Eklund Gomes brings Bridgehampton winery homes to market

John Gomes (top left), Fredrik Eklund (bottom left) and a rendering of one of the homes at Barn & Vine

John Gomes (top left), Fredrik Eklund (bottom left) and a rendering of one of the homes at Barn & Vine

Barn and Vine, a collection of 37 new-construction homes in Bridgehampton, will hit the market today, The Real Deal has learned. The houses are priced between $2.8 million and $4 million.

The homes, developed by Continental Pinewood Development Partners, a partnership between Continental Ventures and Pinewood Development, abut Channing Daughters Winery, just off Scuttlehole Road.

The properties are being marketed by Douglas Elliman power duo John Gomes and Fredrik Eklund. Eklund also stars on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York.” The two will be marketing the homes in partnership with the firm’s Hamptons office.

Five of the homes are currently under construction. The rest will be rolled out as buyers sign on, since the residences are customized for each purchaser. Purchasers can choose their desired lot as well as from five different packages of interior finishes designed by Manhattan-based Carlyle Designs.

“We want to bring more style to the beach house,” Gomes said. “Things just got so bland and everybody does things so ‘beachy.’ You walk into a home and there’s a glass bowl filled with shells. It’s like ‘we get it! It’s the beach’”

The houses are sized between 5,800 to 7,200 square feet and sit on more than half an acre apiece.

“You look out the back of your home and you’re watching the sun set west over the vines of the winery,” Gomes said.

In addition, purchasers will have access to a concierge service provided by Chaloners of the Hamptons.

Commenting on  the concierge service, Gomes added: “You don’t want to get off the helicopter and go to the store. You can just go home and the refrigerator is stocked. They can organize your dinner party or child care for your kids for the weekend so you can live the dream.”

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