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Curbed Cup 1st Round: Bridgehampton (6) vs. Wainscott (11)

Clash of the Titans

Via Trulia

Bridgehampton is always a force to reckon with in the Cup, yet has never won. This year’s Bridge news included a $40M sale near Sagg Pond, the opening of the new bar and restaurant Zigmund’s in what had been Fresh, and Christie Brinkley putting her lovely Tower Hill estate back on the market for $30M. The Gateway development proposal, after fierce opposition, was canned. And next year will see the premiere of the documentary Killer Bees about the local champion basketball team. Can Bridge unite everyone for a Cup win this year?

Via Sotheby’s

Quiet Wainscott gets some love from Curbed readers. "Wainscott! rural character, classic main street, and quiet (except for the airport :)" Residents are excited over the new bowling alley and mini-golf development, though not so much about the plans to turn the Star Room property into a car wash, which led to a one-year moratorium on development. Burnt Point, the 24-acre Georgica Pond estate of pharmaceuticals billionaire Stewart Rahr, had $20M cut off its price, down to $75M. Is this Wainscott’s year for a Cup?