Last time we checked in with this property, it was a frosty January day and the ask was $6.495M, down from $7.3M. Now it's a mellow September day and the price is $5.9M. Everyone likes this house (except for the copious blue paint), so it's clear it's just the price holding it back. Commenters said, "Finally--a "Nantucket style" in the Hamptons that's actually Nantucket style! Great except it's on a corner lot. Agree about the price." "A little too much blue, but that is changed very easily, a very beautiful house and also individual. love it." "LOVE the staircase. HATE the blue, who on earth knows the thought process that went on there? Agree about the price, too." Owners: white paint is cheap. Chop the price a bit more, get out those dropcloths, and you'll have a sale.
Other than the blue, who wouldn't love this elegant, yet modest traditional home: the white picket fence and brick paths outside, the beamed ceilings, what looks like antique barnwood paneling in a library, pretty kitchen and bathrooms. The Chinese Chippendale-style staircase is an interesting choice, too. In all, there are five bedrooms, four baths in 3500sf. Outside, there is 0.93 acre with decking and a pool, not pictured. Location is good—the listing says "Just 2000 feet from the ocean."
· Nantucket-Style Traditional [Sotheby's]
· 'Nantucket Style' in Bridgehampton for $7.3M [CH]
· 'Nantucket Style' in Bridgehampton Hits the Pricechopper [CH]