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’50s Southampton village cottage gets an update, asks $1.65M

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The price tag has doubled since 2009

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Built in 1954, a cedar-shingled Cape-style home in Southampton village just went on the market for $1.65 million. At only 1,500-square-feet, the home has four bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

The home has doubled in price since its last sell in 2009 for $820,000 after a complete renovation and update in 2014. Updates from the renovation include all new windows, new hardwood floors, a cedar roof, a heated pool, and alarm system. Structurally, there’s new electric and lighting, irrigation, and a new septic system.

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After
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The home utilizes an open floor plan on the main level, with easy flow between the living and dining spaces. With only 1,500-square-feet of living space, the open floor plan makes the home seem much more open and spacious.

With four bedrooms, one could host a number of guests or family members. The master is located on the first floor.

The home is located on the corner of Armande Street and where Pelham Street turns into Moses Lane—which is just a 20-minute walk from Main Street.