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The myth of ‘We don’t build houses like we used to’

The common lament misses crucial context about the style trends and building materials of the past.

Modern just north of East Hampton village goes into contract, asking $2.9M

A boxy modern just 1 mile north of East Hampton village has found a buyer and is currently pending a sale. Most recently asking $2.9 million, the property went on the market in June of 2017 for $4.45 million and steadily dropped its price in the year and a half since.

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What $4M buys you in Amagansett

Let’s see what this budget gets you in Amagansett

Most expensive bayfront sale on Dune Road in 10 years sells for $6.4M

The house first became available for sale in November of 2017 for $6.75 million. There were no changes in price between then and when the house went into contract a year later.

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The best wedding venues in the Hamptons, mapped

Wedding season is upon us, and the East End is one of the most sought-after locations for beach weddings.

Designer Carmen Marc Valvo drops the price of his waterfront Bridgehampton estate

Sited on an acre of land, the 4,400-square-foot shingled house has four bedrooms and six full bathrooms, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and a third-floor loft with views over Mecox Bay and out to the ocean.

Sag Harbor home once belonging to the designer of the first American flag asks $7.5M

What do you think of the asking price?

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The most iconic sites in the Hamptons

Check out these historic and iconic buildings on the East End

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Where to donate used furniture in the Hamptons

The Ram’s Head Inn on Shelter Island is for sale, asking $9.75M

The 4.3-acre property has a 22-room inn, space for private events and weddings, a tennis court, and a restaurant

How much for a renovated waterfront house with a dock in Sag Harbor?

Can you guess this week’s PriceSpotter?

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Hamptons open houses to check out this week

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.

Open thread: What’s your favorite Hamptons town and why?

Tell us in the comments.

Attractive renovated farmhouse in Sag Harbor sells for $2.9M

The handsome modern farmhouse-style home first came on the market in February of 2017 for $4.25M, but over the next almost two years the price steadily came down. When a contract was signed at the end of November 2018, the property was listed for $3.25M.

In Hampton Bays, a bayfront fixer-upper with a two-story living room asks $1.2M

We love what this house has to offer, and we’re interested to see what it would look like if the new owners decided to renovate rather than tear it down for a new-build.

In the Georgica section, a renovated estate on 3 acres finds a buyer

In 2015, the property sold for $9.5 million before being updated and returning to the market in April of 2018 for $12.9 million. There was a single $1 million price cut one month after it listed.

Dune Road’s ‘Sandcastle’ estate is now $1M cheaper

Built in 2015, the house first became available for sale three years ago for $24 million, but has been on and off the market since then. The $17.9 million asking price is about 75 percent of the original listing.

Big reveal: $2.37M for a tiny oceanview cottage in Montauk

Some work will need to be done to bring the house up to date, and it may be a bit small for some people’s taste, but the 0.69-acre property is in a desirable south-of-the-highway Hither Hills location.

Fixer-upper in Hampton Bays with lots of potential wants $749K

Features include an open floorplan, hardwood floors, and some spaces that have already been renovated. Outside, there’s a new pool, a hot tub, and an outdoor shower.

A 3-acre Sagaponack estate sells for $9.95M

The property has been on and off the market for the past few years: In March of 2017, it was asking $16 million, but after several price cuts, it was most recently available for the final closing price of $9.95 million.

What $9M buys you in Montauk right now

These are some gorgeous properties

In East Hampton, a renovated contemporary with a tennis court on 4 acres wants $2.1M

Considering that it’s been totally renovated, it’s on a large piece of land, and there’s a pool and tennis court outside, we think that $2.1 million is a reasonable starting point for this property.

The oldest house in Montauk, Second House, is getting restored

Second House was first built back in 1746

Fixer-upper near the ocean in East Hampton’s Georgica section now under $6M

When it came on the market a year ago, it was asking $6.95 million before cutting the asking price in June down to $6.2 million. After another change in price earlier this week, it’s now the lowest it’s been since becoming available for sale.

Attractive North Sea traditional finds a buyer after nearly three years

Located at 16 Jennings Road, the house is less than a mile from the Conscience Point National Wildlife Refuge, and about 4 miles north of Southampton village shops and restaurants. Douglas Elliman agent David Donohue represents the listing.

French-inspired estate on Georgica Pond in East Hampton is back on the market

Back in 2011, this stucco French-inspired East Hampton estate went on the market for $5.9M, and by May of 2012, the property closed for $4.65M. Seven years later, the house is available for sale again, this time with a steeper price tag of $8,495,000.

Beautiful new-build in Bridgehampton goes into contract, last asking $11.95M

The property once belonged to ‘Manchester by the Sea’ director, Kenneth Lonergan

Waterfront stunner on Shelter Island is yours for $5.3M

Considering the size of the house and the fact that it’s waterfront, the price doesn’t seem too bad—but the downside is that it’s only on a half-acre of land.

How much for this tiny 900 sq. ft. oceanview cottage in Montauk?

Can you guess this week’s PriceSpotter?

10 realistic New Year’s resolutions for Hamptons locals

What’s your New Year’s resolution?

Renovated East Hampton village house sells for $2.15M

The house was available with most of the furnishings

Open thread: How would you describe the Hamptons in three words?

Tell us in the comments

Iconic windmill house in Montauk is in contract

Originally listed for $1.9M back in May of 2018, the shingled house saw just one price cut during its time available for sale. In August, the asking price went down to $1.7M, which is what it was most recently listed for when a contract was signed.

Fix up this cool modern house in Springs, asking $999K

Features include hardwood floors, sliding glass doors that lead outside, and a kitchen with a separate dining area. We love the glass brick detail near the front entrance and the floor-to-ceiling concrete fireplace in the living room.

Water Mill compound with a restored century-old farmhouse asks $3.545M

Originally built back in 1920, the recent restoration by Artisan Builders and interiors designed by Katrina Hernandez brings the house into the 21st century.

Bayfront modern on Westhampton’s Dune Road sells for $1.9M

After the existing house was completed, it arrived on the market for $3.5 million in 2014. Over the next four years, "the Cube" would see multiple changes in price, eventually cutting the price down to $1,995,000.

Beautiful shingled Bridgehampton house from 1890 finds a buyer

Features include hardwood floors, three legal levels (one of which was grandfathered in), multiple fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen with a breakfast area, a screened-in porch, and a master suite with two closets and a marble bathroom.

Artist’s East Hampton retreat relists for less, asking $1.895M

Curbed readers may remember a colorful East Hampton house that has been on and off the market over the last year and a half. Artist Ernst Lurker—the founder of the PlayArt movement—has just relisted his 1984 contemporary with a smaller price tag.

Open thread: If bike shares or electric scooters came to the Hamptons, would you use them?