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In Springs, a bayfront fixer-upper from 1982 sells for $2.1M

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The fixer-upper has sold after just a few months on the market

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

Built in 1982, the waterfront contemporary style house at 263 Kings Point Road in the Springs neighborhood of East Hampton has found a buyer and sold.

According to the Zillow price history, it came on the market for $2.9 million earlier this year in June before cutting its price down to $2.35 million a month later. In August, the house went into contract, and earlier this week the deal closed.

The listing was represented by Sotheby’s agent, Kathy Konzet. The Sotheby’s listing still shows the most recent $2.35 million asking price, but according to Out East, it has sold for $2.1 million.

In 2,600 square feet of living space, the upside-down house offers three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, as well as water views, a waterside deck, a screened-in porch, an open floorplan, hardwood floors, and a brick fireplace in the living room.

On 0.78 acres of land, the property features an attached two-car garage, a heated pool, bocce court, and bulkheading on Gardiner’s Bay. Residents will also have access to a nearby private beach and marina.

How do you think the new owners will renovate the home?

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