Back in 2016, the compact 1,400-square-foot cottage at 33 Dayton Lane in north-of-the-highway East Hampton village sold for $1,425,000. Two years and a renovation later, the = home is back on the market for a higher $2.45 million.
Originally built back in 1973, the home received a total renovation and is—according to the listing—in like-new condition. The cozy house includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, an open floorplan, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, two master bedrooms, and an ensuite guest bedroom.
Unfortunately there isn’t a pool, and the 0.2-acre property is on the small side, so there isn’t a whole lot of space for expansion. But the property is conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from the East Hampton Library and a 10-minute walk from the movie theater on Main Street. It’s also just 1.5 miles from the ocean at Egypt Beach.
Douglas Elliman agents Bonny Aarons and Janette Goodstein represent the listing.
Considering the village proximity and renovations, what do our readers think of the home? Do you think the price reflects the value? Leave your thoughts in the comments.
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- 33 Dayton Lane [Douglas Elliman]