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Tuesday, September 1, 2015
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On Saturday, August 8, AVENUE on the Beach and Hamptons editor Helena Gautier hosted their annual End of Summer Party at the beautiful Baker House 1650 in East Hampton.


Nestled among old trees and blooming gardens, Baker House is one of the oldest continuously occupied structures in the

United States, dating to the earliest settlers of the Village of East Hampton. It was built in 1648 and served as the town meeting hall, community center and the first location of religious services, as well as a private residence. In 1996 the Baker House underwent an extensive renovation, returning the house to its original 1917 charm and becoming a small luxury hotel.


Guests who came to toast AVENUE on the Beach and enjoy the evening included Lexi Bowes-Lyon, Jamie Johnson, Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, Ludi Salm, Zibby Right, Lea Lis and Adam Haggiag, among others.


The guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres and drinks provided by the Baker House, and the summer night was enhanced by the sounds of DJ Superdave, Allen Dalton Productions, and floral arrangements from Flowers by Topaz.


Photos by Patrick McMullan



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