While some listings are able to find a buyer with relative ease, not every home is able to avoid an extended stay on the market or the pricechopper's blade. It took almost three years and cutting more than $2M from the initial $5.75M ask to find a buyer for this Bridgehampton four-bedroom. Still, unless the current owner shelled out a sizable chunk of change for improvements, they stand to come away with at least something for all their trouble. They shelled out an even $3M for the place back in 2005.
Now, the important question: Do you think the soon-to-be new owner opted to shell out a little extra for the custom furniture (it was available for purchase) or will they be starting fresh once they move in?
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