clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

What $2M buys you in Amagansett

Curbed Comparisons takes on Amagansett

Douglas Elliman

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy for a certain price in the Hamptons.

Recently, Curbed teamed up with NeighborhoodX and ranked the Hamptons by affordability. As it turns out, Amagansett is one of the more affordable towns on the East End, so today we’re looking at homes in the hamlet for sale.

Today’s price: $2 million.


92 Devon Road

On only 0.14 acres of land, this home is on the smallest lot featured. The home itself is 1,886-square-feet with four bedrooms and three full baths and sits south of the highway in the dunes. It’s not oceanfront, but the ocean is across the street. Features include two fireplaces, a full basement, and outdoor shower.

The home was built in 1964 and could use an update or two on the interior. Listed for sale in December for $2.2 million, the home has seen two small price cuts and is currently asking $1.93 million.


32 Laurel Hill Lane

With an asking price of $1,895,000, this is the least expensive home featured. And with 3,235-square-feet on 1.92 acres, it’s the largest house on the biggest lot. The home—built in 1996—has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and is located near a reserve. The interior features an open floor plan and fully finished lower level. Outside, there’s a pool and tennis court.

The home has been on and off the market since 2011 when it was listed for $2,195,000. The listing was removed in 2014 and then came back on the market earlier this year in February with an asking price of $1,995,000.


32 Leeton Road

Though this home was built in 1971, it looks to be the most recently updated. It has four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 2,600-square-feet, with a private guest suite and rooftop deck. The home is on a small lot of 0.17 acres in the Amagansett Dunes, sitting two blocks from the ocean. It’s not oceanfront, but it does have water views according to the listing.

The home was last sold in 2004 for $680,000. It was listed in June of 2016 with an asking price of $2.2 million before the listing was removed several months later. It then returned to the market in November and is currently asking $1,995,000.


2004 Montauk Highway, #511

Although this home is on the highway, it is oceanfront. Part of the Ocean Colony Beach and Tennis Club, the home was built in 1983 and features 1,300-square-feet of living space, sitting on a dune overlooking the ocean.

There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Outside, there’s a wraparound mahogany deck and outdoor shower. The asking price is $1.99 million.


The Dunes

201 Fort Pond Boulevard, East Hampton, NY 11937 Visit Website