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What $2M buys you in Hampton Bays

Another installment of Curbed Comparisons


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

Today’s price: $2 million.

26 Old Squires Road

Built in 2003, this post modern has seven bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms in 7,000-square-feet of living space. The home is on three acres of land that sit on the northern part of Hampton Bays, where Red Creek Road becomes Squiretown Road.

Interior features include an eat-in kitchen and finished lower level. Outside, there’s a heated pool and room for tennis. The property was last sold in 2000 for $130,000 and was most recently listed for sale in February with the asking price of $1,899,500.

15 Boathouse Road

This contemporary waterfront home sits on a half-acre of land on Shinnecock Bay. The home—built in 1985—is 2,900-square-feet in size with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The property comes with beach rights and is about one mile from the ocean at Ponquogue Beach.

In March, the home was listed for sale at $1,495,000 but went up in price last month to the current asking price of $1,550,000.

10 Barrett Drive

The least expensive home featured here is asking $1,699,000. It’s also the oldest home, built in 1976. The home has 2,903-square-feet of living space on 0.43 acres, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property is waterfront on the Peconic Bay and comes with 120-feet of bulkhead.

Interior features include an open floor plan, panoramic water views, and brick fireplace. The property was listed for sale in July of 2016 for $2.1 million, and has since come down in price.


Which Hampton Bays home would you live in for under $2M?

This poll is closed

  • 15%
    26 Old Squires Road
    (15 votes)
  • 33%
    15 Boathouse Road
    (33 votes)
  • 52%
    10 Barrett Drive
    (52 votes)
100 votes total Vote Now

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