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Samuel Osborn Hedges house on the market in Bridgehampton, down in price

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The property is one of the last opportunities to own a large tract of land in Bridgehampton Village

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The Samuel Osborn Hedges house is for sale in Bridgehampton, asking $6,595,000.

At 2.6 acres in size, this home is one of the last opportunities for those looking to own a large tract of land in Bridgehampton Village. From the front door, homeowners will be able to see straight to the Beebe windmill.

The home is actually down in price from last year, at which time it was for sale at $9.875 million, according to Newsday.

The 5,400-square-foot home was built in a Queen Anne style with seven bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The home includes both an eat-in kitchen and a formal dining room, and a study. The home was designed with dark hardwood floors and white walls throughout to maintain a neutral palette that can be easily decorated to the homeowner’s liking.

The home was built around 1900 and has maintained many of the same elements, such as the windows and doors, flooring, and front and rear staircases.

There is also a two bedroom cottage on the property.

Between the land being one of the final opportunities to own a large piece of land in the Village, the history of the home, and the condition that the home has been maintained in, the price point on this listing isn’t far reaching.