So the Hamptons real estate market reports for the first quarter of the year showed a decrease in sales compared to last year. But that doesn’t mean that no one is buying.
Let’s take a look at some of the best houses that sold in April on the East End.
177 Main Street, East Hampton
This East Hampton home, known as Congress Hall, has an interesting piece of history behind it. An original East Hampton village home that dates back to the 1680s was built upon and expanded to create a new home that now stands at about 5,500-square-feet on a half-acre. At one point it was the oldest home for sale in the Hamptons.
The five bedroom, five bath house went on the market in November of 2015 for $3,995,000, and was recently sold under the listing price of $3,600,000 under the listing agent Yorgos Tsibiridis of Douglas Elliman.
64 West End Road, East Hampton
This 5,500-square-foot East Hampton village home on a 2.7 acre lot went up for sale in December of 2014, listed at $19,500,000 through Corcoran. It was sold and closed last month under a $10,600,000 asking price through Douglas Elliman.
The home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and is located on Georgica Pond—which means both pond access and ocean access for the homeowner. It also has docking rights and a heated pool.
1320 Flying Point Road, Water Mill
Flying Point Road first saw this 4,628-square-foot home go up for sale in September of 2014 for the asking price of $15,900,000. Before 2014, the property hadn’t been on the market since 2003, at which point it was sold for a little over $2 million. It’s safe to say some renovations and updates had been done in those eleven years.
In 2016, the five bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home was listed again for a bit more, asking $17,985,000. The price had changed a bit, going down to the asking price that it had back in 2014. It sold last month under a $13,550,000 price tag.