Before we make with this week's coverage of all things Hamptons, let's take a look back at the week that was. As usual, Curbed readers weren't exactly shy when it came to voicing their opinions. Here's just a sampling of what they had to say.
"Anything over a million is ridiculous. Anything over 800k is even worse. THIS IS ON THE HIGHWAY. AKA bad re-sale value and not so desirable. Sorry for the brutal honesty."
"Amazing location & three + acres, seems priceless, so $19 m does not seem an excessive initial asking price. Forget the houses, they're almost irrelevant to the listing. I wouldn't be surprised to see it snapped up quickly."
"f you are going to virtually stage a room... don't put the four poster bed in front of the main window..."
"Im telling you folks - this place was 'taken over' by the clowns running Nammos, the Trata knock-off.. They are not serious operators, and I am willing to bet that they will not be open even after Labor Day..."
"Nice redesign, five star address, lovely mature landscaping, set back for privacy w sweeping views over rolling lawn to the promenade of pollarded Plane trees that makes the street unified, elegant. I think it's well-priced considering the neighborhood and overall pristine condition. A buy!"