Summer nights will soon begin to cool, and fall's crisper weather will set in. When that happens, there’s nothing better than retreating to your own private reading room with a book in tow. Check out these homes that come with dreamy libraries ideal for getting cozy with a good read year-round.
With a warming fireplace and ample room for cozy couches and chairs, this Southampton library is ideal for an afternoon of blissful seclusion. Price upon request; contact Sotheby's listing agent Harald Grant, 227-4913
This library calls for a morning dedicated to a pot of coffee and your favorite book. With big bay windows that offer stunning views of the 3.9-acre estate, there’s no question that this is the perfect place to seek solace. $6.9 million; contact Douglas Elliman listing agents Justin Agnello, 267-7334, James Keogh, 267-7341, and Hara Kang, 267-7335
Bibliophiles can rejoice in this luxe, modern library in Wainscott that offers incredible views of the 13,000-square-foot home’s gardens and the reserve beyond. $13.9 million; contact Sotheby’s listing agent Beate V. Moore, 537-6000
Nothing beats a bay-side home with a two-story library that was made with a bookworm in mind. This Watermill abode’s grand book room offers a quiet, private reading area and plenty of shelving to store your favorite reads. Price upon request; contact Corcoran listing agents Tim Davis, 283-7300 and Peter Huffine, 899-0315
Revel in a classic tome in this Wainscott estate’s old-world reading room, which is ornamented with traditional wooden beams and old-school lighting fixtures. $13.5 million; contact Corcoran listing agent Elaine Stimmel, 907-1462