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East Hampton fixer-upper from 1974 asks $949K

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The cottage is just 1,000-square-feet

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Here at Curbed, we love a good fixer-upper. The home at 18 Miller Lane Terrace in East Hampton is only 1,000-square-feet in size, but has big potential to become a clean, spruced-up Hamptons cottage.

The home was built in 1974, and by the looks of it, no major renovations have been done since then. It looks like it’s been maintained well, but the aesthetics are just outdated. The floors look to be in good condition, but the kitchen is going to need a full gut.

After some new windows and trim are done in the bedrooms, the space will open up and feel much newer.

The home is a single-level shingle style traditional home with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms on 0.25 acres of land. Outside, there’s a pool and brick patio. While the property is close to Main Street, it’s about a 10-minute drive from Main Beach.

The home was previously listed for rent at $24,000 per month, but the rental listing was removed when the home went up for sale in May.

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