This house is located on the site of one of the original dairy farms on the East End. 230 years ago the McAlpin family owned the land. In 1981 a developer bought the 85 acre farm (and an additional 50 acres) and created an early housing development of 59 single family houses and some luxury co-ops surrounded by open space. He called it Dune Alpin Farm.
This was the first house built in the development and it is now on the market for the first time. For $1.95M, you get four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms in 3200sf on .78 of an acre. The interior is somewhat dated and 80s, but outside are miles of bridle paths, 50 acres of preserved meadow and polo ponies. (Who doesn't like polo ponies?) The La Pampa Polo Club practices on the west meadow and residents can watch. When you get tired of horses, Main Beach is less than a mile away and as a resident you get a deeded beach sticker.
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