The East Hampton home that made headlines for having parts which date back all the way to 1680 is currently under contract through Sotheby’s International Realty.
The home was listed for $3,995,000 back in 2015, but according to its listing, the price has gone down to $3,895,000.
The previous owners purchased the home in 2012, taking the structure through a major renovation. The property actually consisted of three separate structures, including the main house which dates back to 1680, an addition from the 1880s, and another addition from the early 1900s. It now stands at 5,500-square-feet in total, on a half-acre lot.
The design was noted for maintaining the original framing and incorporating a modern touch into a very old home. They knocked out the additions from the 1900s and were able to give the master suite a double-height ceiling.
The five bedroom, five-and a-half bath home has some incredible exposed wood beams for the new homeowner to enjoy, as well as a gym, media room, heated gunite pool, an artist studio, and two-car garage.
- Part of $3.995M East Hampton home dates back to 1680 [Newsday]
- Expertly Designed Historic Home [Sotheby’s]