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What $1M buys you in Springs

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Anther installment of Curbed Comparisons

Douglas Elliman

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

Springs is one of the more affordable towns in the Hamptons. When a home was listed in Springs for over $10 million—a price that’s normal for East Hampton and Bridgehampton—it made headlines for being one of the priciest homes in town.

Today, we’re looking at what $1 million will get you in Springs.

132 Isle of Wight Road

This 2,200-square-foot home sits on 0.46 acres of land in the Lion Head Beach Community, with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Interior features include wood floors throughout, a master ensuite bedroom, and wood-burning fireplace. Outside, there’s a deck, heated pool, and two-car garage.

The asking price is $985,000.

32 Talmage Farm Lane

Built in 1991, this traditional farmhouse has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms in 3,400-square-feet of living space on just under one acre of land located in Springs Historical District. The home includes a finished lower level with wet bar, wood-burning fireplace, granite countertops, and vaulted ceilings in the dining room. Outside, there’s a deck, pool, stone patio, deck, and outdoor shower.

The asking price is $975,000.

6 Winterberry Lane

The least expensive house featured is asking $965,000. It has five bedrooms and four bathrooms in 3,000-square-feet. There’s also an office, den, and full basement. The home is on 0.79 acres of land on a cul-de-sac property. Outside, there’s a four-car garage, deck, porch, and room for pool.


Which Springs home would you purchase for $1M?

This poll is closed

  • 47%
    132 Isle of Wight Road
    (62 votes)
  • 28%
    32 Talmage Farm Lane
    (37 votes)
  • 23%
    6 Winterberry Lane
    (31 votes)
130 votes total Vote Now