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What $1M buys you in East Hampton

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Another installment of Curbed Comparisons

Sotheby’s

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy for a certain price in the Hamptons. This time around, we’re tackling East Hampton.

There are currently over 800 properties listed in East Hampton, according to Hamptons Real Estate Online. For some perspective, Southampton has 655 on the market, while there are just 232 for sale in Bridgehampton.

Today’s price: $1 million.


19 Prospect Boulevard

The listing for this property says the home is located on “East Hampton village fringe,” which, looking at a map, is just a bit northwest of the village. Built in 2004, this home has 2,400-square-feet of living space on a half-acre of land, with four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.

The living area has a fireplace and a vaulted skylit ceiling, while outside there’s a deck, pool, and bluestone patio. The downside? The basement isn’t finished. The total asking price is $999,000.


9 Chatfields Lane

For a cottage, the size of this house isn’t too bad at 3,000-square-feet. With three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, it would be well suited as a summer home. The property features a heated pool, patio, and fish pond—all on one acre of land.

The home utilizes an open floor plan in the living and dining spaces, with wood beamed ceilings that add to the cozy cottage feeling the space provides. However, the second floor of the house is incomplete, and it looks like the home could use some updates. The asking price is $995,000.


32 Talmage Farm Lane

We’re cheating a little bit, here—this four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath house is technically located in Springs. The home has 3,400-square-feet of living space on an acre of land. Features include a wood-burning fireplace in the living room and granite countertops in the eat-in kitchen. Another bonus here is that the lower level was recently finished.

Outside, there’s a large deck, in-ground pool, and outdoor shower. The asking price is $975,000.


168 Two Holes of Water Road

Not only is this house the largest at 4,073-square-feet, but it’s also the least expensive with an asking price of $949,000. The home sits on 0.68 acres of land, with five bedrooms and four full bathrooms. Although it was built in 1995, it looks like the home has been updated and maintained with care.

The home boasts a new kitchen with marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a wood-burning pizza oven. Unfortunately, it’s not very close to the village or the beach. Rather, it’s just about equidistant from Sag Harbor and East Hampton villages.


Poll

Where would you want to live for $1M in East Hampton?

This poll is closed

  • 6%
    19 Prospect Boulevard
    (9 votes)
  • 6%
    9 Chatfields Lane
    (9 votes)
  • 25%
    32 Talmage Farm Lane
    (33 votes)
  • 61%
    168 Two Holes of Water Road
    (81 votes)
132 votes total Vote Now