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 vintage beauty, south of the highway in Wainscott, has been beautifully updated without destroying its antique charm, including gingerbread outside and stained glass windows. There are three bedrooms in 2400 square feet On 0.61 of an acre, the property also sports a pool and old barn with artist studio and bath and kitchenette.
↑ This 1970s East Hampton classic by architect Alfredo de Vido looks to be completely original. Perhaps some updates for modern living (new flooring, white paint, new kitchens and baths) is in order. There's 2500 square feet of space with five bedrooms, set on one acre south of the highway with a pool.
↑ A 1920 stucco house on Captain's Row in Sag Harbor is spacious at 3000 square feet and newly renovated. With a great location in the historic district, the property offers five bedrooms, four baths, a heated gunite pool, a very cute pool cabana and a detached two-car garage.
↑ A sweet older house in Sagaponack has only three bedrooms and two baths, but plenty of character and large windows. On 1.5 acres, there's a vine-covered pergola and your own dock on Sagg Pond for kayaking and paddle boarding. There isn't a pool but there's room for one if desired.
↑ Tuckahoe is the setting for a six-bedroom new build. There's 1.2 acres of land abutting reserve, with farm fields views from every room. With 4700 square feet, there's room for everything and everyone, including a junior master on the first floor and a finished lower level with room for a gym or media room.