Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent in the Hamptons for a certain price.
Though East Hampton is one of the more expensive areas of the East End, we’re taking on a challenge: a $3 million budget in the village. And coincidentally, they all have the address number 19.
19 Barns Lane: $2,795,000
This East Hampton traditional was built in 2016 and features five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms in 3,600 square feet of living space. Inside, there’s an entrance foyer, high ceilings, masonry fireplace, a second-level master suite, and a finished lower level that could be used as a home theater.
Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool, outdoor shower, and entertainment deck.
19 The Circle: $2,595,000
On a quarter-acre of land that’s situated south of the highway, this 2,500-square-foot home has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Each bedroom is ensuite, with the master bedroom sitting on the ground floor. There’s a fireplace, eat-in kitchen, attached two-car garage, and full basement in this home, but unfortunately there isn’t a pool.
Back in 1999, the home sold for $850,000.
19 Huntting Avenue: $1,695,000
Our least expensive home featured is not only within the $3 million budget, but it’s actually almost half of that. This home is less than $2 million, and sold in 2007 for $1,185,000.
Built in 1890, this 1,640-square-foot home has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Inside, there are the original beamed ceilings, a gallery kitchen that overlooks the pool and gardens, and an office on the first floor. Outside, one will find a wisteria-covered gazebo, garden, pool, pool house, and outdoor shower.
Which East Hampton village home would you purchase for under $3M?
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19 Barns Lane
19 The Circle
19 Huntting Avenue