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Right on Schedule, 'Generic' House Replaces Vintage Cottage

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Like many older houses before it, a little cottage on Halsey Lane is officially just somebody that we used to know. Last year, preservationist Sally Spanburgh warned that a developer would replace the little house with "something larger and generic and void of the historic character." And now, voilá!

The new spec house is looking for $3.495—quite a bit more than the $925K the half-acre spread sold for last year. But the property now has quite a bit more to offer, including 3,000 square feet of living space, a sparkling new pool, and an amenity-filled lower level. Energy efficient heating and cooling systems and a ton of french doors round off the property. In a town where decked out new construction rules, maybe being generic isn't half bad.

· Listing: Water Mill South New Construction [Saunders]
· In Water Mill, A South-Of-The-Highway Traditional For $3.65M [Curbed Hamptons]