It's time to make up a bunch of awards and hand them out to the most deserving people, places and things in the worlds of Hamptons real estate, architecture, and dining. That's right, it's time for the Fifth Annual Curbed Awards! Today's topic: 2015's Biggest Discounts.
249 Further Lane, East Hampton
Initial Asking Price: $44,900,000
Sold For: $29,000,000
Back in 2012, we posited that given that nothing about this behemoth stood out, and it wasn't waterfront, the price would have to drop. And did it ever.
328 Cobb Road, Water Mill
Initial Asking Price: $38,500,000
Sold For: $27,000,000
This beautiful estate, on the market for a little over a year, with five acres on the bay, sold just this autumn at a very steep discount.
493 Rose Hill Road, Water Mill
Initial Asking Price: $39,995,000
Sold For: $29,500,000
Rose Hill Point spent nearly three years on the market. It included a 15,000sf house, 2.3 acres of waterfront land, and its own cute little island.
1820 Meadow Lane, Southampton
Initial Asking Price: $32,000,000
Sold For: $25,000,000
This cool oceanfront mansion by Myron Goldfinger sold fairly quickly; it's available for rent this summer for $500K a month.
233 Surfside Drive, Bridgehampton
Initial Asking Price: $22,500,000
Sold For: $17,800,000
A severely dated oceanfront 80s contemporary sold quietly this year at a big discount. There are 1.52 acres of land, along with a pool.