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Woodsy fixer-upper in north-of-the-highway Water Mill sells for $900K

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How do you think the new owners will renovate?

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

In July this past summer, a woodsy upside-down house in north-of-the-highway Water Mill came on the market for $950,000, and after just three months available for sale has sold. The property went into contract in September before closing earlier this week for $900,000.

The 2,500-square-foot home offers a wide open floorplan, hardwood floors throughout, a fireplace in the living room, four bedrooms, and three bathrooms. Outside, there’s a wraparound deck that spans the entire house as well as a a lower deck and a pool.

Other features include a master suite with a fireplace and bathroom and a finished lower level with a kitchenette and wet bar.

Sited on an acre of land, the Water Mill home is sited about 3 miles south of the Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge, and about 4 miles north of Water Mill shops.

According to the Zillow price history, the property last sold in 2004 for $660,000, and before that in 2002 for $327,000.

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