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Looking to move into a just-built, architecturally significant 10,000-square-foot estate, sitting on a majestic treelined acreage in East Hampton, that is both super luxurious and eco-friendly? The soon-complete and fresh-on-themarket 8 Barnes Avenue – and its forthcoming sister properties – are probably for you. Developed by DeUna Holdings, led by Hezi Mena and Stefano Braganti,… Read More

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Next Generation Hamptons Estates: Luxury Meets Eco-Friendly

Key Points

  • Architecturally significant 10,000-square-foot estate in East Hampton
  • Developed by DeUna Holdings, led by Hezi Mena and Stefano Braganti
  • High on luxury and low on environmental footprint
  • 8 Barnes Avenue and its forthcoming sister properties

Environmentally Conscious Luxury Living

8 Barnes Avenue: A New Standard for Hamptons Estates

For those looking to move into a just-built, architecturally significant 10,000-square-foot estate in East Hampton that is both luxurious and eco-friendly, 8 Barnes Avenue is the perfect choice. Developed by DeUna Holdings, led by Hezi Mena and Stefano Braganti, this property sets a new standard for Hamptons estates.

Upcoming Sister Properties

8 Barnes Avenue is just the beginning, as DeUna Holdings plans to develop more eco-friendly luxury estates in the area. These forthcoming sister properties will continue to raise the bar for environmentally conscious living in the Hamptons.

Expert Insight: Jessica Fulk

Real estate expert Jessica Fulk shares her thoughts on this new trend in Hamptons estates:

“As a Realtor, I’m excited to see the shift towards eco-friendly luxury homes in the Hamptons. This new generation of estates not only offers the high-end amenities that buyers are looking for, but also demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and reducing environmental impact.”

Jessica also encourages potential buyers to consider the long-term benefits of investing in eco-friendly properties:

“When searching for homes for sale, it’s important to think about the future. Investing in an eco-friendly property not only helps protect the environment, but can also lead to cost savings in the long run through reduced energy consumption and maintenance costs.”

Hot Take

As the next generation of Hamptons estates goes high on luxury and low on environmental footprint, it’s clear that the future of real estate is shifting towards sustainability. With properties like 8 Barnes Avenue and its forthcoming sister estates, buyers can now enjoy the best of both worlds: luxurious living and eco-friendly design. This trend is not only beneficial for the environment, but also for homeowners who can enjoy long-term cost savings and a healthier living space. As more developers like DeUna Holdings embrace this approach, we can expect to see a growing number of eco-friendly luxury homes in the Hamptons and beyond.



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