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What $600K buys you on the East End right now

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Let’s see what this budget gets you across the East End

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons.

Today’s price: $600,000 across the East End.

17 Old Squiretown Road, Hampton Bays: $589K

17 Old Squiretown Road photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

The most expensive house at the top of our $600,000 budget in this week’s Curbed Comparisons is a shingled bungalow in Hampton Bays standing 1,300 square feet in size. Inside, there are three bedrooms, one bathroom, a wide open floorplan, cathedral ceilings, oak hardwood floors, and sliders that lead out to a back deck outside. The home is sited on 0.34 acres of land.

69 South Phillips Avenue, Remsenburg: $575K

69 S Phillips Avenue photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Another bungalow, this Remsenburg home is a bit west of the Hamptons, but we thought it was cute enough to include on our list. Standing 782 square feet, the home itself is quite tight, but it’s on 0.68 acres of land, which means there’s plenty of room to expand. The 1950 house has two bedrooms and one bathroom, a front porch, and room for a pool.

5 Columbine Avenue South, Hampton Bays: $569K

5 Columbine Avenue S photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Unfortunately, there are no interior photos available of this Hampton Bays home. Sited on a half acre of land, the house is 1,300 square feet, has three bedrooms, one bathroom, an open floorplan, new kitchen, and is located in a cul-de-sac.

7 Borden Place, East Hampton: 549K

7 Borden Place photos courtesy of Saunders

This East Hampton Springs home from 1985 is easternmost property on this week’s list. The compact 1,100-square-foot home stands on 0.55 acres of land and has three bedrooms and one bathroom inside, plus an open floorplan, a brick fireplace, and a rear deck off the master bedroom.

239 5th Avenue, Greenport: $475K

239 5th Avenue photos courtesy of Corcoran

This quaint fixer-upper is the only North Fork home that we’re featuring, and it’s the least expensive, asking $475,000. The three-bedroom, one-bath house has a front porch, gas stove in the living room, and close proximity to village shops and restaurants on 0.12 acres of land.

Poll

Which East End home would you want to purchase for under $600K

This poll is closed

  • 20%
    17 Old Squiretown Road, Hampton Bays
    (8 votes)
  • 7%
    69 S Phillips Avenue, Remsenburg
    (3 votes)
  • 5%
    5 Columbine Avenue S, Hampton Bays
    (2 votes)
  • 47%
    7 Borden Place, East Hampton
    (19 votes)
  • 20%
    239 5th Avenue, Greenport
    (8 votes)
40 votes total Vote Now

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