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Woodsy upside-down house in East Hampton finds a buyer

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The interiors look like they’re mostly in good shape, but some updates are needed

Photos courtesy of Compass

The ’70s contemporary at 215 Bull Path in East Hampton has found a buyer and is currently pending a sale. The cozy, woodsy house came on the market for $995,000 back in May, but cuts its price down to $895,000 in September.

Sited on over an acre of land, the compact 1,200-square-foot house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and is designed in an upside-down floorplan with the the communal living and dining rooms on the second floor and the bedrooms on the first level. In the living room, floor-to-ceiling windows bring views of the surrounding landscape indoors.

Features include a brick fireplace, hardwood floors throughout, wood paneled walls and ceilings, and sliding glass doors that lead outside to a wraparound deck. Even though we love the woodsy interiors of this house, wood paneling can often make interiors feel dark.

The kitchen is also quite small and needs to be gutted—but if the wall that separates the kitchen from the living room isn’t load-bearing, the new owner might consider tearing it down to create an open floorplan and maximize the square footage available.

A pool can be found outside.

Located north of the highway, the house is about two and a half miles from East Hampton village shops and restaurants, and 4 miles from the ocean at Main Beach. Compass real estate agents Bryan Midlam and Mata McAskill represent the listing.

Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass

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