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 $2M.
↑ This handsome traditional is located centrally in East Hampton, meaning you can walk to the train, jitney, shops, restaurants, and movies. Asking $1.995M, there are three bedrooms and three baths in 1800 square feet, on a half acre. Out back is a handsome gunite pool, spa, and patio.
↑ In North Sea, this architect designed three-bedroom is close to the bay. Asking $1.995M, there is 1.4 acres of land with very pretty landscaping and a pool. There’s also a pool house with wood-burning stove, cathedral ceiling, kitchenette, full bath, full basement and outdoor shower. There’s also a two-car garage with powder room and room for tennis.
↑ On Osprey Road in Napeague, this newly renovated beach house sports ocean views from its roof deck. The 1500 square foot house is in a clean modern style inside and out. There’s 0.17 acre of land just about a block from the beach, along with garage space for your surfboard. Asking price is $1.895M.
↑ Available for $1.95M, this Bridgehampton property is on a cul-de-sac off Lumber Lane, bordering reserve with community tennis. There’s four bedrooms in 2400 square feet; the new kitchen even features two wine coolers. Out back there’s a covered patio, pergola and gunite pool.
↑ On a generous 4.3 acres in East Hampton’s northwest, this property’s asking price is $1.995M. Wisteria covered arbors lead down to a hedge enclosure for the pool, pation, and a cute pool house. The house itself is 3600 square feet, with four bedrooms and three baths, and airy, high-ceilinged rooms.