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Where is Summer House Filmed? Get Details on the Season 8 Vacation Rental Home

Find out the exact location where the Summer House cast vacationed and partied on Season 8 of the series. 

By Jamontae Hickman

For nearly a decade, viewers have witnessed the Summer House cast take a break from their busy lives in the Big Apple on the weekends to go live it up in the Hamptons. The seaside community is an affluent summer destination for many New York residents as it offers access to pristine beaches, fancy shops, and is home to many exclusive estates.

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Watch Summer House on Bravo Thursdays at 9/8c and next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app.

On Season 8 of Summer House, our favorite housemates fled to the exclusive social town once more to lodge under one roof, where they threw themed parties, forged new friendships, and provided a glimpse at their love lives.

So where exactly did cast members Amanda BatulaKyle CookeLindsay HubbardCarl RadkePaige DeSorboCiara MillerDanielle OliveraGabby Prescod, Jesse Solomonand West Wilson make their epic memories? Here’s everything you want to know about the Summer House Season 8 filming location, including a look inside their beautiful vacation rental.

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Where is Summer House filmed?

Throughout eight seasons, Summer House has been filmed in numerous locations in the Hamptons. Occasionally, the series even tapes in various boroughs in New York City.

When it comes to the castmates' shared summer home, they stay in Water Mill, New York, located in the town of Southampton. This has served as the primary residence for the Summer House cast since Season 6.

According to Hedges, the 6,500-square-foot lavish home is worth an estimated $5 million and features seven bedrooms and eight-and-a-half bathrooms.

The Summer House cast posing in front of a step and repeat.

Go inside the Summer House Season 8 vacation home 

As previously mentioned, the Water Mill property has been inhabited by the Hamptons housemates for the last three seasons of Summer House. On the Season 7 premiere of the series, Kyle explained the cons of the house at the time.

"The Hamptons: known for old money, also old laws. Our house just so happens to be zoned for five bedrooms — not nine," Kyle shared, noting that "four of the bedrooms" were "not useable," resulting in many of the cast having to share bedrooms. 

Fast-forward to Season 8, Kyle along with his other friends, were delighted to see that the Hamptons home received a few upgrades. In Episode 1, Danielle informed Paige, Gabby, and Ciara that the house had been "rezoned" to accommodate more bedroom space for everyone.

A split of the different rooms at the Summer House.
A before and after of a room redecoration at the Summer House.

In addition to the extra bedrooms, one of the front rooms was completely transformed into a new lounge area. It was decorated with a black-and-white-patterned area rug and featured a cream-colored sofa with grey and salmon-colored pillows, replacing a desk in front of the window.

The home improvements didn't stop there. Two chairs were replaced with a white bar and black bar stools. Plus, a new plant was added in the corner and some colorful wall art was included to complete the space's overall chic vibe.

To see how the cast reacted to the Hamptons rental home renovations, check out the video above.

Watch new episodes of Summer House on Thursdays at 9/8c on Bravo. Stream the next day on Peacock. 

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