In 2010 it sold for $4.5 million—which means it’s now asking half a million less than what the current owners purchased it for.
Seeing a home before making a purchase is a big step in home-owning. Attending an open house is a great way to do that.
Do you think that the market value has risen enough over the last five years that the current asking price will entice someone to purchase the desirable property?
In 2005, the property was purchased for $970,000 and the current home was completed two years after. Since the property now includes a home, we’re going to start the guessing at $1.5 million.
Tell us in the comments
The four-bedroom, three-bath house has partial water views over Sag Harbor Bay and is sited on 0.22 acres of land.
We’ve got to ask our readers: Would you nix the floral wallpaper in the dining room? We think that it might be a cool accent wall if done right.
We first featured the property in March of 2017 when it was listed for $11.5M. Since then, the home has had multiple price cuts, the most recent $2M change in price bringing the property down to $5.995M.
It needs some work, but if you’re seeking a low-maintenance East End home, this could be just the space you’ve been looking for.
More than half of our readers cast their votes in the highest two categories—between $3 million and $3.5 million, and over $3.5 million. In 2008, the property sold for $2.5 million. Before that, it sold as an empty lot in 2004 for $425,000.
The largest parcel currently available for sale on Shelter Island spans 20 acres—and it’s waterfront on West Neck Creek.
Spanning 4,200 square feet, the home offers five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, one half-bath, and an open floorplan.