Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons.
Today, we’re going to set our Curbed Comparisons limit to $2 million in the Sag Harbor neighborhood of North Haven. North Haven sits, appropriately, just north of Sag Harbor and has access to the Shelter Island Ferry.
41 Coves End Lane: $1,400,000
Built in 1985, the most expensive listing that we’re featuring today is a 1,768-square-foot home with five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The split-level style home has smart home technology, an open floor plan to maximize the square footage, and indoor and outdoor audio.
Outside, there’s a pool, spa, outdoor shower, sundeck off the second story, retractable power awning, and mature landscaping.
The home could benefit from some redesign as it doesn’t look like it’s been updated recently. It went up for sale in March of this year for $1.82 million, but has received a few price cuts since—most recently in September, putting it at $1.4 million. It last sold in 1998 for $289,500.
22 Coves End Lane: $1,395,000
Just down the street from our first featured home is the largest home that we’re including—this contemporary home has 1,950 square feet of living space on a 0.75-acre lot. Built in 1996, there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a fireplace in the living room, new appliances in the kitchen, and sliding glass doors that lead to the exterior.
Outside, one will find a deck, fenced-in pool, and an attached two-car garage.
The home has been available to rent for several years, and was put on the market in September for $1.45 million. It got a price cut just last month, putting it at its current asking price. In 1999, it sold for $350,000.
110 Ferry Road: $1,249,000
The least expensive home that we’re showing you is also the oldest—built in 1890, the century-old home has 1,500 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Recently renovated, this farmhouse features wide plank pine floors, classic moldings, and a walk-in closet in the master suite.
The property is hedge-lined for privacy and there’s room for a pool on 0.38 acres of land. Outside, there’s a dining or lounging deck and a fresh coat of paint on the exterior of the home.
Which North Haven home would you want for under $2M?
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41 Coves End Lane
22 Coves End Lane
110 Ferry Road