Recently voted into the Wall Street Journal’s 2018 ‘House of The Year’ competition among the 50 ‘House of the Week’ winners. Designed, built, and restored to an impeccable standard of craftsmanship and style by local architect Val Florio and McGrath Builders, Narrow Lane Farm is a 10 building luxury farm compound featuring a brand new 7,304 sq. ft., 4-bedroom main house, a lifted and fully renovated 2,611 sq. ft., 2-bedroom 1920s farmhouse, two-car barn style garage with an apartment and sunken terrace with hot tub below, and five beautifully restored, original barns spread across 3+/- bucolic acres in the heart of Sagaponack, adjacent to the Wolffer Estate. Thoughtfully conceived and brilliantly executed, the restored barns offer modern functionality with a nod to an agrarian past. The “Tavern on the Green”, a former farm workshop, has a handsome black interior color scheme, fireplace, and bar with kegerator and double draft beer tap tower for memorable entertaining. The renovated potato barn, which could be reconfigured to house an antique car collection, has a groom’s lounge with full bath, loft sitting area, and three horse stalls. The adjacent handmade, heavy timber, mortice and tenon run-in barn and paddocks with Amish wood fencing add to the equestrian infrastructure for potentially stabling horses on the property. Though not limited to equestrian pursuits, the acre of famed Sagaponack soil ringing the compound could be used for any sort of planting or recreation from hobby farming to winemaking. Flanking the heated, gunite, salt water pool is the pool house built from the restored Marconi Barn and the restored 1940s “Farm to Table” dining barn. The pool house, with powder bath and HVAC, is built from the original Marconi wireless telegraph station that opened on Sagg Main Beach in 1902 and directed rescue traffic from the Titanic. As for living spaces, the compound has a total of 7 en suite bedrooms in the main house, farmhouse, and terrace apartment suite.