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Time for Columbus Day sales on Hamptons high-end properties

Millions shaved off the asks

Yes! Not only can you pick up a sale priced mattress for Columbus Day, you can pick up a sale-priced multimillion dollar home to put it in.

First up is this super-cool modern oceanfront home in Water Mill. It originally hit the market in February of 2015 asking a similarly cool $30M. The price has been lowered ever since, and was just now chopped down to $22M. So what do you get for that? Amazing ocean and bay views on 1.5 acres of prime oceanfront. An architect-designed house that features "floor to ceiling monolithic glass walls that hydraulically disappear into the floors." There is both a main house with four bedrooms and four baths and a pool house, which is a smaller version of the main house. Gorgeous.

Next is this Southampton property, which is close to the ocean and borders reserve. It entered the market in February asking $19M. Now the 1.84-acre property is a mere $15.75M, which seems like a good value to us. The property does offer the all-important deeded ocean access with a private path to the beach, and in addition to the reserve to the south, there's farmland on the east, so there should be quiet and privacy. Of course there's a gunite pool and a pool house with kitchenette, seating area and bath. The house is a 6000sf Shingle Style by Francis Fleetwood. It offers six bedrooms, including a master with sitting room and his and hers baths, and 7.5 baths.

Heading over to Amagansett, there is this clean-lined modern new build by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects. The only issue to us was the price, which was $14.8M back in March 2015. Ever since then, the price has been cut: it’s now $11.43M. For that, you get a house with huge windows, an industrial style staircase, and an open limestone fireplace between the dining room and living room, along with five bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Outside, there's a private walkway to the beach, an oceanview roofdeck, and a 20 x 40 saltwater pool.

Also in Amagansett is this Further Lane home, which has just been reduced a half-million dollars from $9.25M to $8.75M. The problem there is that the owner bought at the very top of the market in 2007 for $9.5M, which is making for a loss now. Ouch.

The property looks kind of fun: the house sports a children's wing with its own play area, a finished basement that has a screening room, gym and spa bath with steam room. The two-acre grounds offer room for tennis, specimen trees, extensive gardens, a pool house with three bathrooms, and a free-form gunite pool with a waterfall that cascades past a children's pool and a pair of hot tubs.