Curbed Comparisons explores what one can buy in the Hamptons for a certain price. Today, we’re looking at what a $3 million budget will get you in Bridgehampton.
2221 Scuttlehole Road
This 1988 home has six bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms in 3,788-square-feet on one acre of land. The driveway is 300-feet long, bringing one up to the property, which features a heated pool and tennis court. Inside, there is an open floor plan in the living and dining spaces, wood-burning fireplace, mahogany deck, balcony off the master suite, and finished lower level.
The home was listed for sale earlier this year in March for $2,895,000.
71 Williams Way
With just 2,500-square-feet on 0.57 acres of land, this home is smaller than the previous—and more expensive, with an asking price of $2,995,000. The home was built in 1968 and has four bedrooms (all en suite) and five full baths, sits south of the highway, and has been recently renovated.
Features include a wood-burning fireplace, a heated pool, and a pool house with two bathrooms. The home most recently came on the market in January of this year, but has been on and off the market since 2015.
144 Hildreth Lane
At $2.95 million, this home has 3,500-square-feet of living space on 0.32 acres of land—making it the smallest lot offered here, but only a tad smaller than the Scuttlehole Road home. There are five bedrooms and five full bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, chef’s kitchen, and pool house with cathedral ceilings. Outside, there’s a gunite pool and mature landscaping.
The home was built in 2002 and was listed for sale in 2015 for $3.45 million. The price has come down in the two years it’s been on the market.