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A quintet of new owners find property in their stockings this season

Stuff that sold

Via Sotheby’s

In Montauk, Amagansett, and East Hampton, several properties we’ve featured here on Curbed in the past few months have found owners.

Via Saunders

First up, this stylishly decorated home in the Surfside part of Montauk. It hit the market in September asking $3.295M and is in contract at that price. The interiors are light, airy, and spacious. The upper floor contains the main living spaces, including huge sliders to the deck with water views, the kitchen and a den, as well as the master suite, which includes a balcony with outdoor shower, and laundry. There’s just under an acre of land, so room for a pool if wanted.

Via Corcoran

Also in Montauk is this oceanview contemporary in Hither Hills. Asking a reasonable $2M, the property is in contract after just a couple months. The property is 0.55 of an acre, and the 2500 square feet house boasts five bedrooms and three baths. All the interiors need updating, but once it’s finished, the buyer can relax and enjoy that view.

Via Sotheby’s

We quite liked the white painted exterior of this Amagansett Bates Masi. At the end of September, the price was cut to $3.35M, which did the trick and resulted in a sale. There are five bedrooms and 5.5 baths on three levels of living space, with a total of 4200 square feet. The plot size is a not-huge 0.44 of acre which we thought might hold buyers back, but what do we know? Congrats to the new owners.

This beauty, the David Huntting House, was built around 1800 and lived in by generations of Hunttings. The dormer windows and a porch were added in 1923. In not-great condition, the house is in contract after three months on the market asking $3.5M. Right on Main Street, the house retains much period charm. There is original painted paneling, random width flooring, and original beams. The house is a good size, at nearly 5000 square feet, with seven bedrooms and 5.5 baths, along with a legal one-bedroom apartment over the garage. And the plot is a generous 0.93 of an acre. Please don’t ruin the house with inappropriate renovations, new owner. Once these period features are gone, they’re gone forever.

This fresh-as-a-daisy contemporary on Bull Path in the Northwest Woods is by Bruce Nagel. It’s very attractive with 2700 square feet of space; "the master suite includes a private library with fireplace, and flows through a wall of glass to a sumptuous private deck." There are just over three acres of land. With the price at $1.795M just as attractive as the house, it’s no surprise this beauty found a new owner pronto.