If you’ve got expensive taste, this $3 million kitchen will make you feel right at home.
The designer kitchen, which comes with its own bakery and walk-in refrigerator, is just one of the rooms oozing opulence at a Hamptons home that has hit the market for $58.5 million.
The 20,000 square foot neoclassical home in Water Mill, New York has eight bedrooms, eleven bathrooms and eight grand fireplaces with early 19th century mantles, thelistingnotes.
Outside, the four-acre estate includes an Infinity-edge pool, Jacuzzi, tennis court, a Koi pond and a private pier that leads to the water.
No detail spared: This 20,000 square foot mansion in Water Mill has gone on the market for $58.5 million
Luxury: The mansion features this lavish $3 million designer kitchen, which contains a bakery
What a welcome: The grand entrance of the home, in Water Mill, New York, which was re-listed this week
And if that’s too much stress, you can return inside to your 10,000-bottle wine room and a 16-seat theater or take a moment in the sauna.
The estate can be controlled and monitored from anywhere in the world through its specialist security camera and entertainment system.
His love of cooking is reflected in the impressive kitchen, which features a prep kitchen and a finishing kitchen with heated counters and a Molteni stove.
Good location: The home is a two-hour drive – or roughly 95 miles – from Manhattan
Grand: The entrance has a cast-bronze double staircase and a 19th century stained-glass skylight
Stunning views: The home which overlooks Mecox Bay has 8 fireplaces with early 19th century mantles
Home entertainment: The 20,000 square foot mansion also features its own 16-seat theater
Features: The home has a gym and sauna – and after all that hard work you can head to the wine cellar…
Drinking to success: The eight-bed 11-bath mansion also has a 10,000-bottle wine room
It even features a bakery with artisan deck ovens.
It was designed by Mark Stech-Novak, who has designed kitchens for hotels including the Four Seasons and for award-winning chefs including Wylie Dufresne and Alain Ducasse.
Borrok made headlines in 2007 when he sold 14 Penn Plaza in New York City for a staggering $250 million profit.
It looks like he could also take home a tidy sum this time around too, as he bought the estate in 2003 for just $3.6 million.
Selling: Real estate developer Andrew Borrok, with Mischa Barton, bought the home for $3.6 million in 2003
Stunning: The four-acre estate includes an Infinity-edge pool, Jacuzzi and a Koi pond
Privacy: The estate also has its own private pier that leads to the water at Mecox Bay
Everything you need: The tennis court at the home, which was re-listed by owner Andrew Borrock
Picturesque: This image shows an outline of the large estate overlooking the bay in Water Mill