Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons.
Even though the North Fork technically isn’t the Hamptons, that doesn’t mean there isn’t real estate worth writing about. Today, Curbed Comparisons is taking a look at what a $1 million budget will get you in Greenport right now.
380 The Greenway: $975,000
Technically, this property is in East Marion, the town eastern adjacent to Greenport on the way to Orient Point. The most expensive house featured here was built in 1984 and has 1,700 square feet of living space, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The home has been renovated “inside and out” according to the listing, and now features an open floor plan, cathedral ceilings, a fireplace, wood floors, and marble tile. Located on a half-acre of land, the home is waterview and the property allows residents access to a community beach and tennis courts.
It last sold in 2014 for $625,000 and went on the market recently in October for the current asking price of $975,000.
2625 Bay Shore Road: $950,000
While this 1962 cottage definitely needs some updates and renovations, it’s the only waterfront home featured. Located on a quarter-acre of land with 70 feet of direct water frontage on Pipes Cove, this home has 1,440 square feet of space, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
The home last sold in 1997 for $200,000 and has been available to rent since 2015. It was listed for sale in September of this year for the current $950,000 asking price.
326 6th Street $935,000
The largest house featured stands 2,400 square feet with four bedrooms and six full bathrooms in total. The 1920 multi-family home has been renovated since the current owners purchased it in 2015 for $675,000.
There are apartments on the first and second floor, each with open floor plans, two bedrooms, and three bathrooms. The listing suggests using it as a rental property or restoring the home to a single-family dwelling.
Located off Front Street, the home is a quick 15-minute walk to village shops.
147 Bay Avenue: $825,000
Built in 1900, this is the oldest house featured. The adorable home has 1,700 square feet, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms. There’s an open floor plan in the living and dining spaces, second-floor master suite, and a new pergola-covered deck in the backyard.
The home last sold in 2005 for $440,000 and has been listed for sale on and off since 2011, at which time it was asking $649,000. Most recently, it came back on the market in February of this year for $835,000 and cut its asking price to $825,000 in August.