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Fix up this shingled Southampton village home for $1.8M

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What do you think of the asking price?

Photos courtesy of Daniel Gale

A fixer-upper in Southampton village has just come on the market for $1,799,000 under Daniel Gale Sotheby’s agent, Mary Terry.

Built in 1997, the 2,436-square-foot home sits on a 0.29-acre lot and has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. Unfortunately, there are no photos of the interior, so we’re guessing it probably needs quite a bit of work inside—but we like the shingled exterior and the front porch.

The traditional style home is sited on a corner lot and has a two-car garage and room for a pool on the property.

We’re mostly interested to see what our readers think of the price of the home. Of course, it’s possible that the home also gets torn down, in which case someone might only be interested in the village property’s land value, which offers proximity Main Street and is about 2 miles north of the ocean at Cryder Beach.

Zillow estimates that the home is actually worth about $2.3 million, but the estimate may not be taking into consideration the work that needs to be put into the home, which could be why it’s higher than the asking price.

What do our readers think? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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Main Street

Main Street, Queens, NY

Cryder Beach

98 Cryder Lane, , NY 11968