The History of Two Trees

Two Trees, the iconic equestrian farm located off of Hayground Road in Bridgehampton, was acquired by the Walentas family in 1987 and quickly became known as one of the finest equestrian facilities on the East Coast and the home of the Bridgehampton Polo Club. The 115-acre farm was originally named “Carwyham” and owned by the Corwith family for generations until bought in the 1950s by Sayre Baldwin, the patriarch of another locally prominent family. Baldwin continued to own and operate farming at Carwyham until his death a little over 30 years later at which ti me the Walentas family bought Carwyham and renamed it Two Trees.

This magnificent, sprawling farm features one of the oldest farmhouses in the Hamptons, originally built in the late 1600s, fully renovated and meticulously maintained throughout the Walentas ownership and used regularly by the family. Upon acquiring Two Trees, the Walentas family also built two new barns, and a large indoor riding area, new polo fields, 100 stalls, and started a riding academy. Since the mid-1990s, Two Trees earned its reputation as a premiere equestrian facility and hosted the Bridgehampton Polo Club and its annual polo tournaments spanning nearly two decades.

Today, the Two Trees farm and its pristine equestrian facilities continue on and now include twelve of the most coveted luxury home sites in the Hamptons – eleven ranging from 1.8± acres to 3± acres, and one comprised of 9.7± acres combining open space with an expansive building area – and all with bucolic farm views.

Visionaries, the Walentas family has thoughtfully developed and is offering for sale completed state-of-the-art, timeless newly constructed country estate homes as well as a variety of adjoining vacant parcels to discerning buyers who treasure artful construction, luxury, exclusivity, privacy, and the natural beauty of Two Trees.