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Main Street Living in East Hampton Now Costs $3.995M

For East Hampton enthusiasts, a new property on Main Street has hit the market for $3.995 million. The circa 1872 house, which sits only a short ways away from the center of town, is also located right next door to The Baker House and shares a long, gravel driveway with the inn. (A few years back, The Baker House acquired another neighboring property, and converted it into an annex. Who's to say the new listing won't receive the same treatment?) According to the listing, the Victorian-style country house boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and .93 acres of land—a sizable plot for something so close to the trenches. Nearby listings include 127 Main Street, the $29 million showplace with a lot more acreage and a lot less of a walk to town. So that's sort of an apples to oranges comparison.
· Listing: Prime Location [Corcoran]