Situated on Georgica Pond with nearly a quarter-mile of waterfront, rests a one-of-a-kind estate with an unrivaled pedigree and privacy. Briar Patch is unified by two separate lots creating an expansive waterfront compound on 11.2 acres+/- with 13,800 SF+/- of total living space. With 5 structures, including the immaculate main residence, a guest house, pool cabana, and 2 garages; this expansive property offers a rarified opportunity to own in an all-inclusive setting in East Hampton. Southwestern views from ample outdoor living and entertaining spaces, take in awe-inspiring sunsets over Georgica Pond with the Atlantic Ocean visible beyond. Built, in 1931 the main residence is an innovative feat of design, where old-world architecture and tasteful finishes converge. Expansiveness defined by exquisite detail makes up the main residence, with 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half bathrooms, and remarkable living and entertaining spaces. The home was designed to entertain, and its impressive focal point is the spacious living room with double-height, vaulted ceilings, and a magnificent fireplace. Clerestory windows line each side of the room, allowing light to flood the space. The home also features many sets of French doors that lead to patios - ideal for dining al fresco with views of Georgica Pond and the expansive grounds. The guest house, set on 3.7 acres+/- with 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half bathroom, is a private escape for guests. Built, in 1990 by Peter Marino, this home is newer than the main residence, but still maintains the timeless charm of the estate. This home is an entirely separate retreat with a kitchen, 4 ensuite bedrooms, a powder room, and a living room with coffered ceilings and a fireplace. Surrounded by greenery for ultimate privacy, the heated gunite pool and spa is nestled between the two homes. Adjacent to the pool, beyond the trees, is a Har-Tru tennis court connected to the pool cabana that features a full bathroom and outdoor shower. The substantial property has nature trails that weave through mature trees and natural landscaping, as well as a private pond. From your private estate, you have the ability to sail or kayak across the pond to the ocean. Known as the Shephard Krech House, the main home was originally constructed by notable early twentieth-century architect, Arthur C. Jackson in 1931, who played a role in preparing the plans for the New York Public Library and designed the East Hampton estate known as Lasata - Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' childhood summer home. While Peter Marino was constructing the guest house in 1990-over half a century after the home's initial construction-he also made renovations to the main residence to seamlessly merge the compound's design. This compound is ideally situated south of the highway on desirable Briar Patch Road, just a short drive or boat ride to ocean beaches and minutes to the shops and restaurants of East Hampton Village. This distinguished estate is a secluded getaway, unparalleled in size, stature, and history.