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What you can buy in the Hamptons for $5M

Properties in Sagaponack, Noyack, and Montauk

Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what you can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in various Hamptons towns. Is one person's studio another person's palace? Let's find out! Today's price: about $5M.

↑ This to-be-built modern is on Paynes Creek in Noyack on 0.61 of an acre. There’s (or will be) a roof deck with seating, new dock, and a saline negative-edge pool and spa with extensive decking looking over the water. The modern home boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms, with all the latest home automation in 2500 square feet.

↑ Great views from this house on Culloden Point in Montauk. There’s a generous 1.7 acres of land, which includes a freeform gunite pool; the house is 4000 square feet with five bedrooms and four baths. The house could stand some updating, including replacing those inappropriate fireplace surrounds, but is basically fine as is.

↑ This romantic, small (2400 square foot house) is on 1.5 acres in Sagaponack. It does boast frontage on the pond and a pretty enough view. There are three bedrooms and two baths; the house is probably a teardown although it wouldn’t be anywhere else. There’s a pretty dining pergola as well.

↑ The new-builds at Three Sisters Lane in Amagansett have been sitting on the market for a good while. Just too expensive, we guess, for right-off-the-highway. Everything else about is seems good: simple modern design, spacious (6700 square feet), green credentials, pretty pool with cute pool house.

↑ A deepwater dock is the winning feature at this East Hampton Northwest home. But it’s not just a home for your boat: the 4800 square foot home is built to make the most of the lovely views. There are six bedrooms and six baths, an office and a cute playroom. The house could use some updates; there’s 0.85 of an acre of land which includes a waterside pool.