Remember the famous Double Diamond house in Westhampton? A home with non-traditional architecture can be a fascinating escape.
Check out these Hamptons homes—all built in interesting shapes and available for sale.
17A Hampton Harbor Road, Hampton Bays
This 1,700-square-foot triangle-shaped house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The living space offers a fireplace and high ceilings (it’s shaped like a triangle, after all). Outside, the home is surrounded by decking.
The 0.34-acre property has views of, and private deeded beach rights to, Shinnecock Bay. The home was built in 1991 and was last sold in 2013 for $560,000. The current asking price is $899,000.
69 Oyster Shores Road, East Hampton
This 3,000-square-foot home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms sits on 0.48 acres of land in the northern area of East Hampton, between Springs and Cedar Point County Park. Built to LEED standards, the home was finished in 2016 and features floor-to-ceiling windows, natural walnut flooring, and a fireplace.
Outside, there’s a deck off the second level, heated gunite pool, and bluestone patio. The property was last sold in 2011 for $580,000. The home that currently stands was put up for sale in June of 2016 for $3,295,000 and is currently asking $2,995,000 after a year on the market.
321 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach
Built in 1997, this 4,000-square-foot oceanfront home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms with a fireplace in the living space. The master suite also has a fireplace. Outside, a deck wraps around the house, while below there’s a heated gunite pool and two-car garage.
The property was last sold in 2009 for $4 million. In September of 2016, the home went on the market for $8.95 million, but got a price cut last week down to $7,999,000.