Of the 30 homes on the historic Georgica Association Road, only 11 of them are waterfront. One of them—located at the 3 address—is now a step closer to being off the market after having gone into contract last week.
Built nearly 100 years ago in 1920, the historic home listed about a year ago in March of 2017 for $9.5 million, but the listing was removed shortly after. Then, just a month later, the home came back on the market for the same listing price before cutting down to $8.75 million. Since April, the property has been available for the same $8.75 million asking price under Corcoran Group Real Estate agents Michael Schultz and Susan Ryan.
Sited on nearly a full acre of land, the property has 200 feet of direct water frontage on Georgica Pond. Standing 2,700 square feet in size, there are four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, an artist’s studio, pond views, a wood-burning fireplace, a waterfront sun porch, and pond views from the second-level master suite.
As a part of the Georgica Association, residents will have access to four Har-Tru community tennis courts, a lifeguarded beach, beach cabana, and weekly sailboat races.
What do readers think the home will eventually sell for?
- Georgica Association home gets a cut in its price after 2 weeks on the market, now under $9M [Curbed Hamptons]
- 3 Georgica Association Road [Corcoran]