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East Hampton home from 1880 comes on the market for $1.3M

It just came back on the market after eight years

All photos, Halstead Property

A 1880 vintage East Hampton cottage at 39 Cooper Lane just came on the market for $1,299,000 under listing agent William Kuneth of Halstead Property. However, this isn’t the first time the home has been on the market in recent history.

The home last sold in 2006 for $1.05 million, and was put back up for sale in 2008 for $1,275,000. The price came down a few times after that, at one time hitting an asking price of $999,000. Then, in 2009 the listing was removed.

Eight years later, the home is back up for sale. The current asking price comes out to $866 per square foot.

The two-bedroom, two-bath house has just 1,500-square-feet of living space. The kitchen—while cute and charming, especially located right next to the breezeway—has no counter space other than a singular center island.

Features include French doors leading out to the back lawn, original details from the 19th century construction, and pine floors.