Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent in the Hamptons for a certain price. Today, we’re looking at what $5 million will get you in Water Mill. The funny part? Three of the houses are on Little Noyac Path.
672 Little Noyac Path: $4,895,000
In 7,000 square feet of living space, there are seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and one half bathroom in this newly built home on 1.33 acres of land. Interior features include a double-height foyer, 10-foot ceilings, glass doors that lead out to the patio, and a master suite with a private terrace, two walk-in closets, and a bathroom with marble flooring and a soaking tub. Outside, there are bluestone patios, covered areas, a heated gunite pool, and spa.
The home came on the market in May for $4.25 million, but raised its asking price back in August.
196 & 198 Little Noyac Path: $4,750,000
At just 2,840 square feet, this is the smallest house featured. There are five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and one half bathroom in the living space on four acres of land. Built in 1970, the home features over sized windows and doors, an updated kitchen, glass doors that lead out to the gardens, black stone floors, a tennis court, pool, and pool house.
295 Little Noyac Path: $4,695,000
The largest house we’re featuring is a whopping 13,000 square feet in size with seven bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms on five acres of land. Built in 2006, there’s a dramatic entry foyer, a ground and second level master suite, wet bar, double-height family room, screened-in porch, three-car garage, and a finished lower level with a gym, spa room, steam room, and full bathroom.
Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool, spa, outdoor fireplace, pool house, and tennis court. The home has been available to rent on and off since 2016.
41 Wild Goose Lane: $4,495,000
On almost two acres of land, this 4,300-square-foot home has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and one half bathroom. Outside, there’s a pond with waterfalls and a bridge, mature landscaping, and specimen trees on the property. There’s also a vanishing edge pool, double-height living room, and a large deck.
The home has been listed for rent in the past, and went up for sale in 2016 for $4.95 million. The price has since come down.
Which Water Mill home would you purchase for $5M?
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The new construction on Little Noyac Path
The ‘70s modern
The 13,000-square-foot estate
The home with the picturesque pond and bridge