watch reality show on Bravo featuring a group of friends who share a summer house in the Hamptons. The reality series personifies the motto ‘work hard, play harder’, as the show’s stars escape their typical 9-5 jobs by turning partying into a profession.

Trading the hustle and bustle of their busy lives in New York City for the high society of the Hamptons has made for entertaining television as the series soars into its eighth season.

A revolving door of castmates has come and gone throughout the years, but Kyle Cooke, Carl Radke, and Lindsay Hubbard have been notable mainstays since the beginning. Other prominent houseguests include Amanda Batula, Paige DeSorbo, and Ciara Miller.

Despite the inevitable arguments and dating drama that come with his motley crew living under one roof, Cooke once perfectly summed up the premise of the series in four simple words: summer should be fun!

There have been at least three different shingle-style share houses the group has spent their summer weekends at, all of which are the epitome of luxury and extravagance.

So today we’ll take a closer look at the trio of remarkable residences where Summer House has filmed over the years, from Montauk to Sag Harbor.

Where was the first season of ‘Summer House’ filmed?

The very first season of Summer House premiered in 2017, featuring a filming location that was far from modest.

The first summer rental really set the standard for the series, providing a refined backdrop for a group of rowdy residents.

Situated at 90 Napeague Harbor Road in Amagansett, this sprawling 4,500-square-foot abode boasts four bedrooms, five baths, and stunning waterfront views.

The property used in Summer House, Season 1, a 4,500-square-foot, four-bedroom house in Amagansett, New York. Photo credit: Google Maps
The property used in Summer House, Season 1, a 4,500-square-foot, four-bedroom house in Amagansett, New York. Photo credit: Google Maps

Built in 2011 and listed at a rental price of $85,000 per month, this luxurious home provides both seclusion and distinction, nestled amidst vast acres of pristine natural preserve. A private pathway to Napeague Harbor Bay makes for convenient access to the Hamptons’ well-known Walking Dunes.

Every ensuite bedroom opens up to a private outdoor area while the primary suite is decked out with its own laundry room, heated floors, and sumptuous master bath fully equipped with a stone shower.

Cathedral ceilings, antique beams, and a four-season sunroom are just a few more reasons to love this sweet summer haven. The eat-in kitchen comes with all the bells and whistles, including a huge center island that seats six and more high-end appliances than you could ever imagine.

Naturally, this East End estate has an array of luxury amenities including a heated infinity edge pool and indoor spa, inviting outdoor living spaces, and incredible panoramic views.

With only a short distance to Montauk and any of the Hamptons’ illustrious beaches, it would be hard to say goodbye to this house once summer comes to a close.

Where did ‘Summer House’ move to next?

Summer House scored a new filming location for its second season, which would become a regular rental for the next couple of summers.

Found at 1451 Deerfield Road in Water Mill, this exceptional spot was another grand slam as far as Hamptons properties go. With 6,500 square feet of living space atop a sprawling 5-acre lot, there are plenty of reasons why this house became the ultimate party venue for several consecutive seasons.

The Water Mill property used as filming location for Bravo's Summer House starting with Season 2. Photo credit: Realtor.com
The Water Mill property used as filming location for Bravo’s Summer House starting with Season 2. Photo credit: Realtor.com

Last sold for $3.6 million in 2021, the home features seven bedrooms and nine baths.

The crystal clear water of the heated pool is perfect for taking a leisurely swim while soaking up the sun and taking in the views of the beautiful landscape. The outdoor pavilion is a great place to entertain guests or simply lounge around.

An expansive kitchen with marble countertops, a lush living room, and a charming family room offer a touch of comfort and class. The massive basement space features an entertainment center, pool table, and a handy kitchenette.

Everything about this property is truly outstanding… and did we mention there’s even a tennis court? This property is what dreams are made of.

Where is it being filmed now?

The show’s stars packed up their bags yet again for season six, settling in at another amazing location. The picturesque mansion where Summer House has most recently filmed reflects the upscale ambiance and grandeur associated with coastal living.

The house at the center of Summer House, starting with Season 6. Photo credit: Youtube / NestSeekers

Located at 2136 Deerfield Road in Sag Harbor and just bordering on Water Mill, this regal retreat comes with a premium price tag of $5 million.

The exquisite estate is also available to rent year-round for $450,000, or $375,000 during the peak summer season, Memorial Day through Labor Day. The home was constructed in 2002 and has been meticulously maintained with exceptional attention to detail.

After undergoing a complete $1 million renovation in 2020, this sprawling Hamptons property has everything you could ever need to make for an unforgettable summer. Bonus points: it’s within driving distance to another memorable movie & TV home, as John Wick’s house is set in nearby Water Mill.

But going back to our Summer House property, the 6,500-square-foot residence is everything that you would ever want in a summer rental — and then some.

Nestled on 5 acres of verdant landscape, this Hamptons home features seven ensuite bedrooms and eight and a half baths. The exclusive gated property offers a private and secure sanctuary for its guests and residents.

The great room comes equipped with a whimsical stone fireplace and flawlessly opens to a roomy formal dining space. The gleaming gourmet kitchen features a white and gray design and an enormous center island with a waterfall countertop. Keeping up with the theme of supreme sophistication, Miele and Viking appliances can be found throughout the heart of the home.

A stately library, serene sunroom, and an out-of-this-world backyard are all the more reasons to fall in love with this property.

Proving to be the perfect place to throw a party, the outdoor space boasts a fabulous heated Gunite pool with spa, a custom cabana, an outdoor bar, and a rooftop sundeck.

Despite the vast size of this contemporary compound, access to certain areas is restricted for the Summer House cast.

All of these summer houses undoubtedly hold special memories for the cast.

These palatial Hamptons pads are where friendships were formed, relationships blossomed, and where the joy of summer fun will linger on beyond just the season.

For now, Summer House is still being shot at 2136 Deerfield Road but only time will tell if other fancy Hamptons homes will be explored in the future.

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