What do you think this East Hampton smart home is asking?
This poll is closed
Between $2M and $4M
Between $4M and $6M
Earlier this week, Curbed asked readers to guess the asking price of a newly-built East Hampton smart home situated north of the highway, outside the village. Located at 24 Edwards Hole Road, the home is listed for $3.49 million under Douglas Elliman agents James Keogh, Richard Doyle, and Justin Agnello.
Most of our readers (about 39 percent) guessed that it was between $4 million and $6 million, but not far behind that, 37 percent of our readers thought it was in the correct category of between $2 million and $4 million. Only 11 people voted that it was over $6 million, and just two readers thought it was under $2 million.
This actually isn’t the first time that the home has been on the market—last May, it was listed for $3,995,000 and eventually came down to $3,699,000, but the listing was removed in November.
Standing 4,900 square feet in size, there are five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms on nearly five acres of land. The smart home features a WiFi-enabled security system, garage door, and exterior and interior lighting. Inside, there are 20-foot ceilings in the foyer, a floating staircase, and a zero-maintenance live organic wall that’s been imported from France.
Outside, one will find an infinity edge pool and spa.
- How much for an East Hampton smart home with a live organic wall? [Curbed Hamptons]
- 24 Edwards Hold Road [Douglas Elliman]